Immediate Release: March 12, 2011
Contact: Sonia Rosario (email@example.com)
Tennis standout Jain has forged legacy of winning on and off courts
Senior tennis player Arnav Jain has produced many memorable moments on the tennis courts in his young career. From winning a national title in India at age 16 to becoming the first Bearcat to post a singles win in the NCAA tournament, Jain has built a championship legacy. His parallel performance as a scholar-athlete and his path from Mumbai, India to Binghamton University is explored in this feature.
you start playing tennis?
you like most about tennis?
most difficult about tennis?
it feel winning the Under 18 National Championship in India as
a 16 year old?
you choose to go to Binghamton University?
the transition coming from India to Binghamton?
the struggles you faced coming from India to the United States?
it feel to become the first Bearcat to post a singles win in
the NCAA tournament with a 7-6, 6-0 win at No. 5 singles?
your biggest memory from the 2009-2010 season?
How is it
being a student-athlete here at Binghamton?
senior this year, what would you like to achieve?
How do you
feel about everyone on the team being from different countries?
your role models? Why?
parents ever been able to watch you play tennis here?
understand what it's like to play tennis on a college team?
you short and long term goals?
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