Jay Nerenberg was the number one singles tennis player at RBC from 1985-1988. During that time, the team won two Division Championships. Each of his four years Jay was named to First Team All-Shore. He was All-State in 1987 and 1988. The highlight of his RBC career was winning the overall NJISAA Singles Championship in 1987 under the guidance of Coach Marley. The 1987 season featured some of the best players to ever come out of the Shore Conference. Four of the players were highly-regarded national recruits which added to a very competitive State Tournament. Jay completed his high school career with only two losses.
He went on to play at Georgia Tech for four years and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Management. He has worked for 18 years in education at Howell Township. Tennis is still a big part of Jay’s life. He returned to RBC as a coach from 2009-2013, and continues to play and give lessons. Jay lives in Wall with his wife and two daughters. He will be inducted into the RBC Athletic Hall of Fame at a ceremony on June 17th in the RBC Vincent J. Eck Student Center.