Tennis: Jacquelyn Rosen

Jacquelyn Rosen, now in her 7th year as Berkeley's head varsity coach and director of tennis, is the 2011 Hillsborough County Coach of the Year, having led the Plant High School girls tennis team to a state championship in 2011. In 2016 she coached Berkeley's boys doubles team to the state title. In 2017, she led the girls varsity team to district and regional championships and then onto states for the first time in over a decade.  As a junior player, Coach Rosen was ranked #1 in Florida and the United States in the girls 12's and #2 in the U.S. in the girls 14's. At age 14 she was ranked #1 in Florida in the girls 18's. She won three gold medals at the Maccabiah Games in Israel and turned pro at age 15. She has been the winner or runner-up of 14 WTA/ITF Women's Pro tournaments throughout the world.
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