Recruit Questionnaire

Thanks for your interest in ODU Men's Tennis. Please fill out the information below and we will contact you shortly. Please note: NCAA rules prohibit us from contacting any prospective student-athlete before September 1 of his junior year of high school. If you are not yet a high school junior, please still fill out the form and we will contact you once NCAA rules allow.

Required Fields are in Bold

PERSONAL
High School/Secondary School Graduation Date
 
First Name
 
Middle Name
 
Last Name
 
Preferred Name
 
Date of Birth
 
Home Mailing Address
 
City
 
State/Province (if applicable)
 
Zip/Postal Code
 
Country
 
Email Address
 
Mobile Phone
 
Home Phone
 
Skype ID
 
Facebook
 
What is the best way to reach you?
 
ACADEMIC
Have you joined the NCAA Eligibility Center?
 
Yes
No
NCAA Eligibility/Clearinghouse ID
 
Date Entered High School/Secondary School
 
High School/Secondary School Name
 
High School/Secondary School City
 
High School/Secondary School State/Province (if applicable)
 
High School/Secondary School Country
 
Are you homeschooled or do you attend a virtual/online school?
 
Yes
No
SAT Score (Math + Verbal)
 
ACT Score
 
TOEFL Score
 
IELTS Score
 
GPA
 
Intended Field of Study (if known)
 
TENNIS
ATP Ranking
 
ITF Juniors Ranking
 
National Ranking
 
Sectional Ranking (US only)
 
UTR Rating
 
Tennis Recruiting Star Level
 
Height
 
Weight (in pounds)
 
Hand Dominance
 
Left-Handed
Right-Handed
Coach's Name
 
Coach's Email Address
 
Coach's Phone Number
 
Coach's City
 
Coach's State/Province (if applicable)
 
Coach's Country
 
Recruiting Website
 
Link to Video
 
FAMILY
Parent Guardian #1 Relation to you
 
Parent/Guardian #1 First Name
 
Parent/Guardian #1 Last Name
 
Parent/Guardian #1 Email Address
 
Parent/Guardian #1 Phone Number
 
Do you live with this person?
 
Yes
No
Parent/Guardian #2 Relation to You
 
Parent/Guardian #2 First Name
 
Parent/Guardian #2 Last Name
 
Parent/Guardian #2 Email Address
 
Parent/Guardian #2 Phone Number
 
Do you live with this person?
 
Yes
No