News and notes from across the L.I. tennis community
  | By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff





Syosset’s Levine leads Duke to Sweet 16
Josh Levine of Syosset, N.Y. led Duke University to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Championships. As a junior, Levine went 19-14 in his singles matches, including a 6-0, 6-3 win over South Carolina State’s Stanislav Baco in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.







Massapequa’s Ammendola helps lead Bryant to Northeast Conference Championship
Devlin-Ann Ammendola of Massapequa, N.Y. helped lead the Bryant Women’s Tennis Team to the Northeast Conference championship and reach the Division I NCAA Championships for the first time in program history.


Point Set concludes Rookie and Futures Leagues
Point Set Tennis Club recently finished its Rookie and Futures Leagues. The winners of the Futures League were Rachel Halpert and Paige Vesley, while Josh Levy, Patrik Kana, Dean Eigen and Mateo Barreocanal won the Rookie League.



Roslyn JV and Varsity teams host clinics for local kids
Boys and girls from the Roslyn’s Junior Varsity and Varsity Tennis teams recently hosted two clinics for kids in the Roslyn community. “The clinics exceeded expectations due to the enthusiastic involvement of the players. Everyone involved with Roslyn tennis truly loves the sport and wants to see the sport grow in our area. It's always nice to see the high school players show their commitment to the sport and to their community by giving their time to volunteer at these clinics,” said Roslyn Head Coach Kerri Jannotte-Hinkley. “The younger players are excited to play tennis with ‘the big kids’ and it makes everyone feel as though they are part of something great. We are very proud of all of the players that participate in these clinics and hope to hold many more in the future.”


Columbia Coach Endelman presents clinic at Bethpage Park Tennis Center
Columbia University Associate Head Coach Howard Endelman recently hosted a clinic at Bethpage Park Tennis Center, working with the club’s junior and college players as a part of their June training program.


Great Neck North’s Delman & Kashfi make waves at State Championships
Great Neck North’s duo of Alan Delman & Simon Kashfi finished third in Nassau County and went on to reach the Round of 16 in the New York state championships. The two train at Great Neck Estates. Pictured below is Delman & Kashfi with Great Neck North head coach Mike Kazin (center).