Tennis

 

Coach Mowatt's Bio

Michael Mowatt is the varsity tennis coach and oversees the entire program. Coach Mowatt started coaching the varsity team in 2007 and his teams are consistently competing in the MIAA State Tournament, despite a one of the most difficult schedules in the state. His previous high school coaching experience was at Oliver Ames High School in Easton, MA, where his teams made it to the State Tournament eight out of 10 seasons. His most successful season came in 2000, when his OA team made it to the Division 1 South Final and ended the season with a 16-4 record. Overall, Michael is closing in on 200 wins.

Coaching Staff

Varsity Head Coach:  Michael Mowatt

Junior Varsity Coaches: Jack Raymer

Program Philosophy

Prior to Coach Mowatt taking over, Xaverian tennis was comprised of small, very talented teams numbering between 11-13.  Currently, Coach Mowatt's philosophy is to keep as many players as he can without taking away from one on one coaching.  Xaverian has recently created a Junior Varsity team, with a separate match schedule, which is coached by Rob Bruckner, who teaches Mathematics. They generally keep between 22-26 total players on junior varsity and varsity. Varsity is highly competitive, with many of the players competing is USTA tournaments and a majority of the players taking lessons in the off-season.

 

Varsity Roster

The varsity tennis roster will be updated in the upcoming weeks.




Tennis Schedule

Click here for the tennis schedule.
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