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High School

Team Tennis Tournament

October 16, 2017
<h2>High School</h2>
<h2>Team Tennis Tournament</h2>
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Represent your school at our upcoming USTA Hawaii High School Team Tennis Tournament!

 

EVENT DETAILS

November 10, 2017

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park Tennis Complex

94-801 Kamehameha Highway

Waipahu, Hawaii 96797

 

 

FORMAT

Round Robin Team Competition  - Doubles

Emphasis is on fun and teamwork!

 

 

SCHEDULE

8:30 - 11:30 am   Match Play

11:30 - 1:30 pm   Lunch / Positive Coach Alliance (PCA) Presentation & Workshop

1:30 - 4:30 pm   Team Challenges, Games, and more Match Play

 

 

COST

$10 per person

Includes pizza lunch, teambuilding activities and fun prizes.
Also presenting Triple-Impact Competitor tips.

 

 

REGISTRATION

Click Here to register.

 

Deadline to register is November 6.

USTA Membership is not required.
Designed for high school students ages 13 - 18. All skill levels welcome. Enter as individual, teams will be organized at check-in.

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ABOUT OUR WORKSHOP: "BECOMING A TRIPLE-IMPACT COMPETITIOR"

This workshop can aid in competitive performance as athletes look within themselves to reach a higher level and encourage teammates to follow suit. Our workshop trainer, Brett Nakasonem was born and raised in Wahiawa where he fell in love with the game of baseball. He graduated from Leilehua High School in 2008, lettering for four years in baseball and one in soccer. Brett continued playing baseball for Pacific University in Oregon where he played under Coach Greg Bradley for four years. During his senior year campaign, his team won the Northwest Conference Championship and he was voted as the team’s Most Inspirational Player. With a BA in Psychology, he is now on staff at Christ Centered Community Church as the Youth Pastor and loves spending his time investing into Jr. High and High School students.

 

 

QUESTIONS

For more information contact Roman Kop, Director of Schools Tennis at kop@hawaii.usta.com or Madeleine Dreith, Director of Community Tennis at dreith@hawaii.usta.com.

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