Thanks for visiting the King University - Tennessee Women's Tennis scholarship and program information page. Here you'll get information regarding the college and details on their Women's Tennis program like who to contact about recruitment, names of past alumni, what scholarship opportunities are available and ways to begin the recruiting process.
King University - Tennessee Women's tennis Program Coaching & Recruiting Staff
For anyone who is hoping to get recruited it's important to know who to talk to - and NCSA provides the details you'll need. The Head Coach of the King University - Tennessee Women's Tennis program is Tim Dunford. Other major staff include:
For anybody who is considering becoming a member of King University - Tennessee Women's Tennis program these are the people you must get in touch with. You can choose to contact them via email using the link above or call the school to get more specifics about the college and Women's Tennis program before deciding on if it is the right fit for you.
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NCSA offers student student athletes the tools and information they need to increase their odds of being recruited by a Women's Tennis program, whether it's at King University - Tennessee or another college. Since 2000, NCSA has been connecting athletes and coaches which is a critical part of the recruiting process. This year on it's own you'll find 7098 Women's Tennis high school athletes using the NCSA technology, network and scouting experts to get their highlights before 2212 coaches at 1256 colleges Women's Tennis programs nationwide.
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