5/18/2015

Top-Ranked CMS Ends Johns Hopkins Season in NCAA Quarters

Stags Edge Blue Jays, 5-3, in NCAA Quarterfinals

5/12/2015

Buxbaum Named Centennial Conference Player of the Year

Sophomore Repeats as Player of the Year

5/10/2015

Elite Eight! Johns Hopkins Upsets Kenyon, 5-1, to Earn Quarterfinal Berth

Blue Jays Make Second Straight and Third Quarterfinal Trip in Four Years

05/04/2012
Men's & Women's Tennis: Centennial Conference Championships
Both the men's and women's tennis teams finish the season undefeated in conference play
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04/14/15
Men's Tennis vs. Bates
Johns Hopkins beat Bates, 8-1, in the first match on the Blue Jays new courts on March 21
04/14/15
Men's Tennis at ITA National Team Indoor Championship
The men's tennis team finished in fourth place at the 2015 ITA National Team Indoor Championship.
12/30/14
New Tennis Courts
Johns Hopkins renovated its on-campus tennis facility in 2014
 

Tanner Brown
Tanner  Brown

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
New Braunfels, TX

High School:
New Braunfels

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160



05/18/2015

Top-Ranked CMS Ends Johns Hopkins Season in NCAA Quarters

Stags Edge Blue Jays, 5-3, in NCAA Quarterfinals

05/12/2015

Buxbaum Named Centennial Conference Player of the Year

Sophomore Repeats as Player of the Year

05/10/2015

Elite Eight! Johns Hopkins Upsets Kenyon, 5-1, to Earn Quarterfinal Berth

Blue Jays Make Second Straight and Third Quarterfinal Trip in Four Years

05/09/2015

Johns Hopkins Defeats Kalamazoo, 5-0, in NCAA Second Round

Blue Jays Advance to NCAA Sweet 16

05/03/2015

Take Ten! Johns Hopkins Wins 10th Overall Centennial Conference Championship

Johns Hopkins Defeats Swarthmore, 5-0, in CC Title Match

Statistically Speaking: Ranks eighth in school history in career singles wins (46) • tied for 12th in career doubles wins (44) • ranks ninth in career total wins (90)

2014: Captain • named First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District and ITA Scholar-Athlete • named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • went 9-3 in singles and 12-2 in doubles • advanced to round of 16 in championship singles and doubles at the ITA Southeast Regional • missed fall season after suffering an injury at the ITA Southeast Regionals • ranked as high as 50th in the nation and sixth in the region in singles • ranked as high as fifth in the region in doubles • won two of three doubles matches at ITA National Indoor Team Championship • clinched win in Centennial Conference Championship match • went a combined 3-0 in the Centennial Conference Tournament (2-0 doubles, 1-0 singles) to earn CC Tournament MVP honors • won 10 straight doubles matches from February 23 to May 11 • went a combined 4-1 (3-1 doubles, 1-0 singles) in the NCAA Tournament.

2013: Named ITA All-American and First Team All-Centennial Conference in singles and doubles • named ITA Scholar-Athlete and to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll • ranked as high as 10th nationally and second in the Atlantic South in singles • ranked as high as fourth nationally and first in the Atlantic South in doubles • won ITA Southeast Doubles Championship and went on to finish fourth at the ITA National Small College Championship • advanced to semifinals of ITA Southeast singles championship • went 15-4 in singles and 17-10 in doubles • lost just one singles match from March 19 to May 12 • won six straight doubles matches from March 19 to April 6 • selected to NCAA Singles and Doubles Championship.

2012: Named ITA All-American and First Team All-Centennial Conference in singles • named ITA Scholar-Athlete and Atlantic South Rookie of the Year • tied school record for singles matches played by a freshman (28) and set record for singles wins by a freshman (22) • ranked as high as 24th nationally and fourth in the Atlantic South in singles • went 22-6 in singles and 15-8 in doubles • set program record for singles wins by a freshman • advanced to semifinals of ITA Southeast singles championship and quarterfinals of doubles championship • won 12 straight singles matches from March 31 to May 24 • lost just one doubles match from April 3 to May 13, going 8-1 during that stretch • clinched the win in the NCAA second round • advanced to round of 16 at NCAA Singles Championship.

Personal: Tanner Brown • son of Jimmy and Lisa Brown • father was a professional tennis player and was ranked as high as No. 42 in the world in singles • led team to four straight state championships • Dean's List student majoring in behavioral biology.

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