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Riverside City College - Recruiting Info

Thanks for your interest in Riverside Community College and our Men’s Tennis Program.  I would be very interested in having you play for us. 

Are you prepared to go through the Application process?

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Let me know if you need any assistance in the application process, we work closely with our Admissions Department and the International Students department.
We do not have scholarships available to student athletes in the California Community Colleges. We do, however, offer excellent exposure and some of the best college tennis at affordable prices. Our cost is about $20/unit (CA residents) and $200/unit (Non residents).  A full-time student usually takes 12 Units/Semester.  Our tuition is much cheaper than the NCAA and NAIA colleges.  Our student athletes have many opportunities to earn scholarships to four-year schools.  If you are not successful in your search for a scholarship to a four year school, our school and tennis program are second to none when looking at affordable community college opportunities.
We have some of the top players in the state of California for Community College Tennis.  One of our top players this year is an international student from Brazil.  His name is Daniel Coelho. He won the State Championship and will be returning for his second year in 2008. Another top player is Yair Banuelos.  He was a state semifinalist, and was ranked #1 in California all year. He won the 2007 ITA Southern California Regional Tournament and represented the region at the National Championships in Mobile, Alabama where he placed 5th.  He also won Doubles with Daniel Coelho.  Our team always has top ranked singles and doubles players and I haven’t had a team finish lower then 7th in the state. We have a strong team and will compete for the State Title every year, which means more exposure for the players. 
We have had many international students compete for our tennis teams in the past from Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, South Africa, Morocco, and more.  We have many Spanish speaking students at the college and involved with our athletic program.  The college has English as a Second Language courses that assist in the transition.
Good luck and let me know if you have any more questions.