December 17, 2021

Interested in College Tennis? Let Us Help You!  


Thinking about college tennis, but don’t know where to start? Well, USTA Mid-Atlantic is all about connecting you with collegiate coaches from programs in the Section and beyond to help with your college tennis journey. Use the resources available here and players should fill out the player Interest form which will facilitate connections for players and coaches.  


Benefits of Completing a Player Profile 


By filling out a player profile, it allows the college coaches who have expressed interest in connecting with Mid-Atlantic players (listed below). By completing this step you will build awareness with college tennis coaches so you can find your fit with your ideal program.


To find the best fit in college, it is important to understand what coaches are looking for. ADVERTISEMENT When you complete the profile you will also receive information about the schools and what they are looking for in a recruit. This form is recommended for current Juniors and Seniors Only.  


Take Your College Tennis Search a Step Further: 

Fill out a player profile to be shared with college coaches that are listed below.


Plus, the resources below will help high school tennis players explore more detailed information on college tennis. Whether you are looking to be highly competitive or just a casual player in college, we have the tools to make you successful. 


Utilize these resources right away…

Competitive College Team Tennis:

To learn about what coaches are looking for in recruits from a coach's perspective, make sure to watch the USTA Mid-Atlantic College Coach Panelist session, which was a part of our inaugural 2021 Virtual Conference. Listen and learn from college tennis coaches from around the section on tips for helping you find the best school.

This session features:

  • Nic Askew from Howard University, 

  • Erin Ness from Washington & Lee University, and 

  • Freddy Mesmer from Georgetown University


Plus, USTA Mid-Atlantic spoke with additional coaches from across the Section and beyond to learn more about what they are searching for when they are looking to fill their programs.

Ways to Become a Stand-out Recruit:

Tips & Insights from USTA:

Let's Talk about Scholarships: Use these links below to find further scholarship and financial aid information for college.


List of College Coaches your Player Profile will be shared with:


Alfred University:  Jordan Crouch

Allegheny College:  David Hayden

Asbury University: Jarred Miller

Barton College:  Lee Underwood

Brandeis University: Pauri Pandian

Brooklyn College: David Wallis

Bryant University:  Barbara Cilli

Carnegie Mellon University: Andrew Girard

Carnegie Mellon University:  Mike Belmonte

Catholic University:  Nitin Deodhar

Clark University:  Arsenio Jay Culver

Colby- Sawyer College:  Barry Schoonmaker

Coppin State University:  Ebonye Jones

Denison University:  David Schilling

Drew University:  Scott Veith

East Stroudsburg University: Marina Zardet

Fairleigh Dickinson University: Paul Caceres

Fairleigh Dickinson University: Jeff Brandes

Fairmont State University: Terry Deremer

Frostburg State University: Jeff Splinter

George Washington University: Torrie Browning

Goucher College: Steven Baum

Goucher College:  Clay Allen

Haverford College:  Eric Spangler

Howard University:  Nic Askew

Immaculata University:  Scott McTigue

Ithaca College:  Chris Hayes

Juniata College:  Kenneth Michaud

Lesley University:  Jessica Russo

Longwood University:  Adam Jackson

Lycoming College:  Joel Reid

Manhattanville College: Alex Sandri

Marymount University:  Tim Bainton

Marywood University: Hosiah “Dave” Davis

Medaille College:  Ken White

Morgan State University:  Matthew Townes

Mount Holyoke College:  Aldo Santiago

Muhlenberg College:  David DeLasCasas Kurvink

Neumann:  Sam Miled

NJIT:  Marco Matteucci

North Carolina Central University:  John McLean IV

Oberlin College:  Constantine Ananiadis

Purchase College, SUNY:  Jordan Snider

Quinnipiac University: Paula Miller

Randolph College:  Jamie Megginson

Randolph- Macon College:  Sam Varner

Randolph-Macon College:  Charles Gray

Roanoke College:  Chris Wilkes

Salem College:  Ed Steele

Savannah College of Art and Design:  Karina Ono

Shepherd University:  Matthew Rosner

Smith College:  Caitlyn Lawrence

Springfield College:  Mike Louis

St. Mary’s College of Maryland:  Greg Shedd

Stevenson University:  Evan Clifton

Swarthmore College:  Jason Box

Tufts University:  Karl Gregor

Tufts University:  Kate Bayard

Tufts University:  Erin Reeves

University of Mary Washington:  Todd Helbling

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth:  Douglas Chapman

Vassar College:  Marty Perry

Virginia Wesleyan University:  Toni Bickford

West Virginia University:  Jacob Eddins

Western Carolina University:  Bret Beaver

Wingate University:  Michael Cabana

Wittenberg University:  Jeremy Mokry


For more information on college tennis, visit: www.usta.com/college


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