Meet Kyle Wolfe - Bowdoin Men's Tennis
Courtesy of Bowdoin Sports Information
Part of the most successful class in Bowdoin men's tennis history, Kyle Wolfe graduated as one of the most decorated players in school history while also leaving a legacy of leadership.
A two-time captain of the Polar Bear men's tennis program, Wolfe helped lead Bowdoin to a pair of NESCAC Championships and the 2016 NCAA Division III Championship during his time with the program. Playing in the top half of the ladder for Bowdoin his entire career, he finished second all-time at Bowdoin in both singles and doubles victories while earning All-American honors. But his leadership took the team to its greatest heights as the program posted back-to-back single-season win records in his two campaigns as captain (2016-17, 2017-18). As a result, he received the school’s Frederick G.P. Thorne Award for Outstanding Leadership.
Off the court, Wolfe was active as a member of Out Allies and the Polar Brain Alliance while also serving as a Brunswick Elementary School math tutor. A double major in economics and history, Wolfe was also a NESCAC All-Academic honoree.
“All of Bowdoin’s staff and students have a small piece in the success of our team," said Wolfe. "Representing that is special. Every time we wear our uniforms, we’re representing the values of the College and that’s an important way to impact the students and this place.”