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.

2022 MIAA Team Sportsmanship Award Winners



Tennis Rules and Match Forms

Committee Members and Important Dates

Committee Members

Liaison – Richard Pearson, MIAA Associate Director

District 1
Glenn Doulette, Athletic Director, West Springfield HS

District 2
Jason Linders, Athletic Director, Southbridge HS 
Dave Bouchard, Athletic Director, Quaboag RHS

District 3
Matt Porcaro, Athletic Director, Tahanto HS

District 4
Caitlin Brown, Assistant Principal, Andover HS
Steve Fogarty, Athletic Director, Melrose HS

District 5
Paul Cooley, Assistant Principal, Somerville HS

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

District 7
Nick Schlierf, Athletic Director, Sharon HS

District 8
Mark Mosher, Assistant Principal, Bristol-Plymouth RVTHS

District 9
Kevin Mahoney, Athletic Director, Quincy HS

MASS Representative
Patricia Gardner

MASC Representative
Geoff Swett

Coaches Representatives
Joan Cutter

Game Officials Representative
Sue Gauthier

At-Large Representative
Gary Pina

Meeting Dates

October 18, 2022 10:00am(in person)
February 14, 2023 10:00am(virtual)

Tournament Information

a) Cut-Off Date: May 25, 2023
b) Bracket Release: May 27, 2023
c) Tournament Begins: May 30, 2023
d) State Finals: June 17, 2023 (rain date June 18)
**Dates subject to change

USTA-NFHS Online Course for Tennis Coaches


The USTA and NFHS have partnered to develop an online course for
tennis coaches. The “Coaching Tennis” course provides a student-centered curriculum in tennis coaching techniques and methods for interscholastic teacher/coaches and is available through the NFHS Learning Center.

Junior Team Tennis

Interested in playing on a team beyond your high school season? Junior Team Tennis is a great opportunity to develop your skills. Contact your local Tennis Service Representative for more information:

Grants Available for Schools and Teams


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 email Kristen Liteplo for more information about USTA Eastern Massachusetts grants.

Association Websites

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.

2022 State Championship Teams

Division 1 Girls-Lexington
Division 2 Girls-Masconomet
Division 3 Girls-Newburyport
Division 4 Girls-Hamilton-Wenham

Division 1 Boys-Acton-Boxborough
Division 2 Boys-Concord-Carlisle
Division 3 Boys-Wayland
Division 4 Boys-Weston