Pioneering with positivity 💪
Jermaine and Jarmere Jenkins have learned invaluable lessons while working with the Williams sisters, but finding fun along the journey is just as important as the hard work.
— USTA (@usta) February 26, 2021
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Monday, March 1, 2021
UVA’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council closed out #UnityWeek by posting personal messages from its leadership on its Instagram account.
This photo taken by University Communications photographer Sanjay Suchak sums up the weirdness that was the 2020-21 basketball season. You can also read this feature on the stories behind some of the paper people in the stands.
Black History Month
Our favorite part of the Black History Month coverage is sharing stories about the progress in the present. We also love stories about @UVAMensTennis fan-favorite and legend Jarmere Jenkins, so this is an intersection of those two Venn diagrams courtesy of the USTA. Among other topics discussed in the piece: “As Black men, working with leading Black women like the Williams sisters, Osaka and Gauff, the Jenkins brothers are pioneers in the coaching world—a predominantly white profession in a predominantly white sport.” Give it a read here.