The CBA Tennis Program competes in the highly competitive Suburban Council, Section 2, Class B, which prepares our student athletes for sectional play, and has recently added an intramural program designed for younger students who are interested in learning tennis or are just too young to compete at the varsity level.
Practices are now at Tri City Fitness, a tennis club in Latham that is owned by a CBA graduate, Joseph Clemente ’77. Being able to practice indoors in Upstate New York is definitely a benefit at the beginning of the season.
Dee Fallati is the new varsity head coach. She is looking forward to continuing the building and growth of the tennis program at CBA.
The CBA Tennis Program competes in the Suburban Scholastic Council, Section 2, Class B.
CBA made the Section 2 Semi Finals at the Class B level both of the last two years.
Player Michael Kendrick finished 2nd in Section 2 in individual sectionals and represented CBA at the NYS Tournament in Flushing, NY at the US Open.