3 results for month: 01/2015

I Have A Dream… from Carol

Each morning at CP we contemplate lessons of life through quotes from the great minds of significant worldly and spiritual leaders. In honor of Martin Luther King's birthday, we reflected on this quote: Life's most persistent and most important question is, "What are you doing for others?" Within each of us lies a profound purpose for our life's mission. It is enlivened by our experiences, our friends, our mentors, our teachers, our parents.  These are the elements that shape our thoughts and allow us to dream of things greater than our current awareness. Dr Martin Luther King is a wonderful example of a citizen of significance - he had a ...

Hagar Ranked Nationally In Singles And Doubles At ND

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association released its preseason rankings yesterday, and ATA alum Josh Hagar is all over them. Hagar is entering his Sophomore season at Notre Dame University. His team will open the year ranked 14th in the nation, while Josh and partner Eddy Covalschi earned the number 9 spot in the nation. Josh also appeared on the singles rankings, coming in at number 82 in the nation. Well done, Josh!

Top Academy Players Excel At SuperNationals

ATA’s top players traveled to Arizona to compete in the 2015 USTA Winter Nationals last week. The 12s and 14s took the court in Tuscon, while the 16s and 18s fought it out in Phoenix. Eight players represented ATA in Tuscon. “It was a great experience this week in Tuscon,” Coach Brian Notis said. “All of our players competed well and gained valuable experience.” Jesse Wikso finished in the top 20 in singles and reached the Round of 16 in doubles. “Jesse played with incredible professionalism,” Notis said. “Great use of mental tools. Lost a tough 3-setter in the round of 32. His aggressive groundstrokes and returns ...