Tennis

State Championship Teams

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Spring Season

The Spring season must not begin before the third Monday in March. The Spring season must end with the completion of the regular varsity season or, for qualified varsity teams or individuals, upon completion of their participation in MIAA tournaments.

2021 MIAA Team Sportsmanship Award Winners

Austin Preparatory School

Somerville High School

Junior Team Tennis

For players interested in playing as part of a team, Junior Team Tennis is a great offering to keep playing outside of your high school season. To find out about opportunities in your area, contact your local Tennis Service Representative.

Eastern MA, Kristen Liteplo, liteplo@newengland.usta.com
Southeastern MA, Christy Bennett, bennett@newengland.usta.com
Central & Western MA, Woody Freeman, freeman@newengland.usta.com

 

Wheelchair Tennis Coaches Workshop

If you are a coach and want to learn how to coach wheelchair tennis from Team USA Head Coach, Jason Harnett, please click here for more information on this two day workshop being held on June 23-24 at the South Shore YMCA in Hanover, MA.

Association Websites

Important Tennis Information

Committee Members and Important Dates

2021 Team Tennis State Champions

Committee Members

Liaison – Carolyn Bohmiller, MIAA

District 1
VACANCY
Mr. Glenn Doulette, Athletic Director, West Springfield

District 2
Mr. Chris McGrath, Athletic Director, Northbridge       
Mr. Dave Bouchard, Athletic Director, Quaboag

District 3
Mr. Scott Hoffman, Principal, Bromfield
Mr. Matt Porcaro, Athletic Director, Tahanto

District 4
Ms. Caitlin Brown, Assistant Principal, Andover
Mr. Steve Fogarty, Athletic Director, Melrose

District 5
Mr. Paul Cooley, Assistant Principal, Somerville
VACANCY

District 6
Ms. Julie Gosselin, Athletic Director, Mt. Alvernia
Mr. Jameson Pelkey, Athletic Director, St. John’s Prep

District 7
Ms. Diana Myers-Pachla, Principal, Foxboro
Mr. Nick Schlierf, Athletic Director, Sharon

District 8
Mr. Mark Mosher, Assistant Principal, Bristol-Plymouth
VACANCY

District 9
Mr. Mike Martin, Assistant Principal, Carver
Mr. Kevin Mahoney, Athletic Director, Quincy

MASS Representative
Ms. Pat Gardner

MASC Representative
Mr. Geoff Swett

Coaches Representatives
Ms. Joan Cutter
Mr. Alex Spence

Game Officials Representative
Ms. Sue Gauthier

At-Large Representative
Mr. Gary Pina

Meeting Dates

Committee Meeting -September 30, 2021 10:00am (virtual)
Committee Meeting – February 15, 2022  10:00am (virtual)

Tournament Information

TEAM TOURNAMENT DATES
Cut-off Date: May 26
Brackets Release: May 31
Tournament Dates: June 2 – June 18
State Finals: June 17 – 18
State Finals Rain Date: June 19

Division 1 Girls – Acton-Boxborough
Division 2 Girls – Winchester
Division 3 Girls – AMSA

Division 1 Boys – Brookline
Division 2 Boys – Concord-Carlisle
Division 3 Boys – Weston

USTA-NFHS Online Course for Tennis Coaches

The USTA and NFHS have partnered to develop an online course for tennis coaches. The course provides a student-centered curriculum in tennis coaching techniques and methods for interscholastic teacher/coaches.  Coaching Tennis for High School covers the court from coaching styles and developing your coaching philosophy to managing your team and your practices. The “Coaching Tennis” online course developed by United States Tennis Association has been added to the available courses through the NFHS Learning Center at www.NFHSLearn.com.

Grants Available for Schools and Teams

The USTA and NFHS have partnered to develop an online course for tennis coaches. The course provides a student-centered curriculum in tennis coaching techniques and methods for interscholastic teacher/coaches.  Coaching Tennis for High School covers the court from coaching styles and developing your coaching philosophy to managing your team and your practices. The “Coaching Tennis” online course developed by United States Tennis Association has been added to the available courses through the NFHS Learning Center at www.NFHSLearn.com.

USTA New England and USTA Eastern Massachusetts have grants available to support school tennis and high school tennis. Click here for more information about USTA New England grants and contact Kristen Liteplo for more information about USTA Eastern Massachusetts grants.

No-Cut High School Tennis Teams

No-cut high school tennis teams play an important role in growing tennis by allowing students of all abilities to join a team and represent their school. This opportunity helps create well-rounded student-athletes, develops leadership, and allows players to enjoy our game in a team environment while being able to progess at their own pace. Click here for tips on how to organize a successful No-cut high school tennis team.