Pottish, Sipala Help Lead The St. John's University Men's Tennis Team Together - 27 East

Pottish, Sipala Help Lead The St. John’s University Men’s Tennis Team Together

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Dillon Pottish was a four-time All-State player during his time at Westhampton Beach.

Dillon Pottish was a four-time All-State player during his time at Westhampton Beach.

Dillon Pottish was a four-time All-State player during his time at Westhampton Beach.

Dillon Pottish was a four-time All-State player during his time at Westhampton Beach. FILE PHOTO

Richard Sipala attended Westhampton Beach his freshman and sophomores years but then transferred to Ross School in East Hampton for his junior and senior years.

Richard Sipala attended Westhampton Beach his freshman and sophomores years but then transferred to Ross School in East Hampton for his junior and senior years. FILE PHOTO

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, standing directly behind the Big East sign with the Big East Championship trophy, along with Richard Sipala, standing to Pottish's right, helped lead the St. John's men's tennis team this past season as head and assistant coaches.

Dillon Pottish, right, with one of his players.

Dillon Pottish, right, with one of his players.

Richard Sipala, left, a St. John's player, pro John Isner and Dillon Pottish.

Richard Sipala, left, a St. John's player, pro John Isner and Dillon Pottish.

Drew Budd on Dec 17, 2019
Dillon Pottish has found success wherever he’s been. As a six-year tennis player, playing varsity since seventh grade, Pottish earned All-State honors his last four years on the Westhampton Beach... more

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