Trevor W. Kronemann, New Director Of Junior Tennis

Trevor KronemannThe Southern California Tennis Association (SCTA) is pleased to name Trevor W. Kronemann to be the SCTA Director of Junior Tennis. He will begin his duties in the SCTA office at the LA Tennis Center on the UCLA Campus Monday, Nov. 2, 2015. Kronemann joins the SCTA following a successful career as Head Coach of the Men’s Tennis Team at UC Irvine.

“I would like to thank Bruce Hunt, Bill Kellogg and the entire Southern California Tennis Association and family for entrusting me with this opportunity. I look forward to improving and building upon the structure of junior tennis here in Southern California in the years to come.  One of my mentors, Billie Jean King says, “Pressure is a Privilege, Champions Adjust.” I will face the pressure, adjust as a champion and remember what a privilege it is to be involved with growing tennis here in Southern California,” stated Kronemann.

Kronemann graduated from University of California-Irvine in 1990, having led the Anteaters to four Big West titles and four NCAA Tournament appearances. He was the Big West Player of the Year in 1990, was the No. 1-ranked doubles player with partner Shige Kanroji in 1990 and was a six-time All-American (four times in singles and twice in doubles). He was inducted into the UC Irvine Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999. Kronemann played for nine years on the ATP, 1990-98, ascending to a career-high ranking of No. 19 in doubles and winning six ATP doubles titles in 11 finals appearances. He served as Vice President for the ATP Tour Player Council in 1995.

Kronemann served as the head coach of Cal Poly, 2002-06, before returning to UC Irvine as the head men’s tennis coach in the fall of 2006. In addition, he coached the World Team Tennis’ Newport Beach Breakers. Previously, Kronemann led the Springfield Lasers to the WTT Western Conference title in 2001 and was a member of the Charlotte Heat and Springfield Lasers during his playing days. He was named WTT Rookie of the Year in 1990 and League Most Valuable Player on two other occasions. Kronemann was named to World Team Tennis 30, a group of the best men’s and women’s players in WTT’s 30-year history.

Trevor Kronemann served a two-year term as Director at Large on the USTA Board of Directors from 2007-08. He was Board Liaison to the Administration/Operations Council and a member of the Audit Committee. Previously, Kronemann was on the USTA Nominating Committee and Budget and Finance Committee.

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  • A true leader and professional!
    Thank you for investing your time to discuss today’s topic over the phone Trevor.
    Being a parent of a young tennis player – leaves me assured that the organization’s leadership headed by you is definitely on a path of retaining high level of service provided to players and parents.
    Keep up the great work!

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