The Mount Ida College women's tennis program just completed its sixth season of competition as members of the NCAA and the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC). The Mustangs have made appearances in the GNAC Semi and Quarterfinals, and in 2014 made a return to the GNAC tournament for the first time since 2011.
The following are some steps you can take to help in the recruiting process:
1. Complete our Recruiting Questionnaire. Fill out the recruiting form (below) in its entirety so we will have your information on hand. Feel free to contact Head Coach Isaac Stahl at email@example.com or 617-759-4600 with any questions.
Women's Tennis Recruiting Questionnaire
**Are you a student at another school interested in
transferring to Mount Ida?**
Click here for all the information you will need to start the transfer process.
2. Come visit. Make a visit to campus with your parents. Contact Coach Stahl with some anticipated dates. Coach Stahl will confirm availability, which will then allow you the chance to schedule a campus tour and admissions interview through our Admission’s Office at 617-928-4553. Coach Stahl and his staff are available throughout the year and are happy to meet with prospects and their families in the women's tennis office. Please anticipate spending about three hours during a complete visit.
3. Send a video or YouTube clips. Send a game or highlight tape of you playing in a competitive environment. We can't get out to see every prospect play. Looking at a tape or YouTube clips of you allows us at least something to go on, which may be helpful in evaluating your ability to play at Mount Ida.
Mail Videos to:
Mount Ida College Women's Tennis
777 Dedham Street
Newton, Mass. 02459
4. See the team play. Check out the schedule and come watch the team play. Send Coach Stahl an email in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 617-759-4600 so either he or his staff can meet you at the end of the game.
The Process: The women's tennis staff attends games and tournaments throughout a prospect’s junior and senior years. This allows us to establish a positive relationship and rapport with the prospect as well as her family and evaluate their growth and development as a player.