Make your passion for tennis your job…
We currently have an independent contractor position open for our Junior Team Tennis (JTT) Coordinator
The JTT Coordinator will be an individual with excellent interpersonal and marketing skills, have a sound knowledge of tennis and a passion for the game and working with youth in our community. The position’s primary focus is to serve Greensboro and the surrounding area to coordinate, supervise and grow the USTA Jr. Team Tennis program for all prescribed ages and skill levels.
The JTT Coordinator will serve as a model of leadership in the USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and is responsible for upholding its philosophy, rules and procedures.
Interested applicants should apply by sending a current resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Congratulations Jenna Lay
2015 USTA North Carolina League Captain of the Year
GRETA would like to congratulate Jenna Lay, the USTA League Captain of the Year.
Jenna began playing league tennis about a decade ago, and it didn’t take long for her to step up and captain her first team. Since that first experience captaining, she’s been hooked ever since. Eventually one team led to two, two led to three. This year Jenna captained FIVE teams. She does a tremendous job organizing practices, mixers and matches. She is constantly in touch with her players, and she always has a backup plan.
One of Jenna’s greatest qualities is her ability to stay positive. Win or lose, she’s always there to support her teammates and encourage everyone to keep having fun.
While captaining five teams, Jenna is also a mother of two and a fulltime elementary school teacher. She balances all this with her captaining duties and goes above and beyond.
We are so thankful for all of our captains in the Piedmont Leagues. So proud to have Jenna Lay represent the Piedmont and receive this well deserved award.
Get in the Game & Give Tennis a Try
Saturday, September 12, 2015 7:00 – 9:00pm
Latham Park Tennis Center
905 Cridland Road, Greensboro, NC 27408
$20.00 per person
Registration fee includes:
- New tennis racquet
- 2 hours of time on the courts with activities led by a local tennis pro
- Information on tennis in the area
- Chances to win prizes
- Food & beverages
- Lots of fun!
Participants must be pre-registered. Participation fee is non-refundable.
CLICK HERE to get registered for TRY TENNIS!
Come try the USTA’s hottest league – the Tri-Level!
If you want to play with friends but are all at different NTRP levels or if you are having a hard time getting enough people together to form a team, Tri-Levels is for you. Play doubles with your friends, while on a team consisting of 3 or more NTRP levels. Format will consist of three NTRP levels of doubles matches. Example: one 2.5 doubles, one 3.0 doubles and one 3.5 doubles = Tri-Level team.
LEAGUE REGISTRATION BEGINS April 15th
Play begins June 15th
Watch for registration information coming soon!
For more information contact Susan Brodeur at firstname.lastname@example.org
GRETA is pleased to introduce Susan Brodeur as our new Community Tennis Director.
As Community Tennis Director, Susan will work with the GRETA board; local tennis professionals; NC Tennis staff; and, the broader tennis community to promote, develop and grow the game of tennis in Greensboro, and to support community and social advocacy programs. As part of GRETA’s growth strategy, Susan will be spearheading the introduction of a Tri-Level League this summer. Tri-Level has proven to be a big hit in Raleigh and Charlotte, and GRETA is excited to bring this new programming to the Piedmont region. Look for more information about Tri-Level over the coming weeks.
In addition to being an enthusiastic tennis player, Susan is a highly motivated professional who brings to her new role a “can-do” attitude, a passion for excellence and a talent for applying resourceful and creative solutions. Susan’s professional background in event planning, administration, marketing and association management are sure to serve her well in her new role.
Susan began playing tennis in Greensboro 3+ years ago after spending countless hours at the courts watching her daughters play. She currently captains Grandover’s Gate City team and plays on multiple USTA teams throughout the year. This past fall, her team won the NC State Combo Doubles in Wilmington and will be representing Greensboro at Sectionals in Mobile this month.
When asked about her new role, Susan commented, “Tennis is not only a sport, it is a connection to your community and a network of great people who enjoy a sport that encompasses all generations. I am thrilled to take on this position and begin working with such a great group of people – ‘tennis players’ – in the Greensboro and High Point areas!”
It’s that time of year that means so much for USTA League players… Year End Ratings Are Released! We will all start making plans and creating teams in eager anticipation of the upcoming Spring season. So what are you waiting for?!? Click here to go to the NCTennis.com website for detailed information about find your rating or how to appeal.
It’s our turn to show some tennis hospitality!
Greensboro will be hosting the 55+/65+ USTA League State Championships May 28 – June 1 and we need your help.
CLICK HERE to fill out the VOLUNTEER FORM!
• Site Host/Greeter
• Hospitality Tent Host
• Site Deliveries
• Computer Input (enter scores at tournament office at Spencer Love)
• Morning Set-up
• End of Day Clean-up
• General help “flexible and willing to help out where needed”
We will contact you to match your availability and time options!
Thank you for sharing your passion for tennis and welcoming tournament players to our community!
Contact Susan Brodeur for questions/additional information!