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    Andrew Ginzberg
    Andrew Ginzberg
    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Woodbridge, Conn.

    High School:
    Amity High

    08/06/2014

    UConn Places 180 Student-Athletes On American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team

    UConn had student-athletes honored in each varsity sport The American sponsors

    08/06/2014

    UConn Places 180 Student-Athletes On American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team

    UConn had student-athletes honored in each varsity sport The American sponsors

    04/22/2013

    Men's Tennis Season Ends in BIG EAST First Round

    Huskies Bounced by St. John's, 4-0

    04/12/2013

    Men's Tennis Splits With Bryant and SNHU

    Huskies Next in Action at BIG EAST Championship

    04/08/2013

    Men's Tennis Tripped Up by Wildcats

    UConn Drops BIG EAST Contest, 6-1

    Andrew Ginzberg

    High School: Attended Amity High School in Woodbridge, CT... Captained the tennis team and was team MVP... Was all-state and all-SCC... Scholar athlete first three years of high school.

    Born: Jan. 8, 1994

    Hometown: Woodbridge, Conn.

    Parents: Lynn and Jeff

    Siblings: 1 sister: Sami Ginzberg

    Major: Digital Media and Design

    Why did you choose UCONN:I chose UConn because I grew up in Connecticut and it was a perfect fit for me academically and also a perfect fit for me athletically. The day I decided I wanted to go to UConn was the day that I went on my official visit and met my teammates.

    Hobbies: Besides tennis, I love to watch movies, I write, I draw, and create things on my computer

    High School awards & recognitions: High School Honor Role, New Have All Area Tennis Team all four years of High School, High School Captain, High School MVP Senior Year, Back to back Southern Connecticut Conference championships, MVP of SCC tournament Senior year, All SCC all four years of High School, All State Senior Year,

    How would you describe your game: I definitely would describe my game as a big hitter. My strengths are in my lefty serve and my forehand. I use my power to push my opponents of the court, and then step in to put the ball away.