New Johns Hopkins Tennis Courts Ready for Spring Season

Blue Jays To Debut New Courts in March 2015


Buxbaum, Walsh Compete at USTA/ITA National Small College Championship

Buxbaum Finishes Fourth in Singles


Amherst Holds off Johns Hopkins, 5-4

Buxbaum Wins at Singles and Doubles

Men's & Women's Tennis: Centennial Conference Championships
Both the men's and women's tennis teams finish the season undefeated in conference play
New Tennis Courts
Johns Hopkins renovated its on-campus tennis facility in 2014
Men's Tennis Centennial Conference Championship
Johns Hopkins won its eighth straight and ninth overall Centennial Conference Championship on May 4
Men's Tennis - 2014
Johns Hopkins hosted McDaniel and Franklin & Marshall in April.

Nicholas Garcia
Nicholas Garcia


Miami, FL

High School:
John A. Ferguson

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 175


Amherst Holds off Johns Hopkins, 5-4

Buxbaum Wins at Singles and Doubles


Johns Hopkins Sweeps ITA Regional Singles and Doubles Championships

Buxbaum and Walsh Win Second Straight Doubles Title


Johns Hopkins Ranked Seventh in Final ITA National Ranking

Buxbaum Ranked in top 10 for Singles and Doubles


Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Holds off Johns Hopkins in NCAA Quarters

Blue Jays Fall to Top-Ranked Stags, 5-3


Quarterfinal Bound! Johns Hopkins Beats Mary Washington, 5-0

Blue Jays Advance to NCAA Quarterfinals For Second Time in Three Years

2014: Went 9-7 in singles and 19-6 in doubles • ranked as high as 18th in the nation and fourth in the Atlantic South in doubles • won nine straight doubles matches from February 21 to April 12 • went 4-1 in doubles in the postseason.

2013: Went 9-1 in singles and 11-7 in doubles • finished as runner-up in doubles at ITA Southeast Regional • advanced to round of 16 in singles at ITA Regional • lost first singles match of the season and then did not lose again that season • won nine straight doubles matches from April 2 to May 11 • went 3-1 in doubles in the postseason.

Personal: Nicholas Garcia • majoring in mechanical engineering.

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