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Barnard Named E.D.

at Huether Family Match Pointe

USTA Northern  |  August 14, 2017
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Huether Family Match Pointe in Sioux Falls, S.D., is excited to announce that Bryce Barnard has joined the staff as the new Executive Director after serving as the Director of Tennis at Arrowhead Country Club in Rapid City, S.D. from 2003-17.
 

Before taking over at Arrowhead Country Club, Barnard was the Coordinator of Junior Development at the Rochester Athletic Club in Rochester, Minn. As a coach, Barnard has developed numerous nationally- ranked juniors and was the USPTA Northern Division Junior Development Award winner in 2009. In 2010, he received the USTA Northern Ward C. Burton Junior Development for excellence in junior development.


A native of Menomonie, Wis., Barnard had a stellar competitive career at the junior, collegiate and adult level. He was a top-ranked junior in USTA Northern and competed in USTA National events. ADVERTISEMENT He played number one singles at Menomonie High School all four years and was a four-time state qualifier in Wisconsin.


Playing on a full scholarship at Indiana State, he was ranked in the top-100 nationally. He has also been the top-ranked men's open singles player in USTA Northern and won the men's open singles championship in the South Dakota Adult Open in 1999, 2000 and 2006. In 2002, he was awarded the Al Teeter Sportsmanship Award from USTA Northern for recognition of fair play.


Barnard lives in Sioux Falls with his wife, Kathy, and their five daughters: Sage, Ella, Aleigha, Cameron and Alexis. 

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