The East Brunswick High School Boys Tennis team had a remarkable season in 2022-2023, winning the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament for the second year in a row and reaching the semifinals of the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 4 Tournament. The team, coached by Cory Widmaier, finished with a record of 23 wins and 2 losses, and was ranked No. 6 in’s final Top 20.

The team’s roster featured some talented players, such as Nathan Bernadskii, Tanuj Chandekar, Andrew Cui, Ajay Geria, Joe Guan, Carson He, Jayden He, Niyanth Ravi, Romit Shah, Siddharth Srinivasan, Aaron Tsui, Ryan Val, Jack Wong, Austin Yang and Srikar Yaramasu. Some of them were recognized for their achievements and awards, such as An Ning, who was named the Athlete of the Month in May and the First Team All-GMC. He also qualified for the state singles and doubles tournaments, along with Carson He and Jayden He, who were both Second Team All-GMC. Joe Guan was the Third Team All-GMC.

The team started the season with four consecutive wins against South Brunswick, Edison Magnet, Monroe and Old Bridge. They then participated in the Bryan Bennett Memorial Tournament, where they reached the final round but lost to Pingry. They bounced back with six straight wins against Edison Magnet, Monroe, Old Bridge, Rutgers Prep, Montgomery and J.P. Stevens.

The team also played in the Newark Academy Invitational, where they won the first round against Ridge but lost the semifinal round to Millburn. In the NJSIAA Tournament, they advanced to the semifinal round of Central Jersey Group 4 but lost to South Brunswick.

The team demonstrated their resilience and sportsmanship throughout the season, making their school and community proud. They showed their passion and dedication for the sport of tennis, and we look forward to seeing what they will achieve next season. Congratulations to the East Brunswick High School Boys Tennis team for their outstanding performance in 2022-2023!