- Coach Joseph Gilbert winning the Developmental Coach of the Year in 2013 award by the US Olympic Committee. In his career coach Joseph produced National Champions and top national players of all junior age groups. His players earned the full scholarships to top colleges.
- Won the 2013 National Championship in Kalamazoo as the first unseeded player in the history of this event
- 2015 NCAA title in his freshman year at University of Virginia
- 2016 Defended NCAA title
- Playing in the main draw of 2013 US Open. As the national champion Collin earned the wild card for the main draw where he lost in three sets to the top world German player Phillip Kohlschreiber
- Playing in the National Championship finals at Kalamazoo in 2014 and playing in the US Open qualification. In 2014 Collin fell just short of defending his 2013 title losing only in the finals. This result earned him qualification in the 2014 US Open.
- Finalist in $25,000 Futures in Newport Beach (January 2017)
- 2017 ITA National Indoor Champion with University of Virginia
- 2018 $25,000 Long Beach Futures - Winner
- Won the Boys 12 National Championships in 2013. JMG had an outstanding 2013 year when Jenson Brooksby added his national champion title to Collin's win in Kalamazoo.
- 2015 Clay Court National Championship Finalist (B14)
- 2016 Clay Court National Championship Finalist (B16)
- 2016 National Championship Finalist (B16)
- 2016 3rd Place Winter Nationals
- Main draw Futures in Newport Beach (January 2017)
- Won the Boys 18's 2015 Winter National Championship. Austen extended the JMG National Champions collection by winning the Winter National Championship in Scottsdale, AZ.
Karl Lee (click for accomplishments)
- 2014 USTA WINTER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (Boys 12) - Gold Ball Doubles
- Silver Draw Finalist
- 2015 EASTER BOWL (Boys 12) - Doubles Winner
- 2015 USTA NATIONAL CLAY COURT CHAMPIONSHIP (Boys 12)
- Sliver Ball Singles
- Silver Ball Doubles
- 2015 USTA HARD COURT CHAMPIONSHIP (Boys 12) - Gold Ball Doubles
- 2016 USTA NorCal Sectional Championship (Boys 16) - 3rd Place
- 2016 Zimmerman/Johnson USTA National Championship (B14) - Winner
Jessi Muljat (click for accomplishments)
- Ranked #4 in the United States for seventh graders (The Tennis Recruiting Network).
- Rated as a Blue Chip by the Tennis Recruiting Network.
- Ranked in the top 10 in Girl’s 16’s in Northern California at age 12.
- Winner of Diamond Hills Junior Championships (G16).
- Winner of Rio del Oro Championships (G16).
- Winner of West Coast Championships National Tournament (G16).
- Winner of National Tournament Tucson AZ (G12).
- Winner of Natomas Doubles Excellence (G14).
- Winner of Johnson Ranch Championships Doubles (G14).
- Winner of Courtside Championships Doubles (G14).
- Finalist at Spare Time Junior Championships (G16).
- Finalist at Johnson Ranch Championships (G14).
- Feed-In Finalist-National Tournament Stanford University (G16).
- Feed-in Champion, USTA National Open (G12).
- Feed-in Champion Fresno Excellence (G14).
- Played Number 1 position on Northern Cal Girls 12's Zone Team
- Finalist in the National Selection G16 Championship
- Winner of USTA International Spring Championship (G16)
- Earned a full scholarship to Arizona State University. Former national junior Fed Cup team player, Kassidy Jump signs with Arizona State University in 2012 and becomes a part of their division 1 tennis team.
- Earned a full scholarship to University of Virginia. After achieving the Blue Chip status and outstanding results, Camille committed to University of Virginia where she starts in the Fall 2016.
- Quarterfinalist National Selection Tournament: November 2014
- Semifinalist National Selection Tournament: October 2014
- Champion Northern California Sectional Championship: September 2014
- Champion Northern California Junior Excellence: August 2014
- Semifinalist National Selection Tournament (G18), February 2015
- Quarterfinalist ITF in Claremont: March 2015
- Quarterfinalist National Selection Tournament (G18), May 2015
- 3rd Place NorCal Sectional Championship (G18) June 2015
- Junior US Open
- Stanford University Scholarship
Austen Huang (click for accomplishments)
- Silver Ball, 2012 USTA National Hardcourt Championship B12 Singles
- Bronze Ball, 2013 USTA National Spring Championships, B14 Singles
- Silver Draw Winner at 2013 USTA Winter National Championships B14 Singles
- 2015 Zimmerman/Johnson International Championship Winner
- 2015 Junior Winter National Champion
- Signed with University of Columbia
- Won the USTA NorCal Sportsmanship award in 2015 & 2016
- Winner of 2013 Little Mo National Championship. Priya dominated the competition in the Little Mo National Championship in Austen, Texas and brought home a big trophy.
- Reaching Blue Chip status on Tennis Recruiting as a 6th grader in September 2016
- Winner of Stockton NorCal Excellence (G14) (January 2017)
- 2017 Easter Bowl Girls 12 Champion
- Multiple USTA NorCal Championship Champion
- 2017 National Winter Championship - G14 Finalist
- 2017 Orange Bowl - G12 6th place
- 2014 Little Mo National Championship Finalist.
- 2015 Little Mo National Championship Finalist
2014 10 Tennis tournament of the year.
- Coach Martin Kosan and JMG Tennis Academy won a trophy for the 10Tennis tournament of the year in 2014. 10Tennis is a new tournament circuit for young players directed by Michael Jessup. The tournaments are hosted in Northern and Southern California and the youngest players compete for the prize money and valuable prizes.
- The following players have been recognized for their improvement by The Tennis Recruiting Network: Luke Whalen, Kate Sexton,
- Tiffany Pham - Scholarship to University of Davis
- Christiana Ferrari - Scholarship to University of Pacific
- Andy Riggs - Scholarship to Whitman College
- Max Vogt - Scholarship to Bryant University
- Brandon Sutter - Scholarship to Stanford (2013)
- Kassidy Jump - Scholarship to Arizona State (2013)
- Bradley Wong - Scholarship to Tufts University (2013)
- Sean Alves - Scholarship to St. Marys University (2014)
- Luke Whalen - Scholarship to Westmont College (2014)
- Anatoliy Beynars - Scholarship to Seattle University (2014)
- Deric Wanland - Scholarship to Sacramento State University (2014)
- Bryant Johnson - Scholarship University of Redlands (2015)
- Collin Altamirano - Scholarship to University of Virginia (2015)
- Isabella VonEbbe - Scholarship to University of Davis (2015)
- Irene Granville - University of Norther Arizona (2015)
- Camille Favero - Scholarship to University of Virginia (2016)
- Mitchell Iwahiro - Scholarship to University of Davis (2016)
- Austen Huang - Columbia University (2017)
- Neha Gupta - Harvard University (2017)
- Arjith Jayaraman - University of Davis (2017)
- Abbie Mulbarger - Scholarship to San Diego State University (2017)