Men's Tennis

ITA Scholar-Athletes

STANFORD, Calif. – Excelling in the classroom and on the court, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced 24 Stanford tennis players have been named ITA Scholar-Athletes. Nine athletes qualified from the women's team, while the men's team added 15. Both programs were selected as ITA All-Academic Teams.

In order to qualify for the honor, athletes needed to maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher during the current academic year. To be named an ITA All-Academic Team, the programs needed to have a 3.2 grade point average or higher.

The men's team finished the 2021 season as Pac-12 champions in men's tennis for the first time since 2015, while the title was the program's first in outright fashion since 2003. The Cardinal went 11-6 on the season with a 6-1 mark in Pac-12 play, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The Cardinal women finished 15-5 overall and 8-2 in Pac-12 play during its 2021 campaign, representing perhaps the most unprecedented season in school history both on and off the court. Stanford was unable to defend its NCAA and Pac-12 championships, resulting in a rare early postseason exit. The two-time defending NCAA champion Cardinal was eliminated by host Pepperdine in the second round, signaling its quickest postseason exit since the field was expanded to 64 teams.


Men's Tennis (15)

Tristan BoyerUndeclared
Aryan ChaudharyUndeclared
Arthur FeryUndeclared
Axel GellerEconomics
William GenesenScience, Technology & Society
Filip KolasinskiUndeclared
Christian KontaxisBiology
Tomas KopczynskiUndeclared
Alex LeeUndeclared
Kento PereraComputer Science
Neel RajeshUndeclared
Alexandre RotsaertScience, Technology & Society
Timothy SahComputer Science
Sangeet SridharUndeclared
Dean StratakosUndeclared

Women's Tennis (9)

Emily ArbuthnottEconomics
Angelica BlakeUndeclared
Ana GellerUndeclared
Michaela GordonScience, Technology & Society
India HoughtonUndeclared
Emma HiguchiHuman Biology
Taylor LallasEconomics
Nicole MossmerUndeclared
Janice ShinScience, Technology & Society