April Tennis News 2016

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Get your calendars out and get ready to add some tennis events:

Queen of the court returns starting Friday, April 8. You must make a reservation. Please contact Kristine Wymore for details at tennis@caughlinclub.com.

We will be hosting a high school tennis rally on Saturday, April 9 from 1 to 4 PM. All middle school and high school tennis players and or athletes are welcome to attend. The cost is five dollars. Please contact Kristine Wymore for details at tennis@caughlinclub.com.

On Sunday, April 10 the Nevada women’s tennis team takes on their rival UNLV at 11:00am . Please come out and show your support. Go pack!!!

On April 11th, cardio tennis will move to it’s new start time of 9:00am!

On Sunday, April 17 we will be having our tennis and pickle ball social from 2:00-4:00pm. You must make a reservation for this event. Please contact Kristine Wymore for details at tennis@caughlinclub.com.

On Saturday, April 23 the Nevada men and women will have their final home matches of the season. This is also known as senior day. It is a day to recognize the graduating men and women on the teams. Please come out and show your support.

Finally, on Saturday, April 30 Caughlin Club will be hosting an orange ball 12 and under tennis tournament. For entry details and questions regarding orange ball tennis, contact Kristine Wymore at tennis@caughlinclub.com.

New Tennis Staff:
Laren Evens

Lauren Evans, a PTR certified tennis pro and ACE certified personal trainer, has been focused on high performance coaching for over 10 years. Growing up in a military family Lauren has played tennis tournaments and has received coaching from some of the best coaches around the world. Her performance on and off the court earned her a full scholarship to play NCAA Division I tennis at Furman University in South Carolina, where she was named MVP. Lauren has a passion for helping people achieve things they never thought possible and brings a wealth of knowledge to the club.

Randy Reynolds
Randy, a USPTA teaching professional, has been coaching tennis for over 10 years. He grew up in Reno, Nevada where he worked at a local tennis club to pay for his tennis lessons. As a junior, Randy played the USTA Northern California tennis tournaments obtaining rankings within the 20s in singles and doubles. Randy went onto play Division I tennis at the University of Nevada, Reno. Obtaining his MBA, Randy has committed himself to making a positive impact in the tennis community, actively participating in local and national tennis opportunities.

Jarett Wright
Jarett is a USPTA High Performance Tennis Coach that has developed several top junior players with national rankings. Born and raised in Reno, Jarett is one of the few local players to obtain top 50 national rankings throughout his junior career. Prior to coming to the Caughlin Club, Jarett taught at Lakeridge for several years and served our country. Jarett has a passion for developing junior tennis players and brings a wealth of tennis knowledge to the club.

Chris Ferguson-McIntyre
Chris taught at the Reno Tennis Center before becoming a tennis pro at Caughlin Club. Born and raised in Reno, Chris began playing tennis when he was 3 years old with his father Carlo. As a junior, Chris competed in USTA Northern California tournaments and won the team state championship for Galena High School in 2001. Chris went on to play division I tennis for the University of Nevada and continues to compete in tournaments today.