Megan Moulton-LevyGeneral Manager, JTCC Player Development
Among her many accomplishments – which include reaching the round of 32 at all four Grand Slams and achieving a top 50 doubles ranking on the WTA Tour – Megan Moulton-Levy brings first-hand experience at the highest levels of competition to JTCC as the General Manager of JTCC Player Development. In this role, she works with JTCC players, parents, coaches, and staff members to create an environment of excellence both on and off the court.
After graduating from the College of William & Mary, where she holds the record for the most combined wins in singles and doubles, Moulton-Levy competed on the WTA Tour from 2008-2015. She captured the WTA Monterrey doubles championship in 2014 in addition to winning 10 ITF doubles titles. She also attained a career-high world singles ranking of No. 237 and earned one ITF singles title. Prior to turning professional, Moulton-Levy earned a B.A. in Sociology from William & Mary in 2007 and completed a stellar collegiate career, rising to the No. 1 NCAA ranking in doubles and No. 7 in singles. The six-time All-American reached the semifinal round of the 2006 NCAA Singles Championship and the final round of the 2007 NCAA Doubles Championship. Moulton-Levy was also a two-time recipient of the National ITA/Arthur Ashe, Jr. Award for Leadership and Sportsmanship, an accolade that has served her well as a role model for JTCC’s players.
At JTCC, Moulton-Levy has helped implement the Think Tank program, an off-court training laboratory, which offers players sessions on a wide variety of topics, including match analysis, tennis history and handling activating events during competition. She has mentored players who have reached top 100 in ITF Junior world rankings, a DIII finalist, and DI players.
Moulton-Levy joined JTCC in January 2016 as a Senior Coach, through which she created tournament schedules and developed performance players. She assumed the Director of Mentoring role in January 2018, overseeing mentoring relationships throughout the Performance Pathway, before being promoted to her current role in September 2019.
Moulton-Levy is a PTR Certified Professional in Performance and holds a USTA High Performance Coaching Certification. She is also a USTA Faculty Coach.