admin December 14, 2017 No comments
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.
admin December 8, 2017 No comments
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 ...
admin December 2, 2017 No comments
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.
admin October 23, 2017 No comments
"The power of clean water – combined with a quality education – means that hundreds of children will have the opportunity to thrive. The projects funded by the Austin Tennis Academy will make an immediate and lasting difference as part of Glimmer’s work in the Villages of Gondar." - Glimmer.org
admin April 22, 2016 No comments college recruit, college tennis, ivy league, Junior Tennis, payton holden, princeton, tigers
Princeton Tigers recently put up an article on their 3 incoming freshman for the 2020 class. Payton Holden will be among 3 outstanding 5 star recruites. The head coach Pate expects that all 3 freshman will make an immediate impact. He will be joined by Eduardo Paz from Santa Cruz, Bolivia and Davey Roberts from Palm Coast, FL. Click here to read more
admin April 12, 2016 No comments Coach Newman recommended, college athletes, college sports, life after college, life after tennis, life skills
Coach Newman recommends the following article, "Moving on from Sports: A College Athlete's Greatest Challenge" by ESPN's Prim Siripipat. The article is about using life skills gained in playing sports at a high level and using them in life after college. Click here to read this article Coach Newman recommends.
admin March 23, 2016 No comments ATA, coaches forum, college prep, college process, Parent Meeting, tennisrecruiting, workshop
Please join us on Saturday evening March 26th from 7pm-8pm at ATA College Prep (on the ATA campus) for a College Workshop and Coaches Forum. Carol Hagar will give a brief presentation outlining the college search and recruiting processes and college coaches from the area will be available for Q&A. TennisRecruiting.net has generously offered to provide dinner for this event. Please RSVP to Carol.Hagar@AustinTennisAcademy.com so we have an accurate head count for dinner.
admin July 12, 2015 No comments
from Carol There is no better way to understand the culture of a school than to be on the campus, take a tour, and visit with current students and admissions officers. If you are able to take advantage of this part of your college search, it will bring you confidence that your selection is the best fit - academically, athletically, and culturally. During a visit, you are evaluating the school. How will this environment serve your growth and development? What criteria are most important to you? Consider the location, population, class size, programs and degrees, social ...
admin July 1, 2015 No comments ATA CP, college choice, college process, good fit
Carol Hagar, Head of ATA College Prep, has written the following memo on how to get into the college of your dreams and factors to consider in deciding if that college is a good fit for you. Click here to download a PDF version of the memo. College Picks and the Perfect Mix by Carol Hagar What is the magic formula to get into the college of your dreams? And how will you know if you can pay, play, and make the grade? There is no single magic formula, but there are some basic ingredients that can get you into the kitchen… IF you are willing to dedicate yourself to ...