US College Athletic Scholarships

The US College pathway provides many exciting opportunities for athletes to keep developing their tennis and gain a university degree at the same time. Student athletes receive excellent academic support with access to outstanding facilities and opportunities to compete both individually and as part of a team.

Find more information on:

> US College associations

> Applying for a college scholarship

> Academic entry requirements

> Academic entrance tests

> Grade-Point Average (GPA)

> Designing your Resume and DVD

John-Patrick Smith in action during his quarterfinal victory over Blake Mott at the Australian Open 2015 Play-off; Mae Dumrigue

John Patrick Smith (pictured above), currently with a career-high ATP ranking of No.163 (as of 23 March 2015), represented and graduated from the University of Tennessee with two degrees in Economics. He ranked No. 1 in both singles and doubles in his college career and was named All-American in singles and doubles for four straight years – one of only two players in NCAA history to achieve this feat.

Got a question?

For further information regarding entry requirements for college tennis, the application process or or the NCAA college database, please contact Natalie Martin on [email protected]