USTA Announces 2023 Collegiate Summer Team

Fiona Crawley, 2022 All-American Championships
Fiona Crawley, 2022 All-American Championships

ORLANDO, Fla., June 8, 2023 – The USTA today announced the 10 top American college players named to the 2023 USTA Collegiate Summer Team, the training program designed to help America’s premier college players assimilate to professional tennis in a team-oriented environment via USTA Player Development:

2023 USTA Collegiate Summer Team


Alafia Ayeni, Kentucky (23, San Diego)

Nishesh Basavareddy, Stanford (18, Carmel, Ind.)

Murphy Cassone, Arizona State (20, Overland Park, Kan.)

Ethan Quinn, Georgia (19, Fresno, Calif.)

Eliot Spizzirri, Texas (21, Stamford, Conn.)


Chloe Beck, Duke (21, Athens, Ga.)

Reese Brantmeier, North Carolina (18, Whitewater, Wisc.)

Fiona Crawley, North Carolina (21, San Antonio)

Madison Sieg, Southern California (19, Greenwich, Conn.)

Mary Stoiana, Texas A&M (20, Southbury, Conn.)

Each of the players was selected based on a number of criteria, including rankings, individual collegiate tournament results or Intercollegiate Tennis Association honors. Players on the team are eligible to receive a grant for travel to USTA Pro Circuit events and coaching support over the summer.

Louisville’s Mario Rincon and Oklahoma State’s Martin Redlicki will travel with and coach the men. Vanderbilt’s Hayley Carter and Southern California’s Danielle Lao will travel with and coach the women. All four coaches will also provide assistance to any American collegians playing at tournaments throughout the summer. The program is led by USTA National Coach Maureen Diaz. 

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