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ACE

USTA Georgia would like to recognize our USTA League and Junior Team Tennis captains.  Team captains are a key component of USTA League and JTT program, devoting significant time to organizing and managing league teams. Being a team captain is a job that pays no salary, has few perks and requires a time investment that few appreciate.  Leagues could not exist were it not for team captains, as every team captain directly influences from 12-14 other teammates.

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Our captains are the most important people in our leagues.  Without them, the Macon Tennis Association would not exist.  Period.  WE are blessed to have a large and dedicated group of veteran captains, many of whom have been leading teams for over 20 years.  We also honor our many new captains who have recently joined the USTA and have given a large amount of time and effort into captaining their new teams and learning the many ins and outs of being a USTA League captain.  Although we appreciate all of our captains equally, the featured captains here deserve special recognition for outstanding efforts within our organization.
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Macon_Capt_Ashwin_Patel_F

Macon_Capt_Mickey_Wright_F

Macon_Capt_Elizabeth_Hardy_F

 

Macon_Capt_Randal_Money_F

 

 

Macon_JTT_Capt_Bobby_Walker_F

 

Macon_LLC_Marianne_Golmitz_F

 

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Sequoyah_Capt_Terina_Fowler_F

 

Sequoyah_Capt_Wayne_Harper_F

 

Sequoya_LLC_Tina_Jones_F

 

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Our CSRATA captains are the heart and soul of tennis in the Central Savannah River Area: our area of eight counties extending through both Georgia and South Carolina.

Our captains of adult leagues have to balance having a "winning" team with including new players while holding onto old friendships, handle rescheduled upon rescheduled matches due to weather, local tournaments, and even state tournaments in two states, and sometimes have to work within the rules amongst grumbling not only of opposing teams, but also on their own team.

Our captains just roll with it and handle the grind for very little glory.  Selfless is probably the right term for CSRATA captains.  Routinely, they put the team before themselves, and their role extends to cheerleader, psychologist, and most importantly, FRIEND.  Most all CSRATA teams are close knit groups, and without captain, players would lose so much that has been added to their lives through playing tennis in the CSRA.

         

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CSRATA_Capt_Mike_Stolarski_F

CSRATA_Capt_Lori_Morris_F

         
         

CSRATA_Capt_Leslie_Sprague_F

 

CSRATA_Capt_Michele_Flanders_F

CSRATA_Capt_Ed_Burr_F

 

         
         

CSRATA_JTT_Capt_Michelle_Lyons_F

 

CSRATA_JTT_Capt_Tony_Mundy_F

CSRATA_JTT_Capt_Andrea_Thomas_F

 

         

CSRATA_LLC_Linda_Dollar_F

 

CSRATA_JTT_Coordinator_F

 

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Michelle has been a captain many times.  She gets to endure the pains and pleasures of setting the matches, organizing practice, and keeping us all straight.  She organizes our travel by making all reservations and paying upfront.  She makes sure we practice on clay or hard court depending on the tournament schedule.  We have team meetings to air any problems or questions.  She keeps us informed of schedules and any upcoming events.  She "mamas" us.  We are lucky to have her in our CTA and proud to be on her team.

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Valdosta_LLC_Becky_Crosby_F

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Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was up to 15 minutes. Which division is not entitled to a 10 minute rest period after the 2nd set in a best of 3 set match?

Boys & Girls 18's
Boys & Girls 12's
Men's Open
Women's 35

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