Tennis Staff

 
USPTA Tennis Co-Director
Jenni Grove
Jenni began her career at Ephrata HS - 47-1 career. She won District & County Titles. Full ride to University of MD where she won her first National Title at the Sugar Bowl in singles and doubles. Jenni has been inducted into the Lancaster County Hall of Fam and Ephrata Hall of Fame. She continues to play on USTA league teams: 10.0 Mixed and 5.0 Women's.
 
USPTR Tennis Co-Director
Alex Mast
Alex is a native of Lancaster and specializes in high-performance training for the junior player. He is a USPTR teaching professional. He played #1 Singles for Duquesne University, National Open Doubles Champion-2003, PIAA State AAA Singles Champion-2004-2005, District III AAA Singles Champion-2003 & 2005, LL League Doubles Champion-2004, LL League All Star Team-2002-2005, and many more accolades.
 
USPTR Tennis Professional
Greg Hammond
Greg is a USPTR teaching professional and the head coach of the Lancaster Catholic High School (girls) and the Penn Manor High School (boys) varsity tennis teams. He has helped guide several of his teams and individuals to the PA State tournament, PIAA District 3 titles and a PIAA state doubles championship. Greg also plays in several USTA adult tennis leagues where he has been a part of two teams that have qualified to play for the national championship.
 
USPTR Tennis Professional
Brandon Wortkotter
My name is Brandon Wortkotter and I have been playing tennis since I was a little kid. Born and raised in Fort Myers, FL I had tennis courts all around me and began to fall in love with the sport. The summer before my junior year of high school I moved to Marietta, GA where my family currently resides. I played my first USTA Junior Tournament when I was 9 years old and played national level tournaments throughout high school. I received a tennis scholarship to Mount Saint Mary's University where I graduated in May of 2018 with a degree in Business and Sports Management. I am currently the Graduate Assistant Tennis Coach of the Men's and Women's program here at the Mount where I coach around 20 student athletes. I am currently studying to receive my MBA. I have always coached kids during my summers off from college home in Georgia and have a passion for helping others improve in the sport.
 
Tennis Professional
Leo Lopez
Leonardo reached as high as #1 ranking in Paraguay in the 16 & under age group and consistently ranked in the top three players throughout his junior career. Received a full tennis scholarship to University of Pikeville (KY). His team were two times Conference and Regional Champions reaching the Final Four in the NAIA Nationals Championships in 2001. Leo has taught to all ages and level of players ranging from beginners to high performance classes. He is a PTR certified tennis professional.
 
Junior Tennis Professional
Brooke Kready
Brooke is a USPTA teaching professional. She played #1 singles for Conestoga Valley HS, was named a section all-star, was awarded team sportsmanship award, and competed in USTA tournaments throughout her high school career. She graduated in May 2019 from Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences as a registered nurse and is continuing her education at Millersville University.