Jonathan Powell
Jonathan Powell
Height: 5-8
Weight: 154
Year: So.
Hometown: Norwich, Conn.
High School: The Williams School
Major: Undecided

Sophomore (2018-19): Earned All-UAA Second Team recognition for his play at no.4/5/6 singles… Was also ranked 10th with Anthony Kanam in the final Oracle/ ITA Central Region doubles rankings… Went 24-3 during the year in singles matches, good for the eighth-most singles wins and the second-best winning percentage (.889) in a single-season in program history… Saw significant time at the no. 3, no. 4, no. 5, and no. 6 positions in the lineup during the spring, going 19-2 in singles play during dual contests… Was 25-13 in doubles play during the campaign, marking the 16th-most doubles wins in team history… Went 15-11 in doubles matches during the spring, seeing all of his time at no. 1 doubles, including a 10-11 spring record with Kanam… Won 13-straight singles matches between February 23rd and April 13th, and secured wins in 17 of his last 18 matches of the year… Reached the quarterfinals of doubles draw at the ITA Fall Regional Championships with Kanam… Also made it to the round of 32 of the singles draw at the event… Ended his sophomore season with a 31-3 career singles record, with his .912 winning percentage marking the highest in program history… His 41 doubles wins mark the 19th-most over a career in program history, while his .695 winning percentage is the eighth-best ever by a Spartan.

Freshman (2017-18): Earned an All-UAA honorable mention during his freshman season for his play at no. 2 doubles with Neil Mabee, with the duo finishing the year with a 15-5 record together… Was 16-5 overall in doubles play during the year, and his .762 winning percentage ranked as the 14th-best in a single season in program history… Won eight of his last 10 doubles matches during the year, including a 2-1 record in UAA action… Added a 7-0 record in singles matches during the year, all in the spring… Was 4-0 as the team’s sixth singles player… Went 3-0 in singles play at the UAA Championships, including a pair of wins at no. 5 singles.

Personal: Was a four-year competitor for the tennis team at The Williams School, serving as a captain from his sophomore year through his senior year... Named his team's Most Valuable Player three times... Earned Honor Roll recognition all four years of high school... Born January 26... Son of Steven and Herma.