Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Cinda Holbach - Newcastle -
High School Kandi Kinney
Athlete
SW SL DW DL SW % DW %
Career 22 14 6 - 0.611 1.000
Season 17 - - - - -
rankings
USTA ITF ATA Singles Rank Doubles Rank Team Rank
751 - - 1 - 1
team
Wins Losses
17 -
Physical Attributes
USTA Section Hand Bench Press (max) Wingspan Vertical jump Avg. Serve MPH Best Serve MPH
New England L - - - 70 85
Tennis Honors

Jordan Friedland Award, 2016, 2017, 2018 - This award is given by the CLC YMCA to a junior tennis player that volunteers teaching younger kids tennis, exemplifies sportsmanship, and is a leader among peers.
MTA Junior Female Sportsperson Award, 2017 - This award is given by the Maine Tennis Association to one of the top tennis players in Maine who also shows good sportsmanship.
MTA Female Participation Award, 2018 - This award is given by the Maine Tennis Association to the female who has participated in the most Maine tournaments that season.
UTR Social Ambassador, 2018, 2019. UTR (https://myutr.com/) is a rapidly growing tennis ranking system that selected me as an ambassador for them.
USTA Net Generation Ambassador, 2018-2019. The United States Tennis Association (www.usta.com/) is the national governing body for US tennis. They chose 100 Net Generation ambassadors throughout the US to represent the new Ne(x)t Generation (https://netgeneration.usta.com/) of tennis.
2018, 2019 KVAC player of the year for LA Tennis
Lincoln Academy was KVAC First Team in 2018, 2019
2018 MVP Lincoln Academy High School Tennis - this award is annually given to the MVP of the LA high school tennis team.
2019 MVT Lincoln Academy High School Tennis - this award is annually given to the ‘Most Valued Teammate’ of the LA high school tennis team.
1st seed Region 3 for the 2018, 2019 High School tournament
All-State Varsity Girls Tennis Team 2018, 2019
State singles tournament 2018, seeded number 6, beat the number three seed, lost in the semifinals to the number two seed and eventual champion
State singles 2019, seeded 3 in the state
USTA Junior Team Tennis Summer 2018 and Winter 2019 State Champs 18 under (Maine Supreme Court)
Ranked 1st in Maine for USTA rankings in girls 16 and under
Ranked 7th in New England for USTA Women’s Open Singles

Tennis Additional

I contribute to sports by volunteering in the tennis community. I started volunteering at the Central Lincoln County YMCA around the age of 9, and have volunteered over 800 hours there teaching younger kids red and orange ball tennis since then. The past two years, I have traveled around New England to volunteer at NJTLs. NJTLs (http://www.ustafoundation.com/njtl/) are National Junior Tennis and Learning non-profit organizations throughout the US that provide free or low-cost tennis and education to under-resourced youth. One memorable program was when I went down to The Sportsmen’s Club in Dorchester, MA to volunteer at a free program called Volleys Against Violence, where police officers integrate into the tennis program to develop healthy relationships with the kids. I am also a Tennis Without Borders ambassador, and one of the founding junior members of the organization. Tennis Without Borders (tenniswithoutborders.net) is a grassroots 501 © (3) organization that provides tennis equipment, coaching, and school supplies/fees globally and locally. This past February break, I traveled with Cinda Holbach, a Tennis Without Borders leader, to Jamundí, Colombia on a volunteer trip to the Raul Ordonez Tennis Fundacion to donate clothes, shoes, school supplies, and tennis equipment to the kids, and contribute by teaching tennis to the children there. Raul Ordonez currently runs the program but also is living with ALS, and he started the program after being on the professional tennis tour and wanting to do something for the community he grew up in. This was a truly life changing experience, and I still don’t have words to describe it. Something touching about the trip was seeing the different culture (we got a salsa lesson!), but also that all of the kids in the program spoke Spanish (and no English), a language I’ve only been speaking for two years. Even so, I became really good friends with them. In addition, I volunteer locally at the CLC YMCA each weekend for Stay & Play. Stay & Play is an NJTL that provides free food, tennis, and art to children in the Midcoast area. This year, Stay & Play won New England NJTL of the year for 2018, which shows all the hard work we have put into the program.

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Lincoln Academy
School City
Newcastle
School State
ME
Guidance Counselor
Sarah Wills-Viega
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
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School Size
550
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
Class B
Other Academic Information
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Personal


First Name
Caitlin
Last Name
Cass
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Gender
F
Height
5'8"
Weight
145
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I started volunteering at the Central Lincoln County YMCA around the age of 9, and have volunteered over 800 hours there teaching younger kids red and orange ball tennis since then. The past two years, I have traveled around New England to volunteer at NJTLs. NJTLs (http://www.ustafoundation.com/njtl/) are National Junior Tennis and Learning non-profit organizations throughout the US that provide free or low-cost tennis and education to under-resourced youth. One memorable program was when I went down to The Sportsmen’s Club in Dorchester, MA to volunteer at a free program called Volleys Against Violence, where police officers integrate into the tennis program to develop healthy relationships with the kids. I am also a Tennis Without Borders ambassador, and one of the founding junior members of the organization. Tennis Without Borders (tenniswithoutborders.net) is a grassroots 501 © (3) organization that provides tennis equipment, coaching, and school supplies/fees globally and locally. February break 2019 I traveled with Cinda Holbach, a Tennis Without Borders leader, to Jamundí, Colombia on a volunteer trip to the Raul Ordonez Tennis Fundacion to donate clothes, shoes, school supplies, and tennis equipment to the kids, and contribute by teaching tennis to the children there. Raul Ordonez currently runs the program but also is living with ALS, and he started the program after being on the professional tennis tour and wanting to do something for the community he grew up in. This was a truly life changing experience, and I still don’t have words to describe it. Something touching about the trip was seeing a different culture (we got a salsa lesson!), but also that all of the kids in the program spoke Spanish (and no English), a language I’ve only been speaking for two years. Even so, I became really good friends with them. In addition, I volunteer locally at the CLC YMCA each weekend for Stay & Play. Stay & Play is an NJTL that provides free food, tennis, and art to children in the Midcoast area. This year, Stay & Play won New England NJTL of the year for 2018, which shows all the hard work we have put into the program.

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