High Schools and Colleges Contribute Balls to Project Green Ball from Recently Completed Seasons

Now that the high school and college tennis seasons are winding down, we hope that coaches, players and athletic directors will remember Project Green Ball and contribute their dead balls to PGB’s tennis ball recycling initiative.

Member schools in the New England Prepatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) have been exceptionally supportive of Project Green Ball.  So far this spring, we have received commitments from Hopkins School, Beaver Country Day School, St. George’s School, Tabor Academy and Phillips Academy Andover to contribute balls to Project Green Ball.

In addition, the Maimonides School, Regis College, and the men’s tennis team at Boston College have committed to giving balls to Project Green Ball from the just completed season.

Special thanks to the following coaches for their support – Bill Ewen and Susan Bennitt (Hopkins), Josh Rilla (BCDS), Stuart Titus (St. George’s), Steve Sughrue (Tabor), Gregory Wilkin (Andover), Bruce Brumberg (Maimonides), John Ciarleglio (Regis), and Gennady Burakovsky (BC).

If your high school or college season is over, please reach out to us at info@projectgreenball.com to contribute your dead balls!


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