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Old 15th April 2016, 08:52 AM
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Default Re: Good Tennis Colleges

Hey as per my idea there are various Tennis Colleges and here I am giving you its details :-
Here I am giving you list of Good Tennis Colleges

University of Southern California – Los Angeles, Calif.

When Peter Smith’s Trojans won the 2014 NCAA Championship, it was his fifth in six years and USC’s 100th sports title overall

University of California at Los Angeles – Los Angeles, Calif

Billy Martin has been on the UCLA tennis staff for 32 years, including the last 22 leading the program

University of Virginia – Charlottesville, Va.

Virginia has an endowment of $6.9 billion for its 21,000 students. Established in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, the 1,682 acre campus containing his former home is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Baylor University – Waco, Texas

Matt Knoll has guided the Bears to 17 straight NCAA Tournament appearances including a championship title in 2004.

Ohio State University – Columbus, Ohio

Ohio State delivers the classic big-university feel with 57,000 students on 1765 acres. Its endowment is $3.1 billion

University of Texas – Austin, Texas

Michael Center has led the Longhorns to the NCAA Tournament in each of his 14 seasons, including three trips to the Final Four.

Vanderbilt University – Nashville, Tenn

Vanderbilt is a very selective school, accepting applicants with an average SAT score of 1490. Its student to faculty ratio is 8 to 1.

Duke University – Durham, N.C.

Ramsey Smith, a former Blue Devils’ tennis star, returned to his alma mater as an assistant in 2005. He became the head coach in 2008.
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