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Tennis at Maclay

In 2002, Nick Meros won the boy’s individual title to become Maclay’s first Individual State Tennis Champion. The team would reach the State finals for the next three seasons, from 2003-2005. During the 2005 season, the team won both the District and Regional titles on their way to State. During the 2008 and 2009 seasons, the team would win City’s, Districts, and Regionals and finish fifth at State both years. In 2011, the team won its 11th Regional title with the help of duo Brett Landau and Chris Perrigan, who won doubles at State. The girls’ tennis program began in 1974. In 1995, the Lady Marauders won Districts after posting a 9-3 record. The following season, the #1 Varsity doubles team of Shivonne Edwards and Jenna Bridges won Districts and advanced all the way to the State Finals. The team would win another District title in 1999, defeating NFC by 15 points. During the 2006-2007 season, the team went on to finish tied for 4th at State after winning both the District and Regional titles. In 2013, the team would again win the City, District, and Regional championships on their way to State, where they finish tied for sixth. Two years later, the team would finish third at State, one of their highest placements in recent memory. In 2016, they would capture the District and Regional titles to advance all the way to State, and in 2017 the team made it to State for the third year in a row.   

Tennis Support

Brandon Li
JV Head Coach   

Katie  Newman
MS Head Coach  

Oliver Foreman
Director of Tennis Operations    

2024 Marauders

Maclay Tennis Academy in partnership with Elite Junior Tennis

Coach Foreman was born in Great Britain and came to the United States to compete at Middle Tennessee State where he was ranked as high as No. 5 in the national doubles rankings.  He was a member of the Professional Tennis Tour from 2002-2004 and won the 2002 Irish National Open in both the doubles and singles divisions.   He also made it to the final pre-qualifying round for Wimbledon in 1998 and 2000. He was an ATP ranked player before retiring to coach at Florida State University as an Assistant Head Coach.

While at FSU, Coach Foreman was one of the most highly decorated coaches in Division I college tennis and helped lead the Seminoles to an 8th straight NCAA appearance in 2013. In his last year with FSU, Coach Foreman established Elite Junior Tennis of Tallahassee, FL. The program started with only eight juniors and has since expanded to over 120 members, some of whom are among the elite players in Florida and South Georgia.  

As Director of the Maclay Tennis Academy, Coach Forman oversees all tennis instruction and teams at Maclay School.

Coach Oliver Foreman
Director, Maclay Tennis Academy
Owner/Founder of Elite Junior Tennis

Lewis Field House

The Lewis Tennis Field House has been an enduring dream of the Maclay Tennis program.  We are thrilled to announce that after much time planning and bringing this dream to fruition, this facility is now open for use by the members of our Tennis program and other athletic teams.  The facility provides locker rooms for the tennis teams, a covered area for training, meetings, and concessions, restrooms for the players and spectators, and an office and storage area for the tennis coaching staff.  The Lewis Tennis Field House is named in honor of lead donors, the John and Ellen Lewis Family, and was made possible through their support along with the generosity and leadership of the donors below.

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