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Middle School Tennis - Boys

Team Information

Middle School Boys Tennis


Team Roster

# Name Position Class
Kiran Agarwal 2028
Tej Bakaya 2029
Henry Blau 2029
Kayden Chalfoun 2029
Ishan Desai-Green 2028
Noah Egusquiza Bronstein 2029
Michael Fitzgerald 2029
Thomas Flick 2029
Rohin Hailey 2029
Thomas Irwin 2028
Kurt Kiang 2028
Rowan Kuick 2028
Caleb Kwon 2028
Henri Muller 2028
Bram Nadelson 2029
Aman Raval 2028
Matt Savastano 2028
Dylan Schmertz 2029
Fion Shi 2029
Joonkyu Shim 2028
Curran Somaiya 2028
Arda Susar 2029
Alejandro Villafana 2029
Steve Wang 2028


  • Bill has taught at the Packer Collegiate Institute, Bank Street School for Children, and the Berkeley Carroll School.
  • Alex Langbein has been affiliated with MKA for over 25 years---as a student (Class of 2003) and then as a teaching professional. Alex holds a BS in Sports Management and an MA in Early Childhood Education, both from Springfield College, Massachusetts. During his graduate studies, he was a Teaching Fellow and then selected as Class Marshall for his commencement. Alex has always been passionate about working with young children and was inspired to pursue a career in education and youth development by his experiences as a tennis professional. After completing his advanced degree and a short tenure as an in-classroom paraprofessional in the Essex Fells School system, Alex returned to his alma mater, initially as a Pre-K teacher and then, after five years, a Kindergarten teacher. His empathetic and caring approach helps each student achieve not only core competencies but also individual self-confidence and respect for fellow students. In addition to his classroom responsibilities, Alex coaches middle school sports at MKA, including the boys’ and girls' tennis teams and the boys' basketball team. His emphasis on inclusiveness for all players and good sportsmanship define his coaching style. Alex serves on key MKA committees (Health and Safety and School Status Advisory Team), liaising with faculty, parents, and administrative staff. For many years, he has been the consistently positive and enthusiastic morning greeter for the Lower School drop-off.