The purpose of the College And Junior Tennis Status Report is to help everyone keep up with who's turning pro and who's signed to attend a specific college or transferred from one to another. Information on this page is updated as soon as we receive it.
The Status Report now corresponds its pages to the college signing periods. This page will continue through the April-August signing period for the 2007-08 season.
The majority of the world does not distinguish athletes as professional or amateur. That is not the case in the United States. Though the USTA has passed a "Call Item" to allow professional players 18 and under to compete in USTA National events, the NCAA still has very specific guidelines on amateur status.
Note: The College And Junior Tennis Status Report is based on confirmations from schools and agents, not player decisions. Players will not be included until they have made written commitments.
Jesse Levine-The University of Florida sophomore, who got a wildcard into the U.S. Open main draw, has decided to give up his amateur status.
Kevin Anderson-After a very successful summer, the Illini senior has decided to turn professional.
Dartmouth-The Big Green will welcome Ashley Mitchell, Ryan Reichel, Molly Scott and Georgiana Smyser this fall.
University of Indiana-Coach Lin Loring announced a recruiting class of Maria Guerreiro, Charlotte Martin, Myriam Sopel and Ekaterina Zapadalova.
Benjamin Zuckerberg will be playing for the men's team.
Tara Iyer-After a year on the pro tour as an amateur, the sophomore will return to the Duke team this fall.
SMU-The Mustangs will welcome two transfters -- Nicole Briceno from Alabama and Ksenia Tokarieva from Ole Miss.
Ohio State-Coach Ty Tucker has added Balazs Novak of Hungary to his fall roster.
Coach Chuck Merzbacher picked up Cameron Hubbs & Paloma Escobedo as freshmen for next fall.
Columbia University-The Lions will welcome five new players this fall: Stephanie Zilberman, Kendra Ivey, Natalia Makarova, Michelle Yuan and Natalia Christenson.
David Masciorini-The Southern Cal native signed with East Carolina University.
Audra Cohen-The NCAA winner will be hitting the pro tour and not returning to play for the University of Miami.
Alex Gonzalez-The former Laredo Junior College player is joining the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi team.
Florida Atlantic University-Coach Dave Komie has signed Marc Abdelnour, Joshua Scholl & Joe Cadogan.
Long Beach State-Women's Coach Jenny Hill-Costello has signed Deborah Armstrong & Lisa Hagele.
Michael McClune-The 17 year old has turned professional and signed with IMG>
Carolyn McVeigh-The New Englander will play for Stanford next season.
Hofstra University-Coach Michael Sowter has signed Lauren Clifton, Christie Gattelaro & Morganne Downing to the women's team and Alex Hosner & Matt Schwartz for the men.
University of Georgia-Canadian Monika Lalewicz will play for the Lady Bulldogs.
Men's Coach Manny Diaz had picked up Drake Bernstein for the fall of 2007.
UCLA-Holden Seguso has signed with the Bruins. Coach Billy Martin had previously signed Ahmed Ismail &Christopher Ho.
The women's team has picked up Andrea Remynse.
Jordan Rux-The current top three player in the nation will play for Baylor.
Eastern Michigan-Swedish players Aleksandra Stankovic & Sandra Wilkstrom will play for Coahc Ryan Ray.
Wake Forest-Coach Chad Skorupka announced the additions of Katarina Reveche & Emilee Malvehy.
University of Michigan-Coach Bruce Berque has signed Jason Jung for the fall of 2007. He had picked up Chris Madden & David Streeter in the early signing period.
Duke-Reka Zsilinszka, who has made it up to the top ten of the ITF Junior World Rankings, and Ellah Nze have decided to play for the Blue Devils.
The men's team had added Reid Carleton, Jared Pinsky & Christopher Price to its 2007-08 roster.
Brad Cox-The New Zealand native is joining the University of Kentucky team in September.
Yale-Top Easterners Lindsay Clark & Stefana (Stevi) Petrelli will play for the Bulldogs next fall.
Donald Walston-will stay in his home state and play for the University of Alabama.
James Pade-The Stanford senior has decided to pursue his professional career instead of returning to the team this season.
Penn State-Coach Todd Doebler has signed Benjii Kendall, Jake Toole & Jamie Cox.
University of Minnesota-Senastian Gallego & John Nanosky will join the Golden Gophers in the fall.
Pepperdine-Coach Gualberto Escudero signed Anamika Bhargava & Kimberly Haynes to letters of intent.
LSU-Coach Jeff Brown picked up Canadian Julian Gauthier for next fall. He will join Michael Venus who has transferred to LSU.
Middle Tennessee-The Blue Raiders have inked Derrick Davidson & John Peers for next year. Coach Dale Short had previously inked Kyle Wishing.
Adrienne Markinson-Quinnipiac has signed the New Jersey native.
Michigan State-Coach Gene Orlando announced that Clark Richardson will compete for the Spartan men.
Erica Perkins inked her first recruiting class as Women's Head Coach. Lindsey Lonergan, Michelle Murphy, Manon Noe & Whitney Wilson will join the team in September.
University of Virginia-Jason Jung & Douglas Perrin will come in the fall to join the January Cavalier recruits.
University of Illinois-Women's Coach Michelle Dasso inked Bryce Marable & Marisa Lambropoulos, while Connor Roth and Abraham Souza will be joining the Illini men starting with the 2007-08 season.
Purdue-D.J. Johnson & Eric Ramos have been recruited for the '07-'08 season.
University of Florida-The Gators lost Ryan Sweeting to a professional career, but they have made up for it with the addition of Jesse Levine, Vahid Mirzadeh, Tyler Hochwalt, Jeff Dadamo & Erik Corace for the 2007-08 season.
Northwestern-Andrew McCarthy & Peter Rispoli will play for the Wildcats.
Notre Dame-The Irish will have five new freshman next year -- Tyler Davis, Stephen Havens, David Anderson, Daniel Stahl & Matt Johnson.
Zach Nichols-The Texan is staying in his home state and will be playing for TCU.
Virginia Tech-Holly Johnson & Karin Porushkevich will become Hokies in the fall.
Noelle Hickey-The Copper Bowl champion will play for Georgia Tech next season.
Boston University-Francine Whu is transferring to the Terriers from William & Mary.
Cameron Ellis-Coach Jeff Wallace picked up the Georgia native for the Bulldogs.
Clint Bowles-The top five ranked player in the nation has signed with Florida State.
Texas A&M-Women's Coach Bobby Kleinecke picked up Christina Liles and Stephanie Davidson.
University of Texas-The Longhorns will have Kellen Damico on the men's team and Maggie Mello on the women's in the Fall of 2007.
Vanderbilt-Keilly Ulery will play for the 2007-08 Women's team, while Adam Baker and Bryant Salcedo have committed to the men's.
University of Alabama-Coach Jenny Mainz announced on the signing of Meritt Emery.
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