It's a new era of tennis at Earlham College. With a new head coach known for developing tennis players - the future of Earlham College Women's Tennis has never been brighter. Playing a full schedule of 20 matches per year, traveling to tropical locations throughout the country during breaks to play tennis, and a small campus arms with 10 outdoor courts & 4 indoor courts - Earlham College is an upcoming division 3 program that will see much success over the next 10 years.
Combining our tennis resume with our national academic ranking - Earlham College is a school that can provide opportunities for immediate success on the tennis court and can give you an education that can set you up for life. Currently ranked in the top 4% of schools in the COUNTRY, one of 40 schools known to change lives, and a recent addition to the "top 40 most affordable schools in the country" list - Earlham College is waiting for tennis players like you to contribute to our outstanding reputation. Different from many other Private Liberal Arts Colleges, Earlham College has one of the top Pre-Medicine programs in the country, ranking even with Ivy league schools. Earlham boasts a 99% acceptance rate for students applying to Medical School, with 88% getting into their first choice. Other academic majors with high rankings include Computer Science, Business (with concentrations in Non-Profit Management, Economics, Finance, and International Business), Biology, and International Studies (every student at Earlham College can study abroad for FREE).
Head Coach Justin Roe took over the head coaching position at Earlham in February of 2015. Learn more about him here:
Coach Justin played division III tennis at Keuka College in Rochester, NY. After his senior camping, he left Keuka as the All Time Career Wins Leader and Doubles Wins in a Season record holder - securing his spot in the Keuka Wolfpack history books. After graduating from Keuka College in 2009, Justin moved to Buffalo, NY to get his graduate degree from SUNY Buffalo State in Higher Education & Sports Psychology, while also becoming the Assistant Tennis Coach at D'Youville College in Buffalo. After a successful coaching tenure in Buffalo and achieving a 4.0 cumulative GPA while gaining his masters degree, Coach Roe moved to Raleigh, North Carolina to teach & advise students at North Carolina State University and become a private tennis instructor. During this time, Coach Justin taught many division 1, 2, & 3 tennis players and counseled them in the area of Sports Psychology.
For a young coach, Coach Justin has gained great experience in training high-performance players to succeed on the court, in the classroom, and increasing their mental toughness while playing tennis.