THIS IS VIRGINIA men's tennis 2013 - 2015 - 2016 - 2017 ncaa national champions

The Virginia athletics department has evolved into one of the most successful in the nation as witnessed by its success on the field in both Atlantic Coast Conference play and NCAA Championship competition. Since 2002, UVA has won more ACC team championships – 82 – than any other school in the conference. During their proud athletics history, the Cavaliers have won 35 national championships, including 27 NCAA team titles. The Virginia men's tennis team has won four of those titles.

2013 ncaa champions

2015 ncaa champions

2016 ncaa champions

2017 ncaa champions

During their proud athletics history, Virginia teams have won 35 national championships across all of the sports, including 27 NCAA team titles. Men's tennis won four of those trophies in a five-year span from 2013-17

There have also been more than 20 Cavaliers to win individual NCAA Championships. UVA tennis players have won four singles titles and three doubles titles

2008 & 2009 NCAA Singles Champion Somdev Devvarman 
2009 NCAA Doubles Champions Michael Shabaz & Dom Inglot
2010 NCAA Doubles Champions Drew Courtney & Michael Shabaz
2013 NCAA Doubles Champions Mac Styslinger & Jarmere Jenkins
2015 NCAA Singles Champion Ryan Shane
2017 NCAA Singles Champion Thai-Son Kwiatkowski

In addition to its four NCAA team titles, the Cavaliers have also won six ITA National Team Indoor Championship titles

2008 ITA Indoor Champions
2009 ITA Indoor Champions
2010 ITA Indoor Champions
2011 ITA Indoor Champions
2013 ITA Indoor Champions
2017 ITA Indoor Champions

Since 2002, UVA has won more ACC team championships – 82 – than any other school in the conference.

Men's tennis has won 12 ACC Championships, tied for the most titles in conference history.

From May 14, 2006 though February 13, 2016, the Cavaliers won 140 consecutive dual matches against ACC foes, the longest winning streak in conference history, in any sport

Many UVA Men's Tennis alums have gone on to have successful playing careers on the ATP Tour and ITF tours as well as on the world stage

ATP Tour

2012 ATP 500 Citi Open - Dominic Inglot and Treat Huey

Virginia men's tennis alums have won 17 titles on the ATP tour. Somdev Devvarman and Brian Vahaly both rose into the top-75 of the singles rankings. Dominic Inglot and Treat Huey have both been ranked in the top-20 in doubles

Thai-Son Kwiatkowski - 2020 Newport Challenger

Additionally, UVA alums have won 40 ATP Challenger titles and countless Futures championships

Grand slams

Before the COVID-19 Pandemic disrupted the 2020 season, at least one Cavalier alum has played in a main draw each of the last 43 Grand Slam tournaments. Treat Huey and Dominic Inglot have both advanced to the semifinals of Gentlemen's Doubles at Wimbledon.

davis cup

Seven Cavaliers have represented their countries by being part of Davis Cup teams. Two members of the 2020 team, Carl Soderlund and Ammar Alhaqbani, both did so this year. Dominic Inglot was a member of the 2015 Great Britain team that won the cup for the first time since 1936.

Dominic Inglot - 2015 Davis Cup Champions


Somdev Devvarman represented India at the 2012 London Olympics, playing in the men's singles tournament. Dominic Inglot was a member of Great Britain's Olympic team at the 2016 Rio games, playing in the men's doubles tournament

"Nothing will be more important than the overall development of our men's and women's student-athletes and maximizing their potential will continue to take a total team effort on the part of many who believe in our cause. UVA Tennis has always been based on building a community of quality people around a student-athlete experience that produces exceptional leaders and human beings." Virginia Director of Tennis Andres Pedroso

coaching staff

2019 ACC Men's Tennis Coach of the Year Andres Pedroso
Associate Head Coach Scott Brown
Volunteer Assistant Brian Rasmussen

The benchmark for overall excellence in collegiate athletics is The Director’s Cup. Its points standings reflect NCAA Championship finishes for all sports. Virginia is one of just 12 schools to have been ranked in the top 30 of the final Director’s Cup All-Sports point standings every year since 1994. UVA has finished in the top-10 of the Director’s Cup seven times in the last 10 years.

In 2015 and 2019, Virginia won the Capital One Cup as the nation’s top achieving men’s athletics program. The Cavaliers won national titles in men's soccer, men's tennis and baseball in 2015 and took home the championship trophy in basketball and men's lacrosse in 2019.

2015 ESPY Awards Ceremony with the Capital One Cup. Men's tennis senior captain Mitchell Frank and former head coach Brian Boland were among the four individuals chosen to represent UVA at the ceremony
2013 White House Visit

Part of the University of Virginia athletics department’s mission to provide the best experience for its student-athletes and fans is to build and maintain the highest quality facilities in the country. This purpose is aimed at attracting and developing the best student-athletes annually and providing fans with a top-notch match day experience.

In 2020-21, the Virginia tennis teams are moving to a brand new outdoor facility located at the Boar's Head Resort, featuring six courts with seating for 450 spectators, a scoreboard and buildings for restrooms, audio-visual and storage. For more info: http://uvatennisfacility.com/

The outdoor courts will be adjacent to our indoor courts at the Boar's Head Sports Club, one of the top indoor tennis facilities in the nation, which includes six courts in an indoor tennis stadium with seating for 1,200 spectators. The facility has been the site of past ITA National Individual Indoor Championships and ITA Men's Mideast Regional Championships. The Boar's Head Inn, owned and operated by the UVa Foundation, is a staple of Tennis Magazine's annual 'Top 50 Tennis Resorts' rankings.

Master Plan

Our Vision Forward: The new athletics complex redefines how we educate our student-athletes by improving our facilities and the support we provide as they study to achieve academic excellence, develop the necessary skills to become citizen leaders for tomorrow and train to compete for championships.

The complex, with an estimated cost of $180 million, includes a Football Operations Center, an Olympic Sports Center designed to provide support to all 750 student-athletes competing in 27 varsity sports, three natural grass practice fields and the renovation of the McCue Center — the current home of Virginia Football and the primary office building for athletics administration and a majority of our coaches.


The excellence achieved by Virginia’s student-athletes has not been confined to competitive venues. Thanks to strong support systems, UVA student-athletes consistently excel in the classroom and participate in many extracurricular activities. In 2020, 496 Cavaliers were named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll that recognizes student-athletes who registered a grade point average of 3.00 or better for the entire academic year. The honor of honors is graduating from Virginia and making the walk down the Lawn.


The dedicated strength and conditioning and performance staffs at UVA maximize fitness and assist student-athletes to properly train, fuel and recover in preparation for competition. Each team has a dedicated coach to help utilize the most appropriate training methods each individual student-athlete based on his or her needs, end goals and baseline readiness. It is a holistic, athlete-centered process that focuses on the development and enhancement of physical qualities that underpin the general and specific needs of each athlete for his or her sport.


The excellence achieved by Virginia’s student-athletes has not been confined to competitive venues. Thanks to strong support systems, UVA student-athletes consistently excel in the classroom and participate in many extracurricular activities.

The athletics academic affairs staff oversees registration and eligibility requirements of a diverse group of student-athletes. They communicate directly with coaching staffs concerning student needs and progress. Along with dedicated staff members for each team, tutors and mentors are readily available for individual assistance. 


Director of Sports Nutrition Randy Bird is responsible for the development and coordination of optimal nutritional services at Virginia and for the nutritional development of its student-athletes. Bird consults with the coaches and student-athletes to provide direction and communicate the value of nutrition programs specifically designed to promote their health and performance.

Bird works with the a certified executive chef to develop menus for the training table that meet the needs of all of UVA’s teams and student-athletes. He also conducts cooking demonstrations and grocery shopping exercises to help student-athletes enhance their personal nutrition plans.


The mission of the department of sports medicine is to provide the "Gold Standard" of health care for Division I student-athletes. The "Gold Standard" is exemplified by having NCAA, Olympic and National teams look to UVA as the best product for prevention, treatment and rehabilitation for the elite athlete.


The mission of the University of Virginia Sport Psychology unit is to promote mental well-being, safety, and optimal performance in all aspects of student-athlete life. We respect and sustain our student-athletes’ autonomy, resiliency, and confidentiality. We provide confidential one-to-one meetings for members of all 27 of our Division-I sports. Through enhancing student-athletes' ability to embrace challenges successfully, we help optimize their experience in their roles as students, as athletes, and as community members. We also lead team meetings and consult with coaches and other support staff to enhance performance, communication, and coping skills of our entire Athletics Department. Our model of having two full-time licensed sport psychologists "in-house" in the athletics department is one of only four of its kind in the nation and sets the standard for other Division-I schools.


Located in the foothills of Virginia‘s Blue Ridge Mountains, Charlottesville is home to more than 43,475 residents with a metropolitan population nearing 200,000. Charlottesville is a small, thriving city, 120 miles from Washington, D.C.

The downtown area is an 18-block, brick-paved pedestrian mall with more than 30 outdoor cafes and restaurants, numerous modern theaters as well as several music venues. From April through October, Charlottesville celebrates Fridays After Five downtown, with free live music at its amphitheater, the Charlottesville Pavilion. Virginia’s John Paul Jones Arena hosts a number of attractions including concerts, family shows and community events. Performers like the Rolling Stones, U2, Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga and Charlottesville‘s own Dave Matthews Band have all been a part of the town’s music scene.

The countryside around Charlottesville and the neighboring areas, especially in the spring and fall, ranks among the most beautiful sites in the nation. For the outdoor lovers, there are plenty of hiking trails and vineyards to explore. The region is rich in history and offers numerous Civil War sites in addition to the homes of three early American Presidents – Monticello, home of the University's founder, Thomas Jefferson, Ashlawn-Highlands, home of James Monroe, and Montpelier, home of James Madison.

For years, Charlottesville has been chosen as one of the best places to live in the United States. It has been named: Best college town in the country by Traveler‘s Today; best town for food lovers by Wine Magazine; the country's favorite mountain town by Travel & Leisure; and most recently, the ‘Happiest City’ in America by US National Bureau of Economic Research.

The No. 1 ranked College Town in America by Traveler's Today


The University of Virginia provides a college experience unlike any other.

As one of the finest academic institutions in the world, UVA's purpose goes beyond education. We create the next generation of leaders. We usher in the breakthroughs of tomorrow. It is our responsibility to be a force for good in the world. Our graduates take these values with them and go on to achieve historic success. With a tenacious spirit, a life-long commitment to integrity, and an endless drive, we pursue a greater tomorrow.


The University of Virginia is distinctive among institutions of higher education. Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University sustains the ideal of developing, through education, leaders who are well-prepared to help shape the future of the nation and world. The University is public, while nourished by the strong support of its alumni. It is also selective; the students who come here have been chosen because they show the exceptional promise Jefferson envisioned.

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Virginia has many traditions held dear by Cavalier fans and alums that originated from its athletics program. The school colors of orange and blue are proudly displayed everywhere around Grounds and in Charlottesville. Cavaliers, Wahoos and Hoos are used interchangeably to refer to the University teams and players. Cavman, the beloved mascot of UVA, is a crowd favorite. Singing “The Good Old Song” is a tradition that dates back to the 1890s when fans welcomed back a victorious football team and it is still sung today when the Cavaliers score at football games and at the conclusion of all athletics contests as well as other University functions.

The passionate fan base is very vocal and loyal, while the ‘HooCrew,’ the UVA student fan group, won the 2015 Naismith Award for the nation’s best men's basketball student section. Wahoowa!