We’re wrapping up this year’s series on the top international collegiate tennis players with a look at the student-athletes from the UK who made their mark on the court this season. UTR compiled these rankings by sorting players based on their current UTRs (looking at the score, strength of competition and match history over the past three months) for a real-time view of their performance throughout the collegiate season. Sitting in the top seed for British collegiate women is Stanford University sophomore Emily Arbuthnott (UTR 11.84). The twenty-year-old hails from Harpenden, Hertfordshire and plays the No.4 singles spot for Stanford. She is their winningest player this year, maintaining a 30-4 singles record. Emily is an ITA Scholar-Athlete and was selected to the NCAA All-Tournament Team at the No. 5 spot in 2017. Prior to college, Emily competed in all four 2015 Junior Grand Slams and represented Great Britain at the U18 European Championships, U18 European Summer Cup, and U18 Grand Slam Challenge. Ryan Peniston (UTR 14.32), a senior at University of Memphis, closes out his collegiate tour as the top British male player. The 22-year old hails from Great Wakering and has led the Memphis Tigers to a historic season in the No.1 singles spot, with the team finishing the regular season with a 17-4 record, tying the team’s most regular-season victories since 2012. Peniston is ranked #43 in the ITA singles rankings and came to Memphis already carrying an ATP ranking. Prior to college, Peniston was a finalist in the 2013 Aegon British Junior Nationals and competed in various futures events, including the Great Britain F9 event in Bournemouth. Check out the top-10 British men and women below. You can click on their names to go to their UTR profiles and learn more about their play. See how this year’s Brits compare to last year’s top British players and be sure to check out the top Spaniards, Brazilians, Australians, Canadians and Americans in the 2018 collegiate tennis season. MEN: 1. Ryan Peniston-UTR 14.32-Great Wakering, GBR-University of Memphis 2.Julian Cash-UTR 14.21-Brighton, England-Oklahoma State University 3.Andrew Watson-UTR 14.13-Reigate, GBR-University of Memphis 4.Paul Jubb-UTR 14.09-Hull, England-University of South Carolina 5.Alastair Gray-UTR 14.02-Twickenham, England-TCU 6.Charles Broom-UTR 13.99-Hertfordshire, England-Dartmouth College 7.Henry Patten-UTR 13.97-Manningtree, UK-UNC Asheville 8.Hamish Stewart-UTR 13.87-Glasgow, UK-Tulane University 9.Jack Molloy-UTR 13.85-Gerrards Cross, England-University of California 10.Ewan Moore-UTR 13.79-Kilmarnock, UK-Tulane University WOMEN: 1.Emily Arbuthnott-UTR 11.84-Harpenden, GBR-Stanford University 2.Eden Richardson-UTR 11.70-Bath, England-LSU 3.Sabrina Federici-UTR 11.60-Westhoughton, England-Texas Tech University 4.Megan Davies-UTR 11.50-Wolverhampton, England-University of South Carolina 5.Lauryn John-Baptiste-UTR 11.22-London, England-Arizona State University 6.Emma Wilson-UTR 11.16-Newcastle, England-Fresno State University 7.Holly Hutchinson-UTR 10.86-Middlesex, England-Old Dominion University 8.Georgie Axon-UTR 10.74-Welwyn, UK-Auburn University 9.Lana Rush-UTR 10.70-London, England-Texas Tech University 10.Emily Smith-UTR 10.68-Birmingham, England-Vanderbilt University Sign up and get rated to see how your tennis skills compare to the best in college! You can also search your favorite schools and players to check out player UTRs, recent match scores and more.