Want to play college tennis?
Join THE Exposure CAmP
taught exclusively by college coaches!
2020 Dates & Locations
Designed for competitive players grades 8-12
For camp schedule, college coaching staff and details about each camp, click Learn More
Learn from the best! Taught exclusively by college coaches.
Our previous coaching staff include...
Cal Tech University
Carnegie Mellon University
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara
Johns Hopkins University
Missouri Valley College
Northern Illinois University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Pomona Pitzer Colleges
Pomona Pitzer Colleges
University of Pennsylvania
St. John's University
St. Lawrence University
University of San Diego
Trinity College (CT)
Washington and Lee
And many more!
All camps are exclusively taught by current college coaches from all Division 1, 2, 3 & NAIA schools and levels of the game
Unlike a showcase, our camps allow coaches and players to interact and train together!
Improve your game, get scouted, and understand what it takes to play at the next level!
UTR Verified Singles and doubles matches
Showcase your game, work ethic and coach-ability
College-style drills, practices and matchplay
Learn about the college recruiting process and how it works
Understand the different levels of college tennis
Network and build relationships with players and college coaches
AND INSTRUCTION BY
Personalized instruction and attention from the best coaches in the country!
Coaches run real college style practices, just like they do with their teams.
Sample various coaching styles and get to know the coaches on a personal level.
The college coaching staff is dedicated to help players make an easy transition from junior tennis into college tennis.
Prepare your game for college tennis
Players will improve their tennis skills and learn singles and doubles strategies specific to college tennis.
Coaches conduct real "collegiate style" practices and match play with the same intensity as their college practices.
Coaches from all divisions and levels of the game are represented, giving you the opportunity to explore various levels of college tennis.
learn How to succeed as a student athlete
Take advantage of in class educational and motivational seminars about life as a student athlete and the responsibilities that comes with it.
Examine the time management skills to successfully balance sport, academics and social activities.
Understand the recruiting process and the steps you need to take to earn a spot on a college tennis team.
access to college coaches
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Player and Parent Reviews
I attended your tennis exposure camp at the University of Pennsylvania last week. I would like to thank you for such an awesome experience! You put together such a good camp! I got so much exposure to players of all ages and from coaches everywhere! I definitely walked out of your camp a much better player and look forward to attending again next year or another camp that you hold.
Dear Geatz and the CEC team, I just wanted to say thank you so much for coaching me and all the hard work and effort in teaching me the tremendous techniques. I have to say you are a very special coach and your teaching style is very unique and tough. Along with the inspirational speeches of knowledge, especially the one on Lucifer the police dog. It's been a pleasure to meet you and being able to come to UPenn. It has always been a dream of mine. I will improve my tennis technique as you instructed, my mental game, and alongside my academics. I unquestionably will come back next year to meet you and play at the camp. It would be an honor for me to play for you in the future. Thank you very much and I'll see you next year. And good luck to your team.
Thank you very much for including Abbi in the camp this weekend. It really seems to have lit a fire in her. 4 weeks ago we were not sure she was gonna play anymore and now she is sitting next to me telling me she is going to academy in the morning! Old Abbi may have taken the day off. This one is not!
I was one of the Swedish guys on you exposure camp and I have to say that it was awesome! Loved the training, meeting all the coaches and learning more about college in general, thank you so much!!
I just wanted to let you know what a great time I had this past weekend, and I also wanted to thank you for making it possible and taking the time to pull it off. It was a motivating experience, as it was my first exposure camp, so now I know what skills I need to target and perfect within the next three years. Once again, it was great meeting all the coaches and I hope to attend more of your events in the future! Thank you!
"I just wanted to thank you for putting together such a great event. It was an excellent opportunity. I enjoyed myself very much and had 3 very rigorous days of training. All the coaches were incredibly helpful and this was a very easy way to network. Once again thank you for everything.
I just wanted to thank you for hosting an amazing and educational camp! You athletic facilities and school facilities were amazing!
I will like to thanks all the staff and coaches of this event. My son Lucca had the best experience. He enjoyed every minute of it. He had the opportunity to visit the beautiful facilities and to get to know coaches from different university. Thanks and regards from Puerto Rico!
The camp helped me a lot with my college search. After going to the camp numerous coaches were interested me and I even received scholarship offers, but the most important thing I learned was how to communicate with coaches. Before the camp I wasn't really sure as to what coaches wanted to hear from you but after attending the camp and talking to many coaches 1-on-1, I learned what they look for, this gave me the ability and confidence to go and talk to any coach. I am now committed to play at Concordia College in New York, which is ranked #4 in Division 2. The exposure camp is easily the best way to network yourself and get yourself into college tennis.
Thanks so much for having Jacob at the camp. Once again, he enjoyed it immensely and found it to be a great help. He is going to train very hard and work on getting his UTR up. He went straight to ITF Cuba and reached the quarters in singles and doubles. He played very well, but will have to keep training and competing well to try and get into UPENN, his dream university!
Thanks so much for having me at the exposure camp at Upenn. I had a great time there and had a taste of what training at college was like. It was a lot of fun and I would definitely recommend it to future Hong Kong players looking to come to the states.
College Coach Reviews
Collegiate Exposure Camps have developed a unique program that allows the coaches a tremendous opportunity to train with players and help them prepare for college tennis. In addition, the camp allows coaches to evaluate the top talent from around the world in a relaxed and fun environment! I would highly recommend the camp to any player who plans to play college tennis. The experience and networking is awesome!
Coach David Geatz
University of Pennsylvania
The networking and the amount of information the Collegiate Exposure Camps provide to the prospects is powerful and can help every player no matter what level they are, players will find a school that fits them!
Coach Mehdi Rhazali
Collegiate Exposure Camps are unlike any other camps out there, because you get to learn the coaches style and meet coaches from Division I, II, III and NAIA School from all over the country. It is an outstanding way to get looked at by schools from all divisions and the coaches care and will help direct you to school that would be a great fit for your child. I have learned that it takes hard work, dedication and persistence to be recruited and play college tennis for the right fit school. The camps are a great way for your child to no longer be a person behind a computer screen for coaches to look at but instead provide a great opportunity to show if you are coachable, as well as your personality and skills on the tennis court.
Coach Matt Brisotti
I enjoy working at the CEC camps because they really help myself and the other coaches to make organic connections with young tennis enthusiasts but also with other coaches from around the country. We as coaches have the unique ability to download lots of information to the tennis youth and community regarding college tennis. I have a true passion for tennis and it’s camps like these that allow for the students to find that passion that could last a lifetime.”
Coach Victor P. Terranova Jr
The Collegiate Exposure Camps are a fantastic opportunity for high school players to learn from some of the best college coaches in the country. A big part of the recruiting process is getting to know the coach of the program you would like to play for and these camps allow you to spend time being coached by a variety of different coaching styles. Building those coach-player relationships happens at CEC and I highly encourage students to participate if you want to be recruited for college tennis. There is a program for you no matter your level, CEC can help you find the team at the next level.
Coach Jason Box
The CEC camps are a great way for players to not only increase exposure, but tangibly build their tennis skill.
Coach Tony D'Angelo
Head Tennis Coach, Endicott College
I have been working the Collegiate Exposure Camps for years and they provide a unique opportunity to work closely with prospective student-athletes of all levels on the tennis court. The coaches work hard to create a very competitive, but fun atmosphere that mimics the intensity of college tennis, both on the practice court and during match play. The players really get a sense of what it’s like to be on a college tennis team and what it takes to get the most out of their experience. After just a few days, they will learn so much about what coaches are looking for during the recruiting process and what might be a good fit for them as they look to continue their tennis career in college
Coach Lori Shulman
The College Exposure Camps are the highlight of my recruiting calendar each summer. Not only does the format give me a unique opportunity to work closely with each camper, but I am always invigorated by the energy and attitude from both the campers and coaches. The facilities are first class, the instruction is outstanding, and there is an abundance of information both on and off the court that is relevant for everyone.
If your goal is to continue to play the game you love and compete at the collegiate level then participating in The Collegiate Exposure Camps is an absolute must! Tarek Merchant, The Collegiate Exposure Camp Team and the entire coaching staff are all committed to guiding and encouraging you, and your family, through the college search and recruiting process. The Collegiate Exposure Camps provide an incredible platform to learn, ask questions, converse and network with some of the best collegiate tennis coaches in the country and also be supported and inspired by fellow tennis peers. You will have the opportunity to experience a coach’s philosophy and style, first hand, while playing in games and drills that mirror a team’s practice. The UTR matches are so exciting because you not only earn UTR points and compete against other talented student-athletes, but you have the opportunity to enhance a skill or apply a new strategy to your game that you previously learned. The classroom chats are an entertaining and informative way to for you to ask specific questions, engage in discussions and allow the coaching staff to educate you further on topics that are important to their philosophy and team’s overall success. Throughout the entire camp, the environment is electric and motivating. As coaches, one of the main reasons we love our job is because of the relationships built and victories we witness. The Collegiate Exposure Camps allow us to continue to build those lasting relationships and we are ecstatic to follow your path to greatness. It is amazing how small our tennis world is
and the connections we make at these events. The coaching staff is a giant family and the support and care we have for each other transfers over to you. No matter the division, size or location of a school, there is a new tennis court waiting for you to call home. The Collegiate Exposure Camp Team and coaches are determined to assist you in finding the perfect fit. If you are serious about taking your game to the next level, then come join us!
Coach Benay Weintraub
Many of our past Exposure Series participants have gone on to play college tennis at the NCAA Division 1, 2, 3, NAIA levels. These events have created an invaluable experience and opportunity to get recruited to play at the next level!
THIS IS A SMALL SAMPLE LIST.
Ashley G. Drew University
Allegra H. - Cornell University
Vineet Vemulapally, - Drew University
Asdrubal M, - Winthrop University
Sibel C., - Lehigh University
Mary CM, - University of Tennessee
Naiya O, - Florida Atlantic University
Carlye G, - Rollins College
Jonathan D, - University of North Florida
Felix A-S, - Chicago State University
Justin G, Canada - Samford University
Emma P., Miami, FL - James Madison University
Claudia M., - Navy Academy
Grace W., - Kenyon College
Christine J., - University of Central Florida
Zandrix A., Hawaii - Florida Atlantic University
Juan T., Miami, FL - Georgia Tech University
Mathew C., Brazil/Boca Raton, FL - Bringham Young University
Breanne T., Canada - Carson Newman University
Sean H., - Savannah College of Art & Design
Stuart M., - Hofstra University
Graham B., Canada - Stetson University
Alec J., Tampa, FL - Southern Methodist University
David P., Palmetto Bay, FL - Johns Hopkins University
Wesley N., Canada - Missouri Valley College
Manuel C., Port St. Lucie, FL - Kennesaw State University
Ethan A., Trinidad - University of Texas - Pan American
Koralie E., Puerto Rico - Duquesne University
Danna G., Sunny Isles Beach, FL - University of Florida
Alex R., Plantation, FL - Flagler College
Chad P., Washington, DC - Quinnipiac University
Amanda S., Ft. Lauderdale, FL - University of Delaware
Olivia T., Miami, FL - College of William & Mary
Marc H., Germany - University of Nebraska
Daniel G., Germany - Norfolk State University
and many more!
Before you contact us, be sure to check our Frequently Asked Questions section of the site which has the answers to the most commonly asked questions. Our normal business hours are 9am-5pm Eastern Time, Monday-Friday. Our goal is to respond to you within 24 hrs. Emails received after 5pm on Friday, or over the weekend, will receive a response on Monday.