Michael Catalano & John Williams - men's 3.0 doubles
Brad Andres & Karl Herz - men's 4.0 doubles
Peter Freischlag & Markus Funk - men's 4.5+ doubles
Ciel Lawrence - women's 3.0 singles
Michelle Healy - women's 4.0 singles
Julie Gall & Heather Johnson - women's 3.5 doubles
Jody Dart & Deb Freischlag - women's 4.0 doubles
Ciel Lawrence & Carter Dart - mixed 6.0 doubles
Kimberly & Jac Barben - mixed 7.0 doubles
Michell & Scott Woodward - mixed 8.0 doubles
Denise Belk & Ashley Tindle - mixed 9.0+ doubles
Please help us welcome Ryan Griffin, a certified strength and conditioning coach and personal trainer to the Meadow Creek staff. Ryan brings a wealth of knowledge to the position and specializes in training tennis athletes. He is a certified Tennis Performance Specialist through the International Tennis Performance Association, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and a Level 1 USA Weightlifting Coach.
Ryan will be starting at Meadow Creek full time on March 4th. As a way to help introduce himself and his services to our members, Ryan is offering free 1-hour training sessions for all new clients. If you are interested in a free training session, please call the front desk 303.232.6272 to schedule your appointment.
NEW! In-House League Session 4
Get USTA "match-play" ready by playing in our final session of IN-House Leagues! Contact Radka if you are interested in joining any of these leagues:
Stop by our Meadow Creek Pro Shop to see all our styles
How would you like to give back to your community while sharing your love of tennis? Special Olympics is looking for a coach to work with special athletes. You will have the opportunity to help athletes with intellectual disabilities find their own strengths and abilities. As a Special Olympics coach, you bring enthusiasm, commitment and a positive attitude to your athletes. Your athletes, in return, bring you rewards that are indescribable. You do not need to be a tennis professional to coach, just a selfless passion for helping others. While these players have varied skills in the game, they do have an amazing attitude and really just want to have fun!
The Special Olympics tennis season runs from mid-June to mid-August. Practices are held weekly for about 75 minutes. There are two tournaments that you will attend with other coach helpers, and of course, "the kids".
If you are interested in learning more about this amazing opportunity, please contact Ruth McElroy at 303.378.9068. Ruth has held this position for 4 years, and regretfully needs to step down this season. Special Olympics thank your for your consideration!
Session 5 Junior Session starts March 4th and runs until April 13th. We still have room in many classes, so call the Front Desk to get registered!