New England

May L2 National Tournament Results

James Maimonis, Communications and Engagement Coordinator | May 25, 2017


WESTBOROUGH, MA- New England competed at the May L2 National Tournaments from May 20-23 at various sites throughout the country. Alex Finkelstein (Singles) and Sarah Campbell (Doubles) took home New England’s two titles from the weekend. Singles draws were made up of either 64 or 32-player draws, while doubles tournaments fielded either 32 or 16 teams each. Juniors earned both New England and National standings points for these L2 tournaments.


Below are the top New England finishers from the weekend:

 

Singles


Alex Finkelstein (Raynham, MA)- Champion, Boys’ 14s, Virginia Beach Tennis and Country Club in Virginia Beach, VA.
Jennifer Riester (Lynnfield, MA)- 3rd place, Girls’ 14s, Five Seasons Sports Club in Cincinnati, OH.
Julia Newman (Natick, MA)- 5th place, Girls’ 18s, In the Zone Tennis in Grand Rapids, MI.
Page Freeman (Ashland, MA)- 6th place, Girls’ 16s, Metro Tennis Associates in Rome, GA
Nikita Larichev (Lexington, MA)- 6th place, Boys’ 18s, Crandon Park Tennis Center in Key Biscayne, FL.
Sam Svendsen (Ridgefield, CT)- 6th place, Girls’ 14s, Donald Van Blake Tennis Center in Plainfield, NJ.
Sam Feldman (Brookline, MA)- 7th place, Boys’ 14s, Western Racquet Club in Elm Grove, WI.
Eleanor Schulson (Newburyport, MA)- 6th place, Girls’ 14s, Donald Van Blake Tennis Center in Plainfield, NJ.
Olivia Almy (Southborough, MA)- 6th place, Girls’ 14s, Donald Van Blake Tennis Center in Plainfield, NJ.

 

Doubles

 

Sarah Campbell (Sudbury, MA) & Jenna Sloan (Rancho Palos Verde, CA)- Champions, Girls’ 18s, In the Zone Tennis in Grand Rapids, MI.
Matthew Campbell (Sudbury, MA) & Daniel Milavsky (Needham, MA)- 3rd place, Boys’ 18s, Metro Tennis Associates in Rome, GA
Tristan Stringer (Stamford, CT) & Alexander Sterin (Richboro, PA)- 3rd place, Boys’ 12s, Player’s International Management in Delray Beach, FL.
Jennifer Riester & Helena Huff (Richmond, VA)- 4th place, Girls’ 14s, Five Seasons Sports Club in Cincinnati, OH.
Olivia Lincer (Windsor, CT) & Angela Huang (Wexford, PA)- 4th place, Girls’ 12s, Donald Van Blake Tennis Center in Plainfield, NJ.

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