Champion Collegiate Recruiting

High school tennis players have many options available to compete at the collegiate level which include the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).

In the highly competitive world of collegiate sports, you need to set yourself apart and give yourself the best opportunity to get the attention of college coaches. Many student-athletes are talented and have the ability to play sports in college yet are never discovered thus missing out on the opportunity of playing at the next level. Here at Champion Collegiate Recruiting, we partner with you and champion your recruiting cause by displaying to college coaches the recruitable player you are. 

Don't wait to get discovered - help them discover you!

Recruiting Tip
Our program looks for the basic qualities that any college would look for in a potential recruit. First and foremost, would be their academic responsibility and integrity. Any athlete should prove themselves as an asset to both the Athletics Department as well as the Institution. Secondly, the potential recruit should be an asset to the team that he or she belongs to, both physically and mentally regarding aspects such as talent and leadership, respectively. This also includes working to better themselves in their sport, and maintaining a steady increase in their abilities over the course of their careers. Any recruit should be ready to compete at a high level and have a desire to improve. In short, a student-athlete at our institution should, as I said, be a contributing member and an asset to the college or university he or she represents. They should, essentially, be able to serve as a “poster-child” for the institution.
Lorne Teeter | Head Coach | Men’s Tennis | Rhode Island College

Champion Collegiate Recruiting is ready to help you Get Recruited!