Chris played three years of NCAA Division 1 collegiate tennis at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, and one year of NCAA Division 3 collegiate tennis at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon.
Chris graduated with honors from Pacific University in May 2016 with an undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance.
At Pacific University, Chris helped the tennis program achieve its highest ever National Ranking of #29 in the country, #6 in the West Region, and he got to the finals of the Northwest Conference Tournament in 2016.
In May of his senior season, Chris received Student Athlete of the Week recognition for the Northwest Conference.
Chris’ experiences as a high school and collegiate player hav prepared him to be a coach focused on helping guide young tennis players in the TennisPower Program to achieve their goals of the ATP/WTA TOUR, NCAA Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, and high school tennis. Chris is also well prepared to help guide the Marine League and Men’s League to become the top teams in the South Bay.
At Peninsula Racquet Club, Chris currently coaches the Pee-Wee Programs, Junior Programs, Team Tennis, Marine League, Men’s League, Private Lessons, Hitting Sessions, Terranea Resort Clients, and is an Assistant Coach for the CTC South Bay Team.
Chris has great passion and energy for working with new clients and makes the environment on court a fun and memorable experience. He teaches students not only perfect technique but also point play strategy, and he helps every player maximize their potential. Chris helps players recognize and improve on their weaknesses so they become confident hitters at any spot on the court.