High School Coaches Workshop
USTA Mid-Atlantic | January 23, 2018
As high school tennis coaches across the country are gearing up for their spring seasons, USTA Mid-Atlantic is offering a unique opportunity for coaches to attend the 2018 High School Coaches Workshop on Feb. 4.
This year’s annual workshop that brings together coaching leaders from across the Section will be hosted at Westwood Country Club in Vienna, Va. The workshop is generally geared toward current high school coaches but open to all tennis coaches. Attendees will be able to participate in on-court and off-court sessions focused on practical and effective tips that can be put into action right away. Sessions include A Productive Two-Hour Practice with three-time state title winner Paul Fisher and Doubles Drills led by USTA High School Coach of the Year George Cristoforatos. ADVERTISEMENT
“The coaches workshop is one of the best opportunities for high school coaches to take away techniques that will help them throughout the season and in their coaching career,” said Bonnie Vona, USTA Mid-Atlantic senior manager of junior competition and player development. “We’re really excited for the presenters we have coming this year, and we know they’ll all bring something unique to the table, and that this workshop will count toward continuing education credit for certified coaches.”
New for 2018 , USPTA and PTR coaches will earn 3.5 hours of education credit by attending the workshop. The $45 registration fee includes lunch and a light breakfast. Attendees traveling overnight can reserve a room at the Tysons Corner Marriott for the night of Feb. 3 at a discounted price.
Click here to read more about all the presenters and their sessions and to register for the workshop. For more information about the 2018 USTA Mid-Atlantic High School Coaches Workshop, contact Kate Thompson at Thompson@mas.usta.com.