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  | By Press Release
Coach Ed Krass’ 33rd Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp will kick off its summer in the Northeast with camps in Long Island, New Jersey and Massachusetts. With the NCAA ban lifted on in-person recruiting, the coaching staff will be represented by Division I, II and III coaches. “Exposure to...Read more
Hewlett senior Rachel Arbitman will play her final high school tennis season this spring before heading to Harvard.
  | By Brian Coleman
This fall, Rachel Arbitman will begin the next stage of her tennis career as she heads to Cambridge, Mass. to join Harvard University after a stellar junior career. “Since joining us at JMTA, Rachel quickly emerged as a leader both on and off the court,” said Greg Lumpkin, JMTA Long Island’s...Read more
  | By Press Release
Helping young athletes attend the colleges of their choice, on full tennis scholarships whenever possible, is a primary goal of SPORTIME and of JMTA. With dozens of JMTA students currently competing at top colleges across the country, today the Academy announced the Fifth Annual, 2021, John McEnroe...Read more
  | By Press Release
Coach Ed Krass’ 33rd Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp will kick off its summer in the Northeast after losing a full season to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Exposure to college coaches is needed perhaps more than ever,” Coach Ed Krass said. “The bans and restrictions implemented due to the coronavirus...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
After months away from competitive tennis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the area’s top current, incoming collegiate and junior players competed in the USTA Eastern Collegiate Series, a four-weekend long string of tournaments at the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning in the Bronx...Read more
  | By Ricky Becker
Division I, II or III? What is the difference? What is the lifestyle? What is right for me? One thing people are surprised about is that the top teams in a lower division would beat a LOT of the lower teams in a higher division. I asked three people I work with, who are currently playing or just...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
USTA Eastern announced this week the unveiling of the USTA Eastern Collegiate Series featuring four weekends of tournaments open to current and incoming college players and juniors. The entry fee for each tournament is $85 and will feature a $250 prize for the winners. See below for more...Read more
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Universal Tennis Rating (UTR) announced the new UTR National Championship Series on Monday, revealing more than 70 events throughout the United States for junior, high school and college tennis players. “The UTR National Championship Series gives players the opportunity to compete in safe, high...Read more
Ohio State freshman and Northport native Cannon Kingsley was named the ITA National Rookie of the Year, the final accolade on what was an outstanding first season competing for the Buckeyes.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Ohio State freshman and Northport native Cannon Kingsley was named the ITA National Rookie of the Year, the final accolade on what was an outstanding first season competing for the Buckeyes. Kingsley, the first Ohio State player to earn rookie of the year honors, received the award during a special...Read more
Long Island's Cannon Kingsley was named an All-American by the ITA after his outstanding freshman season at Ohio State.
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Northport native and Ohio State freshman Cannon Kingsley was named a singles All-American by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) this week. The former Suffolk County singles champion posted a 12-1 record in singles play and 10-0 in doubles. He recorded seven victories over ranked opponents...Read more