6 results for month: 12/2017

Pictures From The Annual Walk For Water Event At ATA

The Austin Tennis Academy players, parents, and coaches participated in the annual Walk For Water event on the ATA campus yesterday afternoon as part of the 2017 Playing For Glimmer campaign.

Clark, Luke, Emerson and Sophia Qualify Over The Weekend

Clark and Luke won their way into SuperChamps, while Emerson and Sophia worked their way into the Champs division.

You’re Invited! ATA Walk For Water This Wednesday 5pm

The Walk for Water is a way to experience what life is like for women and girls in Ethiopia who fetch water daily for their village, oftentimes walking several hours with a jug or jerry can weighing close to 40 pounds! 

Alumni Updates: Meghan O’Malley Checks In From U.S. Naval Academy

  Greetings from Annapolis and the US Naval Academy! I hope that you and the entire ATA community are doing well! We are in the midst of Beat Army Week – it’s a fun, intense week full of crazy pranks and “spirit missions” in the middle of the night, all leading up to the game on Saturday in Philadelphia. The game represents an exciting day for Navy and Army Football as well as our country. I’ve been pretty busy these past 18 months! My Academy experience started on I-Day in June 2016, with Plebe Summer - six weeks of the most strenuous physical and mental training I had ever encountered. As tough as it was, I felt prepared ...

Alumni Updates: Marcus Sweeney Checks In From Wesleyan

For junior players preparing for college tennis or college in general, I would advise that you make the most of your time at ATA, which has an incredible culture of players coaches and staff that will effectively prepare you for college responsibilities & the highest level of collegiate tennis.

Alumni Updates: Alej Rodriguez Checks In From UChicago

I have felt very prepared to face the challenges that arise throughout college life due to my time at ATA and ATA CP, and I am confident current players will feel the same once they begin their collegiate journey.