A two-day college tennis showcase offered at Rice University, home of the Owls.
Players will have the opportunity to play in front of guest college coaches coming from NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA institutions from across the USA.
Your participation in the USP College Tennis Summer Showcase Includes UTR Match Play, player profile provided to each college coach, online access to the USP Recruiting Dashboard, personal meetings with college coaches, College Recruiting Seminar, and lunch.
During the Showcase, players will compete in single and double matches (short set) in a format that it allows coaches to get a good sense of the players current level and potential. Single matches will count towards their UTR rating.
Every coach will have access to the player's information and will have the opportunity to meet in private with players of their interest.
Our events provide a high level of competition and maximum exposure to college coaches from across the country.
The coaches represent teams at a variety of different levels - NCAA I, II, III, NAIA and NJCAA.
Because of the opportunity, student athletes come from all over the U.S. as well as from overseas. They will play, attend seminars, connect at networking events, take part in college tours, and potentially meet one-on-one with coaches who are interested in recruiting them.
At least 60% of the athletes will receive an offer during one of our events.
University Sports Program has been involved in college athletic recruiting for 24 years, and organizing College Tennis Showcases since 2001. Over 1600 student-athletes have been successfully placed in prestigious universities with attractive athletic and/or academic scholarships.
Some of the colleges include Harvard, Dartmouth, Rice, UPenn, Miami, Florida State, Auburn, Davidson, Alabama, Baylor, TCU, South Carolina, Pepperdine, Purdue, Louisville, Notre Dame, Tulane, Florida, Kentucky, Lehigh, Clemson, Boston, Oklahoma, Hofstra, Kenyon, Kansas, St. Johnâ€™s, Georgetown, George Washington, South Carolina, Denver, and many more.