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High performance coaches in Florida recognized

December 28, 2006 02:40 PM

USTA Florida recognizes the high performance coaches who have attended the USTA High Performance Coaching Program within the past seven years.  The following coaches throughout the state have attended this comprehensive course, based on a philosophy of coaching that puts the athlete first and winning second:

Ricardo Acuna, Tracey Almeda-Singian, Johnny Angel, Bill Aronson, Pablo Arraya, Richard Ashby, Louis Ballantyne, Lorenzo Beltrame, Tarik Benhabiles, Jay Berger, Bobby Bernstein, Andy Brandi, Luis Brest, Lew Brewer, Dave Brown, Page Buck, Michael Burge, Maria Cercone, Alejandro Ciffoni, Bill Clark, John L. Danise Jr., Scott DelMastro, Jean Desdunes, Jai DiLouie, David Dilucia, John Evert, Andy Gladstone, Dean Goldfine, Brian Gottfried, Tom Gullikson, Michael Hegarty, Richard Herbst, Lance House, Maxsy Jimenez, Tom Kelly, Whitney Kraft, Ed Krass, Brett Kurtz, Michael Kypriss, Bob Lechten, Mary Lentz, Doug MacCurdy, Gaurav Malhotra, Derek Markey, Richard Matuszewski, Peter McCraw, Lori McNeil, Mark Merklein, Fransisco Montanta, Bill Murray, Ken Obermeier, Marcos Ondruska, Ken Ouellette, Don Petrine, Pierre Pilote, Kevin Quay, Kelvin Rivera, Lynne Rolley, Jonathan Roasado, Raul Saad, Roberto Saad, Robby Salum, Richard Schmidt, Katie Schulkebir, Cary Sochin, Daniel Spatz, Jocobus Swanepoel, Martin Van Daalen, Joni Van Ryck De Groot, Rene Vidal

Before individuals enroll in the course, the USTA Coaching Education department staff selects individuals for admission into the program.  A committee comprised of the USTA director of coaching education and the USTA staff, as well as a USPTA and a PTR representative, assures the stated selection philosophy is being met and reviews the selection process.  To be eligible for this course, coaches must first meet qualifications including certification, experience, testing, player ranking, etc.

With a mission to deliver one of the highest-quality coaching education experiences in the world through their coaching program, the USTA Coaching Education Department is committed to excellence, and these coaches deserve recognition.






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