SchollyGuide is an educational video series designed to walk you through the entire recruiting process. Watch the first video here and click the link below to access additional content.
Allen Stiles is the father of Jessica Stiles, who will be playing tennis for Duke. Here he discusses how SFA helped her navigate the recruiting process and reach her goals.
Charlie Rothstein is the father of Peter Rothstein. Here he discusses how SFA helped Peter and his family find the best fit for him at Johns Hopkins University.
John Distaso is the father of Casey Distaso, a tennis player from Edmond, OK. He discusses his experience with using SFA's consulting service. Casey will play tennis for Georgetown University.
Gina Kallick is the mother of Ethan Kallick, a tennis player from Pittsburgh, PA. Here she discusses her experience of working with SFA. Ethan will be playing tennis for Davidson College.
Mitch Bader, the father of Russell Bader, discusses his experience with SFA and explains how their service helped Russell reach his goals. He will be playing tennis for Penn State University.
David Smith is the father of Raleigh Smith, a blue chip tennis player from Miami, FL. Here he discusses his experience with using SFA's consulting services.
This video covers talking points from Ross Greenstein's speech to the junior players at the 2009 boys clay courts in Del Ray Beach, FL.
Ross Greenstein appears on Mike Max's show "Life to the Max" for an interview.
Beth Regan is the mother of Mitchell Somach. Here, she discusses their experience navigating the recruiting process and how SFA helped them get through it. Mitch is currently playing tennis at the University of Oregon.
Former University of Florida Women’s coach Andy Brandi sits down exclusively with Scholarship For Athletes to discuss his experiences with recruiting and to discuss what junior players should be doing right now to get ahead. Brandi coached at UF for 17 years and holds an amazing record of 460-43. He was the fastest coach to reach the 400 career win mark, doing so in just 435 matches. Brandi has 14 national indoor championships and 3 NCAA championships under his belt with the Gators. He is now a coach at the Harold Solomon institute in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
David Roditi joined the ATP tour in May, 1996 and achieved a career high doubles ranking of 41. During David's Pro career, he served as a member of the ATP Tour Players Council. He has reached the finals of four ATP Tour Doubles events and has represented Mexico in the Davis Cup. David was a three-time All-American at Texas Christian University (TCU) and was runner-up in the NCAA Doubles Championships in 1995 and finished 3rd in 1996.
Lou Belken is an Arizona State University coaching legend. With more than 26 successful seasons under his belt, he holds an overall record of 312-309. Belken has guided his Sun Devils teams to NCAA post season berths in 14 of the past 20 years, including five berths in the NCAA Sweet 16 and one quarterfinal appearance. He has trained and produced 14 All-American players and 28 All-Pacific 10 selections. Since 1992, Belken placed 28 players on the Pacific 10 All-Academic teams and several more on the Academic All-American teams, including three-time performer Ed Carter.
Jerry Noyce played varsity tennis at the University of Minnesota (UM) and coached the varsity men's tennis team for 15 years. As co-founder of the UM Baseline Club, Jerry was instrumental in endowing all men's tennis scholarships at UM and securing significant contributions to construct an on campus tennis facility. As a tennis professional, Jerry coached playing professionals David Wheaton and Ann Henricksson. Here he discusses what coaches look for in their recruits.
Alejandro Hernández nació el 1ero de Octubre de 1977 en Tijuana, Baja California. Alejandro se volvió profesional en 1995 y obtuvo el mayor numero de victorias de Copa Davis para México. Su ranking mas alto fue de 125 del mundo en 1997 y obtuvo victorias muy importantes sobre el brasileño Gustavo Kuerten y el chileno Marcelo Ríos quienes llegaron a ser #1 del mundo. Alejandro se sentó con Sammy Atri de Scholarship For Athletes para platicarle sobre sus experiencias adentro y afuera de la cancha.
USC legend, Dick Leach led the Trojans for 23 years, capturing three NCAA championships (1991, ’93 and ’94). His teams advanced to the NCAA semifinals eight times and to the quarters three times. He has an overall record of 529-133 for an unbelievable 0.799 winning percentage. Here, Coach Leach talks about what coaches look for in their recruits.
Cheryl Oldani is the mother of Michaela Oldani, a tennis player for University of New Mexico Women's team. In this interview she dscusses her experience working with SFA.