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Junior Grand Prix Summer Series
USTA Vermont Junior Grand Prix tournaments are USTA New England Level 8 events. The results and year-end rankings are published on www.ustavermont.com and in the New England Yearbook. The first of the seven 2013 tournaments is at The EDGE Essex on May 31st to June 2nd. The deadline to register is Sunday May 26th. Find out more?
2013 Vermont Junior Team Tennis
The 2013 Junior Team Tennis season is fast approaching!
Tennis Fun at Burlington's Kids Day
Tennis and USTA Vermont starred on Saturday at Burlington’s Kids Day, Vermont's largest children's festival with attendance of up to 5,000. Kids and parents had a ball on the three mini-courts giving 10 and Under Tennis a go. A big thank you from USTA Vermont to all the volunteers. See more pictures!
Kim Mihan Named PTR Vermont Member of the Year
Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) will present its annual awards next month during the 2013 PTR International Tennis Symposium. The event, which includes 50-plus on court and classroom presentations for tennis teachers and coaches, a trade show and tournament, is being held May 2-5 at the new Sonesta Resort on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
Vermont Tennis Town Meeting
Mike Kolendo and Scott Barker present at the Vermont Tennis Town Meeting held March 9th at the Capitol Plaza in Montpelier. The conference went well. Everyone loved Ned's presentation on the evolution of Tenacity and Jake's accounting of Kids on the Ball. And - there was lots of back and forth discussion. USTA Vermont thanks everyone who attended and we look forward to helping the implementation of some of the great ideas.
Wendy Watson is 2012 Vermont Volunteer of the Year
Wendy is a “lifer” in tennis. She gained her passion for tennis from her parents who have been avid players all their lives. Growing up at Phillips Exeter Academy and then moving to Hanover, NH where her parents were tennis and hockey coaches at Dartmouth College, Wendy had many opportunities to play and compete. She played #1 singles and doubles at Hanover High School for four years, where she won the doubles state title in her junior and senior years before heading in 1983 to UNH to play.
2013 League Restructuring
Changes are coming in League tennis begining in the fall of 2013. The changes cited are pending USTA New England approval. The information includes approximate times when the various divisions will be played in Vermont.
Vermont Dream Project
Vermont Dream Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation established in 2009. Its mission is to support and create projects that provide healthy, affordable, and educational opportunities to enrich life. Presently, Vermont Dream Project, Inc. is supporting four main community projects: Racquet Replay Program, Souls for Sneakers, Community Tennis Courts, and Sister City Programs. In 2012, hundreds of racquets were given away and shared through the community library program. Learn more.
New Englanders on 2013-2014 USTA Committees
Congratulations to the New Englanders who have been appointed to serve on 2013-2014 USTA committees! New England is well-represented with individuals serving on twenty-nine committees. Find out who will be representing New England!
USTA New England Staff Promotions
Congratulations to Alex Hinckley, Sarah Rice, and John Bresnahan who were recently promoted at USTA New England! Find out more about the responsibilities of these dedicated USTA New England staff.
Hartley and Hulsen Win National Senior Tournament
The Vermont team of Kristin Hartley and Jeanne Hulsen won the 45 Women's Doubles in the Fiesta Bowl Open held December 5–9, 2012 at the Scottsdale Athletic Club & Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. Check out the full results and find out more about the event!
USTA Vermont 2012 Jr Grand Prix Rankings
The 2012 Junior Grand Prix rankings are in place. Aidan Greer and Hadley Laskowski were recipients of the scholarships to "enhance their tennis." Find out the rankings and the winners and finalists in the individual tournaments.
USTA Serves Awards Grants to Vermont Organizations
The Boys & Girls Club of Rutland and King Street Center in Burlington are recipients of grants from USTA Serves, the National Charitable Foundation of the United States Tennis Association. The Boys and Girls Club received $6,000 to expand tennis programming and King Street received $10,000 for Kids on the Ball!
Jeanne Hulsen Named to New England Senior Tennis Foundation Board
Jeanne Hulsen of Burlington recently joined the New England Senior Tennis Foundation Board of Directors. She also serves on the Board of USTA Vermont. Jeanne is the longtime Director of Athletics at Burlington High School, where she is head coach of the girl’s varsity team. For the past seven summers Jeanne has been the head tennis pro at Burlington Tennis Club. A nationally ranked senior player, Jeanne has represented USTA New England in national and international team competitions.
National Tennis Center
United States Tennis Association Unveils Strategic Vision for Future Development at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens. “The US Open is one of the city’s greatest sporting events, and it generates more than $750 million a year in economic activity,” said Mayor Bloomberg.
Marikate Muren Named New USTA New England Executive Director
USTA New England Announces First Female Executive Director April 19, 2012, Westborough, MA – USTA New England has announced the appointment of Marikate Murren from Shelton, CT as the new Executive Director and the first female to acquire the position. In this new role, Murren will be responsible for leading the organization’s mission “To Promote and Develop the Growth of Tennis” throughout New England. Read the whole story!
Kirsten McEdward: Mission Accomplished
Kirsten McEdward stepped down in 2011 after a year s of growing the game of tennis in Vermont and New England. The following is an article that appeared about Kirsten inSept/Oct USTA Magazie. Read all about her accomplishments. It's not too late!
2011 USTA Vermont Annual Report
Two thousand eleven was a busy year for USTA Vermont. A highlight was the celebration of 25 years of our Grassroots Camp. The year also saw longtime volunteer extradinaire Kirsten McEdward step down from her role as Coordinator of Recreational Tennis and with that the establishment of the position of Coordinator for Junior Tennis, which was filled by Deb LaPorte. Find out more about USTA Vermont happenings in 2011.
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