|Old Dominion University
||Men | Women
|Division:||NCAA - Div. I
|Head Coach:||Dominic Manilla|
|Assoc. Head Coach:||Yana Sokolenko|
|Top Recruiting Classes:||
#23 in 2023, R.V. in 2021, #21 in 2019, R.V. in 2012
|Top Mid-Major Classes:||
#10 in 2023, #19 in 2022, #8 in 2021, #2 in 2019, #19 in 2018, #11 in 2016, #10 in 2012
The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
The following articles are relevant to the Old Dominion women's team.
October was Jam-Packed with Ace-Worthy Performances
October was another month with so many achievements by junior and collegiate players that at least a dozen ended up on the cutting room floor. NCAA singles champions and junior slam finalists earned titles, while the winners of the ITF Junior Finals and the first ITA major of the season also stepped into the spotlight last month.
Former Collegians Collect Milestones During July
The month was filled with important milestones for former collegiate players, who collected ATP titles and Challenger championships. The Wimbledon Junior champions had a month to remember, while four teenagers earned their first pro singles titles, and another captured a Challenger title
Records and Personal Milestones Among June Achievements
From the clay courts of Paris to the hard courts of Southern California, college and junior players have put their names in the record books and achieved personal milestones this month. The number of former collegians who won titles at the $15,000 level this month is so long that they all couldn't be included,.
2023 Top Mid-Major Women's Classes
The Tennis Recruiting Network continues its recruiting class ranking series this week with a look at the mid-majors. Today we present the Top 25 Women's Mid-Major Recruiting Class Rankings for the Class of 2023.
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