SoCal Senior Tennis News – March

The Southern California Tennis Association was the first of the USTA’s seventeen sections to produce a publication solely for competitive senior players. The Senior News, as the magazine is known, has covered a broad variety of topics for a lengthy … Read More

Kellogg Takes The SCTA Helm Again

Administrative change can bring about adjustments that make a once well-traveled road challenging to negotiate. Fortunately for the Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA), the latest reorganization promises to be Diamond Lane smooth. In 2009, William (Bill) J. Kellogg stepped in … Read More

Cari Buck

Community Tennis Spotlight – Cari Buck Ask Cari Buck what her dream job is, and she doesn’t delay in responding: “I’m living it.” Working in tennis has always been the goal for the current Manager of Client Services at Tennis Channel … Read More

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Barry Buss

Teaching Pro Spotlight – Barry Buss South Bay tennis professional Barry Buss said one of the reasons he began writing about tennis was the search for answers to a question that kept coming up when he would run into old … Read More

A.G. Longoria

Long before the USTA decided to recognize coaches on a national level for not cutting tennis players from their high school teams, A.G. Longoria of Sage Hill School in Newport Beach was letting each and every player be a part … Read More

Odds & Ends November 2014

UCLA & USC Dominate ITA Southwest Regional Championships At the 2014 Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Men’s Southwest Regional Championships that was contested at Pepperdine’s Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center, Mackenzie McDonald of UCLA defeated Jonny Wang of USC, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the … Read More

Daniel Reinhart

Tennis On Campus Spotlight – Daniel Reinhart Most everyone knows the Tennis On Campus (TOC) Program offers a fun opportunity to socialize in college. With multiple practices a week, long team road trips and the fierce competition throughout the season, … Read More

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