Three Sign With Commodores

Head coach Scott Brown announces initial members of 2024-25 recruiting class

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt men’s tennis head coach Scott Brown announced Wednesday the signing of three individuals to National Letters of Intent. Callum Markowitz, Giuseppe Cerasuolo and Jack Ingram will all have four years of eligibility remaining when they arrive on campus next fall.

Brown has now added five individuals in his first season in charge of the Commodore program, with Danil Panarin and Hugo Coquelin set to compete for Vandy in January.

“I am thrilled to announce the signings of Callum, Giuseppe and Jack, and I cannot wait for them to be wearing the Black & Gold for us starting next fall,” said Brown. “Similar to Danil and Hugo, the three will help enhance the culture we are growing with their professionalism, work ethic, value of academics and character. All three will have an immediate impact and will play a major role in the future success of this program.

“My coaching staff and I cannot wait to start working with them. Welcome Callum, Giuseppe and Jack. Anchor Down!”

Markowitz, originally from White Plains, New York, won a USTA Level 2 national tournament last month in Minneapolis, and he also reached the finals of a USTA national tournament in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the semifinals of another national event in Key Biscayne, Florida. Considered the third-ranked recruit in the state and fifth in the Middle Atlantic region, Markowitz is a blue chip recruit nationally who won the state section championship his junior season at White Plains High.

Cerasuolo made it to the quarterfinals of the USTA Winter National Championships nearly a year ago, and he reached the finals of the USTA Level 2 national tournament in Key Biscayne in February as well. Considered a five-star recruit, the Bayside, New York, native advanced to the Round of 16 in doubles competition at the USTA National Championships.

Currently the No. 1 ranked doubles player in the USTA’s Boys 18-and-under division, Ingram and his partner reached the semifinals of the doubles draw at the Easter Bowl while making it to the quarterfinals at both the USTA National Championships and the USTA National Clay Court Championships. The Austin, Texas, resident earned the Bronze Ball at the USTA National Doubles Championship, and he also advanced to the quarterfinals of three different USTA Level 2 and 3 national tournaments in 2023.