About the Program

The men's tennis team at Bowdoin College dates back to the turn of the century and is one of the most respected programs in Division III. The team plays an extensive fall and spring schedule and is consistently one of the top programs in the nation.

Over the last decade, few programs can match the success of the Bowdoin men's tennis team. The program plays in the most competitive conference in the nation, the NESCAC, and has made multiple appearances in the conference championship match, including the program's first-ever NESCAC title in 2008.

In 2016, the program's ascension on a national level culminated with the team's first-ever NCAA Championship - the first-ever by a Bowdoin men's program - with a 5-0 win against Middlebury in the national title match.

Numerous Bowdoin players have earned national honors, including Oscar Pena and Stephen Sullivan, who won the NCAA Division III doubles championship in 2011.

Conor Smith, the 2016 ITA Division III Coach of the Year, has led the program since 2011. Feel free to contact him at csmith1@bowdoin.edu