Coach: Colin Griggs (first season)

Conference: MAISAD

Last year’s record: 3-6

Returning athletes: Senior — Madhurane Muthukumaraswany; Junior — Masataka Mita; Sophomore — Vedant Divekar.

Key loss: Max Peng.

Promising newcomers: Senior — Freddy Hohmann; Juniors — Pablo Serrano, Delano Brown; Sophomores — AJ Meo, Ryan Caggiano.

Season outlook: The outlook heading into the spring looked pretty promising for the Lumberjacks as three different players who played singles matches last spring returned for 2017 campaign. While the challenge matches are still ongoing, it is possible that none of them will break into the singles part of the lineup this spring because the newcomers have entered with lots of poise and confidence. As a result, it marks one of Hebron’s strongest and deepest rosters in many years. Hebron has not won the MAISAD title on the boys’ side since 2001, but this could be the year that that streak ends.

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