Who's Turning Pro... Who's Going To College...

updated 12/26/01

Brad Pomeroy-After playing No. 1 singles for the 2001 AAA state championship team in Asheville, Brad is staying in his home state and playing for the University of North Carolina next Fall.

Texas A& M-The aggies have inked five top players. Derrick Bauer, Matt Loucks, Alex Strom, John Nallon and Bryan Wooten will all be joining the team next Fall.

Purdue-Colin Foster and Paul Rose have signed to play the 02-03 season for Coach Tim Madden.

University of Florida-Jennifer Magley has signed with the Gators for the 2002-03 season. Jennifer has been playing the national and international junior circuits.

Ryan Redondo-After starting his college tennis career at Pepperdine, Ryan has transferred to San Diego State where his father was once a coach.

University of Louisville-Jeffrey French, a four time Indiana All-State team member, will be playing at Louisville next season.

Ryler DeHeart-Illinois has signed Ryler to join fellow Floridian freshman Chris Martin and Evan Zeder in the Fall of 2002.

University Of Texas-Four nationally-ranked juniors have signed to join the Texas women's team. Kelly Baritot, Macey Breece, Megan Racette and Kendra Strohm will join the team for 2002-03

Tiffany Smith-The University of Tulsa has announced the signing of an early letter of intent one of the top players in Oklahoma's High School tennis.

And Still Undecided...
Brett Joelson-This year's US Open Boys' Doubles Finalist is seriously considering Texas A&M.
Rajeev Ram-"I'm going to start visiting colleges over the next eight months and then make my decision."

Keep checking this page for updates on players as they come in.

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