The Harvard women’s tennis program has earned 2020-21 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team honors and set the program record with 13 ITA Scholar-Athletes, the ITA announced on Monday.
Accordingly, what division is Harvard women’s tennis?
Moreover, how good is the Harvard tennis team?
– The Harvard men’s tennis team is ranked No. 11 in the nation according to the Oracle ITA Division I Men’s Team Rankings, released today, Feb. … This marks the Crimson’s highest ranking since the 1998 season and the third-highest ranking in program history.
Is Harvard d1 tennis?
Harvard University is located in Cambridge, MA and the Tennis program competes in the The Ivy League conference. Harvard University does offer athletic scholarships for Tennis. … Athletic scholarships are available for NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II, NAIA and NJCAA.
NCAA – Div. I
|Division:||NCAA – Div. I|
|Location:||New Haven, CT|
|Head Coach:||Chris Drake|
|Vol. Asst. Coach:||Brandon DeBot|
Full Athletic Scholarship
Stanford’s commitment to its student-athletes on athletic scholarship is to provide support that will enable each student to complete their undergraduate degree in four years. Fifth-year aid is not guaranteed for any student without prior written approval from the Athletic Director.
Stanford Club Tennis is a selective, competitive co-ed tennis team comprised of Stanford undergraduate and graduate students. We are a member of the USTA Norcal Tennis on Campus Series and primarily compete against other Northern California club tennis teams throughout our fall season.
Our team was founded in 2012 and became an active member of the New England tennis community in 2016. We are both recreational and competitive in nature. Being a co-ed team, we play a combination of singles, doubles, and mixed doubles.