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villanova tennis

tennisboy1005tennisboy1005 Registered User Posts: 277 Junior Member
edited August 2008 in Villanova University
how is the tennis team perceived on campus? is there much support for the team and how are other athletes other than basketball perceived?
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Replies to: villanova tennis

  • TUOwls2011TUOwls2011 - Posts: 728 Member
    I wasn't even aware Nova had tennis. I would assume it's not very popular, in terms of fan support. As far as perception, I'm sure non-basketball players are treated like any other student.
  • brandnew90brandnew90 Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
    It is true, basketball is huge at Villanova. However, Villanova is a very athletic university all around! Not as many students go on to cheer at the tennis matches as they do basketball games, but school spirit is definitly prevalent everywhere on campus. It's no so much what sport people are cheering for as much as it's the fact that they are cheering for Villanova.
  • ElleJay313ElleJay313 Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
    Hi-- I was a former villanova tennis team member. i think athletes have a common understanding that participation in a DI sport is a huge time and energy commitment and there is a definite respect. Maybe some other students won't realize this, but most will. Furthermore, professors and future employers respect the fact that you are committing to a sport. The villanova tennis team was a great time and I am so glad i did it.
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