6 results for month: 07/2016
Overcoming Adversity in Sports and Life is the newest webinar by David Benzel and Growing Champions for Life, it is scheduled for Aug 17th at 8pm. Click here to register
Dear ATA Seniors: As the summer leads to its hottest moments, I am sure you are all working toward your end-of-summer goals, making plans for the future, and thinking about what college might look like for YOU. You are about to embark on your last year of high school, and then off to college. This is an amazing time in your life. It is also a very busy time in your life. It is a time of transitioning into young adulthood with new responsibilities. With classes, work, tennis tournaments, college searches, applications, essays, keeping up with responsibilities and chores, you may feel as if you have too little time to accomplish it all during the ...
ATA's Abigail Chiu and partner Elysia Bolton will be playing in the G18 doubles final of the National Clay Courts Championships in Memphis, TN at 3:30 today. For updates follow Coach Newman on Twitter or on Austin Tennis Academy's website latest tweets.
“Coach Newman is the driving force in his players’ college processes,” said Pandey. “He is extremely skilled at his job, and I actually really like watching him talk to college coaches while selling his players. He knows everyone and everyone knows him and regards him with the utmost respect. I truly believe there is no one better than him to help me in my college process.
Join us each month for a live online presentation. The material prepares you for conversations about winning at life, not just sports, with your young athlete. If you can’t join us live, register for the webinar then enjoy the recording when your schedule permits. To Push or Not to Push – A Parent’s Dilemma Thursday, July 21st, 2016 at 9:00 PM EDT Click here to register
Former ATA player Pablo Landa who plays for the University of Illinois was awarded the Distinguished Scholars Award. The award recognizes student-athletes with a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of 3.7 for the 2015-16 academic year. Distinguished Scholar Award recipients must be letter winners in at least their second academic year at their institution. Congrats to ATA Alumni Pablo for his student athlete achievements! To read Illinois full article click here