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USTA Georgia
116 Marble Mill Road
Marietta, GA 30060
Tax ID 58-1309245



USTA Georgia's governance is made up of eight (8) Board of Directors, plus an "Advisory Council" consisting of eight (8) Area Representatives, a Representative At Large, Presidential Appointees and active Past Presidents. 

Ashley Massengale of Atlanta currently serves as the 21st President of USTA Georgia.     


Here is the 2019-20 elected Board of Directors & Advisory Council:

Board of Directors

President:  Ashley Massengale (Atlanta)
Executive Vice President:  Mark Botsch (Atlanta)
Treasurer:  Eric Schmook (Dunwoody)
Secretary:  Michelle Fuller (Waverly Hall)
Vice President:  Marcy Hirshberg (Johns Creek)
Vice President:  Tabitha Spooner (Bainbridge)
Vice President:  Brenton James (Midland)
Immediate Past President:  Dave Neuhart (Columbus)

District Representatives

District 1 Representative (Northwest): Mike Burnes (Rome)
District 2 Representative (Northeast): Deborah Beck (Watkinsville)
District 3 Representative (Metro Atlanta): Rey Corpuz (Johns Creek)
District 4 Representative (West): Brian Smith (Columbus)
District 5 Representative (Central): Sarah Witherspoon (Macon)
District 6 Representative (East): VACANT
District 7 Representative (Southwest): Keith Childree (Valdosta)
District 8 Representative (Southeast): Stewart Atkins (St. Simons Island)

Representative at Large: Beth Bosworth (Atlanta)

Presidential Appointees

Sam Crenshaw (Atlanta)
Eddie Gonzalez (Atlanta)

USTA Georgia Past Presidents

Julie Wrege (1978-1981)
John Callen (1982-1983)
Richard Howell (1984-1985)
Bernard Neal (1986-1987)*
James Mills (1988-1989)*
Lee Sessions (1990-1992)
Randy Stephens (1993-1994)
Julie Wrege (1995-1996)
Harriette Lynch (1997-1998)
Mary Hatfield (1999-2000)
Mac MacDougal (2001-2002)*
Carole Floyd (2003-2004)
Brenda Smith (2005-2006)
Donna Bailey (2007-2008)
Pat Guerry (2009-2010)
Helen Martin (2011)
Randy Stephens (2012)
Joe Goodroe (2013-2014)
Dom Masciantonio (2015-2016)
Dave Neuhart (2017-2018)


* deceased

For a detailed description of all Board of Directors and Advisory Council positions, please click here:  



Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was No, as long as the player does not invade his/her opponent's court. What is an example of an error made by players that you would NOT correct immediately?

Doubles team switches receiving order in middle of set
Players are on wrong side of the court
Wrong player serving in game