Men's Tennis adds Aaron Jumonville for 2013
Nashville native to join Blue Raiders next fallNovember 14, 2012 · @MTAthletics
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee men's tennis head coach Jimmy Borendame announced on Wednesday that Aaron Jumonville has signed a National Letter of Intent to join the Blue Raiders beginning in August 2013.
"Aaron is a huge addition," said Borendame. "He has a ton of weapons off the ground, a blue collar work ethic, and a great attitude. I first heard about Aaron when I arrived in Murfreesboro two years ago and have been following his success closely ever since. His coach, Tom Boysen, is one of the best coaches in Tennessee and has laid a solid foundation in Aaron's game. I anticipate Aaron continuing to get better and stronger over the next few months and arrive on campus in August ready to start in the singles lineup."
Jumonville, from Nashville, will be entering his senior season at Montgomery Bell Academy this spring under head coach Tom Boysen. He led Montgomery Bell to the 2012 Tennessee Division II Class AA state title, compiling a record of 13-3 at number one singles. Jumonville also earned a spot on the All-MidState Boys Tennis Team for the 2012 season.
He has been ranked in the top-100 by Tennisrecruiting.com and is rated a four-star recruit by the website. Jumonville is currently ranked in the top-25 in the USTA Southern Section. He placed fifth at a Bullfrog Southern Junior Cup event in Baton Rouge, La. in 2011 and won the Tennessee State Qualifying Junior Championships in 2010.
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