With only weeks before the Regular Spring Signing Period, Tennis Recruiting has profiled the Top Women's Classes - 2018 Winter Rankings, that includes some of USP own, making an impact in their upcoming team rank.
According to Tennis Recruiting, nearly five hundred young women in the Class of 2018 have already signed or verbally committed to college programs. This week, the site came out with their Top Women's Classes - 2018 Winter Rankings that includes a group of talented players that were guided by University Sports Program (USP) services to achieve their dream school.
#6 University of Oklahoma - Kianah Motosono
Kianah, who trains full time at Club Med Academies in Port Saint Lucie and will study to become a Lawyer, was very under the radar most of Fall of her Junior Year until exploding in Spring and the next Fall, culminating by qualifying to the US Open Junior. She chose Oklahoma over Kentucky, USC and UCLA.
#8 University of Southern California - Alyssa Mayo
Alyssa participated in two editions of the USP Showcase Circuit in 2016 and shot her recruitment video under USP. A highly rated junior out of Florida, Alyssa rose to become a top 500 ITF player in route to becoming a USC Trojan under newly named Alison Swain tutelage.
#18 University of Connecticut - Mireille Moreau & Julieanne Bou
Both Mireille and Julieanne committed to UConn after being blown away by their facilities and coaching staff. Hailing from Quebec, CAN, Mireille was highly sought by coaches due to her competitive style and high academics. On the other hand, Julianne, a from Puerto Rico Fed Cup Player training at John Newcombe Tennis Ranch for the past years, participated in the USP Rice Showcase and continued her placement with USP on her side. Julianne took her visits to Elon and UMass before deciding to become a Husky.
In addition to these four highly rated recruits, USP helped over 40 more student-athletes committed to the class of 2018 that will be announced soon. Stay tuned!