Tilton School’s varsity boys’ tennis team competes in the competitive Lakes Region League. The goal of the program is to instill in each player a love for the game and to teach the skills necessary for a lifetime of playing. Coaches work to build and strengthen every aspect of a student’s current game allowing them to maximize the power of their tennis potential.
The team practices four days per week and competes in 12 matches played over a six week season. Each match comprises six singles matches and three doubles matches. Our practices are held on six outdoor hard courts on our main campus as well as four indoor “skills development” courts in our field house.
|Jean Eude Houinato||2025|
|Nicolas Pulin-De Medina||2024|
Tilton’s JV tennis team is a mid-tier program designed for beginning to intermediate tennis players. We practice four to five times a week and play one to two matches per week throughout the season. We play a competitive schedule against other Lakes Region Schools. Six to twelve players are needed to compete in the matches. Matches are comprised of six singles matches and three doubles matches. Our practices are held on six outdoor hard courts on our main campus as well as four indoor “skills development” courts in our field house.