5 results for month: 11/2016
The fabric of junior tennis in Texas is woven with the monthly major zone competitions. Players from across the state in each age division converge on a city to put their hard work on the line.
Over the last couple of months, ATA has had 4 players qualify for champs. ATA's youngest academy players Jacob Golden and Lucas Riezebeek qualified for boys 12s. While, Sarah Schaal G14 and Alex Sheddan B16 also both qualified. Savannah Baptiste and Keana Moon won the Girls 14's doubles CMZ and qualified for superchamps and earned some ice cream! Congratulations to all the players!
This article is the first in a series titled Designed Learning Experiences and will feature unique activities that take place within the CP classrooms.
Dwayne Hultquist Head Men's Coach at Florida State University for the pasted 17 years visited ATA on Tuesday. He talked to the academy about what he looks for when he recruits. Recruiting is not always based on results and skill but the athlete's character and will they fit in with the team. He talked about perks from being a college athlete (food, laundry, and equipment). What a great opportunity for academy players to receive direct info and get a chance to ask questions about college tennis from one of the most elite college coaches!
David Benzel's latest article, "Is Your Child Fearful or Fearless?" is on teaching kids to have faith rather than putting them in fear of making mistakes. Teaching children with fear basically makes them into an obedient puppet rather than a responsible citizen. Click here to read more. Join for the webinar on Thursday Nov 17th at 8:00pm "What Your Child Needs to Succeed - Ten Life-Changing Strategies." Click here to sign up