Women's Tennis Scholarships

Welcome to the NCSA Women's Tennis athletic scholarships portal – a growing portal for high-school athletes throughout the entire U.S. Right now NCSA has 1104 active high-school Women's Tennis athletes, and all of these potential recruits can easily connect with 927 coaches at 758 colleges and universities througout the country offering Women's Tennis athletic scholarships.  In total, NCSA has assisted more than 6033 Women's Tennis athletes during their search for athletic scholarships and turning their dreams of getting a degree while participating in college sports a reality.   Since 2000, the NCSA team has been unwavering in its mission to connect talented, student Women's Tennis athletes with college coaches across the nation.  As early as 8th or 9th grade, the NCSA team begins helping students increase their chances of playing college sports by educating them on the recruiting process and taking the necessary steps to improve their reputation and visibility among college Women's Tennis coaches and scouts.  Getting a Women's Tennis scholarship to college was once a full-time job for families new to the recruiting process, but now this critical journey can be facilitated by the recruitment experts at NCSA.   High-school athletes hoping to use NCSA to help them in their search for a Women's Tennis scholarship need to first set up their free profile. The free profile will make them instantly visible to college Women's Tennis coaches in search engines and on the NCSASports.org website.  Next, students or their parents must talk to an qualified NCSA scout who will perform an in-depth recruiting analysis to ensure that the student athlete meets the minimum requirements to obtain a Women's Tennis scholarship.  NCSA then automatically connects qualified athletes with appropriate Women's Tennis programs by sending their recruiting profile to the right college coaches.  Finally, NCSA's scouts use their ongoing relationships to make sure coaches view the athlete's profile and utilize their experience to help guide him or her through every step of the recruiting process.

Welcome to the NCSA Women's Tennis athletic scholarships portal – a growing portal for high-school athletes throughout the entire U.S. Right now NCSA has 1104 active high-school Women's Tennis athletes, and all of these ... Read More

Welcome to the NCSA Women's Tennis athletic scholarships portal – a growing portal for high-school athletes throughout the entire U.S. Right now NCSA has 1104 active high-school Women's Tennis athletes, and all of these potential recruits can easily connect with 927 coaches at 758 colleges and universities througout the country offering Women's Tennis athletic scholarships.  In total, NCSA has assisted more than 6033 Women's Tennis athletes during their search for athletic scholarships and turning their dreams of getting a degree while participating in college sports a reality.
 
Since 2000, the NCSA team has been unwavering in its mission to connect talented, student Women's Tennis athletes with college coaches across the nation.  As early as 8th or 9th grade, the NCSA team begins helping students increase their chances of playing college sports by educating them on the recruiting process and taking the necessary steps to improve their reputation and visibility among college Women's Tennis coaches and scouts.  Getting a Women's Tennis scholarship to college was once a full-time job for families new to the recruiting process, but now this critical journey can be facilitated by the recruitment experts at NCSA.
 
High-school athletes hoping to use NCSA to help them in their search for a Women's Tennis scholarship need to first set up their free profile. The free profile will make them instantly visible to college Women's Tennis coaches in search engines and on the NCSASports.org website.  Next, students or their parents must talk to an qualified NCSA scout who will perform an in-depth recruiting analysis to ensure that the student athlete meets the minimum requirements to obtain a Women's Tennis scholarship.  NCSA then automatically connects qualified athletes with appropriate Women's Tennis programs by sending their recruiting profile to the right college coaches.  Finally, NCSA's scouts use their ongoing relationships to make sure coaches view the athlete's profile and utilize their experience to help guide him or her through every step of the recruiting process.

Women's Tennis by the Numbers

Schools Offering Tennis

NCAA Division I 

264 

NCAA Division II 

167 

NCAA Division III 

328 

NAIA 

102 

Junior College 

77 

Total 

938 

Athletic Scholarship Opportunities

Division I(per school) 

4.5 

Division II (per school) 

4.5 

NAIA 

5 

NJCAA (*varies per school) 

0 

Student-Athlete Participation

NCAA Division I 

2,641 

NCAA Division II 

1,634 

NCAA Division III 

3,685 

NAIA 

819 

Junior College 

692 

High School 

162,755 

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