Menlo School senior Andrew Ball will not be following his older brother, Jamin, to Stanford University and continue his tennis career with the Cardinal.
Andrew Ball will be wearing red next season, but it will be the Crimson of Harvard University.
Ball made that commitment recently, deciding to follow in his father's footsteps instead.
Ball, a top-ranked junior in Northern California, has led Menlo to three Central Coast Section titles, three NorCal championships and two national tournament crowns in his first three years with the Knights.
During his time at Menlo, Ball has helped the Knights compile a dual-match record of 83-1. It's the best three-year record in school history.
Palo Alto High grad Caroline Martin is making an impact for Connecticut College in only her first season.
Martin had 19 kills in a 3-2 win over Amherst College on Saturday as the Camels improved to 5-2 in the NESCAC (14-2 overall). A night earlier in 3-1 win over Trinity College, Martin had 13 kills, three aces and 12 digs.
Also contributing for Connecticut College is Menlo School grad Anelise Hohl. The sophomore had 10 kills and hit.625 in the victory on Saturday.