Jr. Team Tennis allows kids 10 & Under to 18 to enjoy the sport for a lifetime from the very first day of play. It also provides kids with all the health and social benefits of tennis in a coed, fun and competitive team environment. Team tennis gives kids a chance to compete with friends and against individuals of similar ages and skill levels, all while building upon their skills used during match play.
The Tennis House USTA teams are part of the Southeastern Michigan Tennis Association (SEMTA) in the Midwest Section of the USTA. SEMTA is one of 14 Districts that comprise the Midwest Section which includes the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, and portions of Kentucky and West Virginia. SEMTA is made up of the following Michigan counties: Hillsdale, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw and Wayne.
Kim Murray, our Jr. Team Tennis Coordinator, works with our instructors, coaches, parents, and players throughout the season – teamwork will be rewarded with a successful team tennis experience! Current USTA membership is required to participate – click here to join the USTA. More information is available by visiting the USTA Jr. Team Tennis website, and we are happy to assist you with additional questions.
MIDWEST PLAYOFFS – THIRD PLACE!
The PH Prowlers started their regular league play in February competing against two other teams from Ann Arbor: the Huron Valley Storm (Huron Valley Tennis Club) and the Liberty Tiger Sharks (Liberty Athletic Club). The Prowlers had a 2 & 1 record with one more match to play on April 27th to determine the District Champs and who would advance to Midwest playoffs.
The Prowlers won the match and advanced to Sectionals in Indianapolis July 27th where they took 3rd place out of 10 teams – AWESOME JOB, Prowlers! For more details on their season, follow along via the the link above! Good luck, Prowlers!
On the team: Elijah Brown, Ryan Davies, Molly Rossow, Patrick Mason, Hadley Schwarz, Lily VanHowe, Amara Makim, Divyesh Bhargava. Captain: Coach Steve.