Joshua Palmer
    Joshua Palmer

    Dalton, Pa.

    High School:
    Abington Heights


    Men's Tennis Takes Down Nichols

    Harrell Wins One Singles; 6-0, 6-2


    Over 200 UConn Student-Athletes Honored By BIG EAST

    Honoress showed success in both academics and athletics


    Huskies Close Regular Season With 7-0 Victory Over Sacred Heart

    Senior Dave Adams extended his winning streak to four matches in singles play.


    Men's Tennis Edged By Bryant, 5-2

    Scott Warden and Jacob Spreyer rallied from down 5-0 to take their match at No. 1 doubles.


    Men's Tennis Falls at Villanova and Georgetown

    Huskies downed by Villanova, 4-3; Georgetown Wins, 7-0

    Joshua Palmer

    Born: May 15,1992

    Hometown: Clarks Summit, PA

    Parents: Sandy and Meade Palmer

    Siblings: None

    Major: Physiology and Neurobiology

    Why did you choose UCONN: I chose UConn because I wanted a competitive out-of-state university and it also offered my major, a huge part of my decision.

    Hobbies: I play pickup basketball and I play on a coed water polo team.

    High School awards & recognitions: National Honor Society. MVP high school tennis all 4 years. Accumulated 9-district gold medals, in singles, doubles and team competition. Was ranked in the top 15 in Pennsylvania. Scored the highest on my 10th grade honors biology lab practical (93).

    How would you describe your game: Aggressive serve, I use my forehand to open up the court and finish the point off points at the net with a volley or overhead.