Ohio State Career Honors
- First Team All-Big Ten (2018, 2019)
- 2019 ITA Indoor All-Tournament Team at No. 3 doubles
- 2018 ITA Midwest Region Rookie of the Year
- 2018 Big Ten Rookie of the Year
- OSU Scholar-Athlete (2018, 2019)
- Academic All-Big Ten (2018)
- Had a singles record of 26-8 and an impressive 24-3 doubles record
- Selected for the NCAA Singles Championship for the first time in his career
- Had 10 wins over ranked opponents
- Was ranked all season in singles with a career-high rank of No. 23 for three weeks
- Lost just two doubles match in the spring
- Opened the year by making a run to the consolation finals at the All-American Championship, knocking-off a pair of top-11 ranked players along the way
- Lost his first conference singles match and then ran-off 12 consecutive wins vs. Big Ten foes
- Defeated No. 22 Jack Lin of Columbia to help the Buckeyes advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship
- Posting a singles record of 25-6 including a combined record of 19-3 in dual matches for the Buckeyes
- John also finished the season 7-5 against nationally ranked opponents including a win over then No. 35 Adam Moundir of Old Dominion
- John ended the 2017-18 campaign with a doubles record of 24-8
- McNally, alongside partner Mikael Torpegaard, went on a 14-match win streak from March to May helping pave the way to a Big Ten tournament title and a runner-up finish in the NCAA tournament
- In addition, McNally went undefeated in conference play last season with a record of 8-0
- John went 2-3 against nationally ranked duos including a win over then No. 16 Austin Rapp of No. 2 UCLA
Prior to Ohio State
- McNally was atop the junior rankings for most of his junior career and was the No. 1 ranked recruit in 2014, 2016 and 2017 by Tennisrecruiting.net.
- Rose to as high as No. 13 in the ITF World Junior Rankings
- McNally played in three of the four Junior Grand Slams in 2016, advancing to the round of 16 at Wimbledon and the doubles quarterfinals at the French Open.
- A multiple Midwest and national tournament champion, McNally won the 2014 hard court doubles title in addition to his 2016 national doubles title with JJ Wolf.
- He also won the 2014 National Hard Court 16’s singles title, the 2014 International Spring Championship in Carson, the 2014 Easter Bowl and was the 2012 US Winter nationals-AZ singles and doubles champion in the boys 14.
- Has been coached by his mother Lynn as well as Kevin O’Neill who has coached multiple ATP players