The Griffins Are On a Mission

The Women’s Tennis team has its eyes on the prize as they begin their season.


Joseph Salcido, Deputy Editor

Women’s tennis is ready to set the tone this season and is already off to an excellent start, leading the Pacific Coast. With Southwestern trailing behind, the team hopes to extend its lead even further. These women have been setting the standard in sports for Grossmont the past few years, and the former female coach of the year, Megan Haber, looks to continue the success and legacy she has brought to our tennis program.

When asked about the rewards and challenges of coaching in her Grossmont bio, Haber said: “Each year presents an opportunity to work with new athletes. It is very rewarding seeing these young women advance to greater levels, both athletically and academically.”

With Assistant Coaches Alexia Mercer, Amanda DiGiovanni and Matthew Worthington at Haber’s side, there is nothing this team cannot get done. February has been a success, even with the two losses. Grossmont has set itself in an excellent position coming into March as conference play begins, and the road to the show is all that will be on this team’s mind.


This article originally appeared in the March 2022 print issue of The Summit.