Academy College Corner

Academy Graduates 

One of the major goals of the New England Academy of Tennis is to develop and prepare players for college tennis. Through stressing sound fundamentals and teaching doubles skills and tactics, the Academy produces players ready to compete at the college level. In the past few years the following Academy players have moved on to compete at the college level: Jack Ablon (Colgate),Ben Biswas (Tufts University), Ray Boppana (Carnegie Mellon), Weston Brach (Middlebury), Noah Cheng (Swarthmore), Izzy Essi (Bowdoin), Max Freeman (Vanderbilt), Joey Haig (Dartmouth), Nathan Kaplan (Amherst College), Alex Kley (Colorado College), Ben Lebowitz (Williams College), Brian Niguidula (RPI), Sumukh Pathi (Colby College), Grant Pertile (Bryant College) Charlie Sharton (Georgetown) and Will Sharton (Georgetown) Tristian Young (Bowdian)are the latest Academy graduates moving on to compete at the intercollegiate level. They join the following list of Academy graduates who are either currently competing for or have graduated from their schools:

  • Ania Aliev, Trinity College (CT)
  • Ashley Avery, UMass Amherst (MA)
  • Jimmie Ames, Trinity College (CT)
  • Nithila Asokaraj, University of Rhode Island (RI)
  • Surainder Asokaraj, Amherst College (MA)
  • Matt Beijan, Loyola University (MD)
  • Austin Bendetson, Tufts University (MA)
  • Andrew Bruhn, Georgetown University (DC)
  • Tim Chang, Occidental College (CA)
  • Ethan Chen, Tufts University (MA)
  • John Ciarleglio, Rhodes College (TN)
  • Greg Cistulli Christopher Newport University (VA)
  • Abby Clark, Johns Hopkins University (MD)
  • Samantha Cohen, Bowdoin College (ME)
  • Chris Cua, Villanova University (PA)
  • Carl DeFranco, Swarthmore College (PA)
  • Thomas Dohlman, MIT (MA)
  • Andy Dougherty, Haverford College (PA)
  • Sophia Epshtein, Simmons College (MA)
  • Matt Friedman, Washingon University (MO)
  • Alex Fromson, Skidmore College (NY)
  • Michael Glen, Wesleyan University (CT)
  • Dan Golden, University of Southern Maine (ME)
  • Ethan Hecker, Connecticut College (CT)
  • Abby Henry, Holy Cross (MA)
  • Mitchell Henry, University of the South (Sewanee) (TN)
  • Lauren Hollander, Tufts University (MA)
  • Laura Honig, University of Delaware (DE)
  • Rachael Honig, American University (DC)
  • Alex Jacobs (Bowdoin College)
  • Isabel Jasper (Harvard) MA
  • Ben Kaufman, Pomona-Pitzer (CA)
  • Jess Karol, Swarthmore College (PA)
  • Sawyer Lawson, Bates College (ME)
  • Chris Lee, Brown University (RI)
  • Alexandra Lovett-Woodsum, Middlebury College (VT)
  • Greg Maloomian, Bentley College (MA)
  • Kara Maloy, Cornell University (NY)
  • James Martin, Hobart College (NY)
  • Mesa Mei, Xavier University (OH)
  • James Micheroni, Hobart College (NY)
  • TJ Moor, Union College (NY)
  • Kaila Nelson, Fairfield University (CT)
  • Andrew Neville, Denison University, OH
  • Harry Nichols, Hobart College (NY)
  • Bart Panarese, Georgetown University (DC)
  • Jonathan Pivor, Drew University (NJ)
  • Pierre Planceh, Bates College (ME)
  • Ania Preneta, Wesleyan College (CT)
  • Kasia Preneta, Cornell University (NY)
  • Alex Rastorgouev, Boston College (MA)
  • Aaron Revzin, Amherst College (MA)
  • Josh Rilla, Amherst College (MA)
  • Scott Robbin, Columbia University (NY)
  • Trelsie Sadler, Washington & Lee College (VA)
  • Ben Saloway, Haverford College (PA)
  • Annie Schneidman, Williams College (MA)
  • Christo Schultz, Harvard University (MA)
  • Aaron Segel, Trinity College (CT)
  • Cam Smith, Trinity College (CT)
  • William Spector Brown University (RI)
  • Daniel Stein, Clark University (MA)
  • Alex Steinroder, Harvard University (MA)
  • Elizabeth Stone, Middlebury College (VT)
  • Ryan Sullivan, Holy Cross (MA)
  • Luke Tedaldi, Brown University (RI)
  • Max Tedaldi, Harvard University (MA)
  • Jake Toole, Penn State University (PA)
  • Ben Tso, Princeton University (NJ)
  • Mike Vulfovich, Brandeis University (MA)
  • Leah Woodard, George Washington University (DC)

College Prospects Showcase

The 2017 DTS College Exposure Series, created and run by Academy Co-Director Tim Donovan, consists of the Southern Cal Showcase for January 7-8 at the Claremont Colleges in Claremont, CA, the DTS College Prospects Showcase June 28-30 at Yale University in New Haven, CT and the DTS College Recruiting Tournament July 22-23 at Harvard University. These events provide prospective college recruits with exposure to college coaches at the Division I, II, and III level. This year’s events will attract coaches representing over 250 college programs and 355 players from 25 states and 5 foreign countries. For more details please visit For more details please visit www.donovantennis.com.