Paul worked with Matz during his junior years, collegiate career at Stanford and during his 10-year pro career. Paul grew up in Rockville and he was a 1994 graduate of Sidwell Friends School in DC. He made history by becoming the first junior player to ever win 3 consecutive Kalamazoo titles in '92, '93 and '94. He later made history again when he became the first ever college player to win 4 consecutive team titles at Stanford University. Paul won 9 Gold Balls as a junior, won 4 NCAA team titles, he was a 4-time All-American, and reached a career high #58 on the ATP Tour. Paul was inducted into the ITA Collegiate Tennis Hall of Fame in May 2013.
Spencer worked with Vince during her junior years starting at age 9 through to her collegiate career at University of Florida. She is OSSA's most decorated female tennis player ever. Spence won numerous Gold, Silver and Bronze Balls during her career and she won the 2017 NCAA team title for Florida. Spence grew up in Potomac and was a 2013 graduate of Churchill High School. Spence finished Top 5 in the country in every age group and peaked at #2 in the country-- a feat unprecedented for any player. She won Gold Balls at Super National Hard Courts and Easter Bowl, and she won the prestigious Eddie Herr Championship.
Drew worked with Vince during his junior years, collegiate career at University of Virginia and during his brief pro career. Drew grew up in Clifton, VA and he graduated UVA in 2012. Drew won the 2010 NCAA Doubles Championship, competed in the 2010 US Open, 2010 and 2012 Citi Open, and was a 3-time NCAA team finalist for UVA. Drew peaked at #15 in NCAA singles rankings, #1 in NCAA doubles rankings, and made the Collegiate Team USA in 2010. In juniors, Drew reached #6 in the country in B18s and he trained with OSSA since he was 13 years old.
Maria worked with Matz during her junior years through to her collegiate career at University of Virginia. Maria grew up in Rockville and became the Co-Captain of the #15-ranked Cavaliers in 2013. Maria reached the NCAA Top 80 in singles, Top 20 in doubles, and won the NCAA Regional doubles title in 2011. Maria peaked at #26 in the country in juniors and won the Bronze Ball in Super National Hard Courts. Maria was also the #1-ranked junior in every age group in Mid-Atlantic Section for her career.
Lindsey worked with Vince during the last couple years of her junior career, collegiate career at University of Virginia and during her brief pro career. Lindsey grew up in Aldie, VA and graduated from UVA in 2012. Linds was the #1 singles and #1 doubles player for Virginia and she was the first female player in UVA history to become an All-American in singles in 2011. She won 3 pro level 10K tournaments and peaked at #973 on the WTA Tour in less than a year competing.
Peggy worked with Vince during the last couple years of her junior career before her collegiate career at University of Florida. Peggy grew up in Dallas, TX and began to "commute" to Maryland once a month after her and doubles partner, Spencer Liang, won the 2013 Easter Bowl together. Peggy peaked at #1 in the country in juniors and won Gold Balls at Super National Clay Courts and Super National Hard Courts. She played in 2 US Open Junior events in 2011 and 2013, where she brought Vince to coach her for the tournament. Peggy helped Florida win the 2017 NCAA team title. She is now enrolled in UVA's Law School.
Caroline worked with Vince during the last few years of her junior career before her collegiate career at Stanford University. Caroline grew up in Bluemont, VA and she helped Stanford win the 2016, 2018 and 2019 NCAA team titles. As a junior, Caroline peaked at #4 in the nation in G18s, a career high, and finished 4th at Super National Clay Courts and Top 8 at Super National Hard Courts. Caroline worked harder than any player in recent memory and her positive attitude led many of our current generation of players to emulate her work ethic.
Daniel worked with Matz during his junior years, collegiate career at Notre Dame and during his brief pro career. Dan grew up in Bethesda and he helped guide the Fighting Irish to the Big East conference title in 2008 and, as a freshman, had an incredible won/loss record of 19-1 in singles. Dan was an ITA Academic All-American, recipient of the Rockne Scholar Athlete Award in 2010 and 2011, and was awarded the Monogram Club Most Valuable Player Award in 2011. As a junior player, Dan reached the Top 20 in the nation in B18s and competed at all major Super National events. As a pro, he peaked at #869 on the ATP Tour in September of 2012. Dan graduated from Notre Dame in 2011.
Alex worked with Matz during his junior years through to his collegiate career at Stanford University. Alex grew up in Potomac and reached #1 in the country in juniors before going on to Stanford where he would win the NCAA Singles Championship for the Cardinal in 2000. Alex reached the Top 100 on the ATP Tour, won 2 NCAA team titles for Stanford, and was a Bronze medalist in the Pan-American Games in 2003. Alex also scored his best win of his career over #4-ranked Yevgeny Kafelnikov in the 2002 Australian Open in reaching the 3rd Round.