Raton resident Jesse Levine put together a 24-1 freshman-year record at the University of Florida where he achieved All-American status and was named the National Rookie of the Year by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. He was 21-0 in dual matches during the regular season, and reached the NCAA quarterfinals in his only collegiate season. The Ottawa-born lefty reached a career-high No. 69 in the world in ATP World Tour rankings in 2012. His singles title at the Nashville Challenger (2007) was the first of five career Challenger titles in eight finals. He reached his first ATP doubles final in 2009 in Houston. Levine represented the US in Davis Cup competition from 2007 – 2012, but became eligible to play for Canada in 2013. His junior career was highlighted by the 2001 US Clay Court 14 Nationals singles championship won as a 13-year-old, the USTA boys’ 16s doubles title at 16, and the 2005 Junior Wimbledon doubles title at 17. He also reached the Junior Wimbledon singles quarterfinal in ‘05. Following his playing career, Levine spent nearly a year coaching WTA pro Madison Keys.