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.
Andover High School
Methuen High School
USTA Junior Team Tennis Round Robin Format- Singles and Doubles March 31st at Tufts(Boys), April 14th at Brandeis(Girls and Boys), April 14th at Gordon(Girls), April 21st at Harvard(Girls and Boys), April 28th at Babson(Girls and Boys) Cost is $25 per player/per event. All registration is on TENNISLINK For more information, please contact Kristen Liteplo atliteplo AT newengland.usta DOT com
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.
Wheelchair tennis is one of the fastest growing wheelchair sports and is played all over the world. Clinics are geared towards people with mobility disabilities such as spinal cord injuries, amputees, spinal cord diseases, etc. MIAA welcomes wheelchair tennis players in the regular season and tournament play utilizing USTA wheelchair tennis rules. Click here for a list of free clinics available to anyone this winter/spring.
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.
District A Mr. Christopher Warren, Assistant Principal, Lynn Classical VACANCY
District B Ms. Meghan Patrissi, Assistant Principal, Woburn High School Mr. Steve Fogarty, Athletic Director, Melrose High School
District C Ms. Diana Myers-Pachla, Principal, Foxboro High School VACANCY
District D Mr. Brian McCann, Principal, Joseph Case High School Mr. Joe Francis,Athletic Director, Somerset-Berkley
District E Mr. Michael Lucas, Principal, Tantasqua Regional High School Ms. Margaret Granados, Principal, St. John's High School Ms. Patricia Provost, Athletic Director, Notre Dame High School (W) Mr. Paul Scoville, Athletic Director, Southbridge High School
District F Dr. Vito Perrone, Principal, West Springfield High School Mr. Glenn Doulette, Athletic Director, West Springfield High School
District G Mr. Brian Cogswell, Assistant Principal, Lenox Memorial Middle and High School Mr. David Racette, Athletic Director, Drury High School
District H Mr. Jameson Pelkey, Assistant Athletic Director, St. John's Prep Ms. Julie Gosselin, Athletic Director, Mt. Alvernia
Coaches' Representative Mr. Bob Jampol Ms. Joan Cutter
Game Officials Representative Ms. Cynthia Borghesani
MASC Representative Mr. Geoff Swett, MASC
At-Large Dr. Andrae Townsel, Principal, Southbridge High School