September 7, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

A little bit of rain wasn’t going to stop UCLA’s Marcos Giron from winning the inaugural American Collegiate Invitational played at the U.S. Open Saturday afternoon. The top-seeded Giron of Thousand Oaks, Calif., downed Ohio State’s Peter Kobelt, 6-1, 6-3, to win the men’s title in the eight-player event played at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Saturday afternoon.

September 6, 2014
By Lonnie Mitchel

So the U.S. Open is wrapping up in Flushing Meadows, and if you are reading this, it is a safe bet that you love tennis and you are conflicted as to whether you are going out tonight or staying in and watching the matches on TV. Do you have tickets? 

August 14, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The USTA has announced that New York’s Jamie Loeb of the University of North Carolina and Mitchell Frank of the University of Virginia, will join NCAA champions Marcos Giron of UCLA and Danielle Collins of the University of Virginia, as competitors in the inaugural American Collegiate Invitational at the 2014 U.S. Open. 

August 6, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The USTA has announced that 2014 NCAA singles champions Marcos Giron of UCLA (21, Thousand Oaks, Calif.) and Danielle Collins of the University of Virginia (20, St. Petersburg, Fla.) will headline the American collegians competing in the inaugural American Collegiate Invitational Sept. 4-6 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y., with possible 2015 U.S. Open main draw wild cards at stake.

July 15, 2014
By Ricky Becker

Skidmore graduate Oliver Loutsenko left Skidmore with three All-American years under his belt, as well as being named Liberty Conference Player of the Year. Not just MVP of his team, but of the entire league. As a junior tennis player, Oliver had the opportunity to go D3 instead of D1.

June 3, 2014
By Lonnie Mitchel

If you have been following my columns, you should know by now that you have to advocate for yourself in life and on the tennis court. Recently at SUNY Oneonta where I serve as head tennis coach, I was asked to lecture on the topic of “Personal Responsibility and Making Change.”

May 21, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The University of Southern California Trojans men’s tennis team won its fifth title in six years, defeating the Oklahoma Sooners.

May 20, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The USTA has announced that the U.S. Open will feature a college tennis competition for the first time ever in 2014, inviting top American college players to compete in the inaugural American Collegiate Invitational, set for Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 4-6 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y.

May 5, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

Regular season champions Pratt Institute successfully defended their title with a dominating performance producing all nine flight champions to repeat as Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (HVIAC) men's tennis champions at the USTA Billy Jean King National Tennis Center.

April 9, 2014
By John W. Sherwood

As you begin the college search process, looking to balance your academic and athletic needs, there are a few secrets that will help ensure your success in finding a program that is right for you. 

April 7, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

Concordia College Head Coach Neil Tarangioli claimed his 500th career victory in men's tennis over the weekend. The feat came in a 5-4 come-from-behind victory against number13 Valdosta State in Pensacola, Fla. 

April 4, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

Senior Yanita Arnaudova tallied her third-consecutive victory at the number three singles slot to clinch the St. John’s women’s tennis team’s 5-2 win over inter-city rival Fordham on Wednesday afternoon.

March 20, 2014
By Ricky Becker

On the surface, it seems obvious. College coaches want the best tennis players. This is true to a point. The tense is incorrect. Coaches want players who will be the best tennis players. 

March 17, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The Queens College tennis bubble took another step forward in its renovation with the recent installation of improved lighting in the facility. The lights will now reflect light upward and not downward, thus improving the quality of play for the users.

March 13, 2014
By Steven Kaplan

Most serious young tournament tennis players from the local area aspire to transition from the junior ranks to college tennis. A college education is not the best path for every young person or every young tennis player, however, and some of the greatest tennis players of all time opted to skip college and had impressive careers.

February 18, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

After dropping its first three matches of the spring season, the Fordham Men's Tennis team came away with its first win, a 4-3 decision over Bucknell at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y.

February 18, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The Queens College men's tennis team will be holding tryouts for experienced players to join its Men's Tennis Team, a Division II varsity sports team.

February 13, 2014
By Ricky Becker

Many people feel overwhelmed when trying to create a list of tennis schools for their child. I have spoken with many who fear that they are missing out on a “diamond in the rough” college. 

February 6, 2014
By Adam Wolfthal

Max Schnur is currently in his junior year at Columbia University and a third year player for the Lions men's tennis team. New York Tennis Magazine caught up with Max following his championship victory at the 2013 National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

February 4, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

After winning its first-ever ECC Championship and making their second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance a season ago, the New York Institute of Technology men’s tennis team has been selected as the favorite to capture another ECC title in 2014.

February 3, 2014
By Lonnie Mitchel

Discover, develop and dedicate! How about completive excellence, having a player who will be a four-year impact player and maintain a GPA above the student body average? 

January 30, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The USTA has announced that College MatchDay, the nationwide series spotlighting college tennis, will feature 22 matches on 18 different campuses in 2014, 10 of which will be delivered by ESPN3.

January 3, 2014
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The reigning champion Stanford Cardinal women's team and Virginia Cavaliers men's team remain atop the ITA Division I Team Rankings, as released by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). 

November 15, 2013
By New York Tennis Magazine Staff

The Queens College Tennis Players Association (QCTPA) held their inaugural charity tournament at the Queens College Indoor Tennis Center on Nov. 13.