John Healey
John Healey
Year: So.
Hometown: Columbia, Md.
High School: Atholton
Major: Management

2011-12: Posted a 16-8 singles record and went a combined 16-9 as one of team’s top doubles players…joined Kyle Gerber as the first doubles tandem in program history to qualify for the NCAA Championship Tournament…teamed with Gerber for a 12-6 record, including a 12-5 mark at No. 1, and finished the season as the No. 4 doubles tandem in the ITA Central Region…also partnered with Gerber to go 1-0 versus nationally ranked opponents and 5-1 versus regionally ranked foes…finished second on the squad in singles victories, competing mostly at No. 6 with a 10-2 mark…tabbed UAA Player of the Week on March 5 after compiling a 2-0 singles record and 2-1 doubles mark in three weekend matches, including earning the team’s lone point versus Division I Cleveland State…named UAA All-Academic.

2010-11: Posted a 13-13 singles record as a freshman…competed mostly at the No. 2 position…compiled an overall doubles record of 16-14…posted a 7-8 record along with Nicolas Howe as the team’s No. 1 doubles tandem…duo also finished the regular season ranked seventh in the ITA Central Region.

Personal: Earned four varsity letters at Atholton High School…named team MVP for four straight seasons…member of the Spanish National Honor Society…son of Jack and Mary Healey.