October 25th, 2021
College Tennis Exposure Camp set for December in Lakeland
The 33rd Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp will be held Dec. 11-12, 2021, at the Beerman Family Tennis Complex in Lakeland, Fla.
The clinic, directed by former Harvard, Clemson and World TeamTennis Coach Ed Krass, is the nation’s only clinic taught exclusively by head college coaches, allowing players and college coaches to train and interact together on the court.
Players will receive instruction and training from head college coaches representing NCAA Division I, Division II, Division III and NAIA. The coaching staff for the clinic will include head tennis coaches from:
- Austin College (Texas) – Jeff Kutac, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Bentley University – Rick Edelmann, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Boston College – Scott Wilkins, Head Men’s Coach
- Embry Riddle University – Dave Paschal, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Florida Southern College – Trish Riddell, Head Women’s Coach
- Francis Marion University (S.C) – Jay Evans, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Ithaca College – Chris Hayes, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Mercer University – Eric Hayes, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Methodist University (N.C.) – Kemper Baker, Head Men’s Coach
- University of North Florida – Matt Lucas, Head Men’s Coach
- Rollins College – Bev Buckley, Head Women’s Coach
- Saint Leo University – Chad Berryhill, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Southeastern University (Fla.) – Drew Dickens, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Stony Brook University – Gary Glassman, Head Women’s Coach
- University of Tampa – Al Dufaux, Head Women’s Coach
- Warner University – Jose Martinez, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
- Washington & Lee University – Erin Ness, Head Women’s Coach
- University of West Florida – Derrick Racine, Head Men’s & Women’s Coach
Open to ages 14-18, the clinic includes 10 hours of on-court, instructional drills and matchplay competition conducted in the same style and intensity as a college team practice. Players will have the opportunity to sample various coaching styles and receive on-court coaching during their matchplay competitions. Under the skillful eyes of top college coaches, players will showcase their singles, doubles and one-on-one doubles skills and receive specific feedback on their game.
The clinic will comply with all CDC health guidelines in order to protect players, parents and coaches. Face masks will be required when entering, exiting and walking throughout the facility.
For more information about the College Tennis Exposure Camp, visit www.collegetennis.com.