Nike Tennis Camp at University of the Pacific Stockton, California
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Come join the fun and get better this summer! Nike Tennis Camps is thrilled to be offering a new location at the University of the Pacific this year. This summer camp is for young players to come and improve their tennis game, work hard, make new friends and have a lot of fun. In addition to the summer camp, we are also offering a winter camp at University of the Pacific.
The Nike Tennis Camp at University of the Pacific is a great day camp for kids of all skills levels ages 6-18 to come enjoy their summer while working on their tennis game. Our goal is to give players the opportunity to hit thousands of balls, improve their technique, and be challenged by some of the best players in their peer group. Our junior tennis camps combine technical tennis instruction and drilling from a top notch coaching staff and supervised match play.
- Instruction from UOP head men's coach, Ryan Redondo, UOP head women's coach, Charlotte Scatliff, and Director of ErWIN Tennis, Mike Erwin
- We offer a "10 and Under Tennis" program, featuring smaller courts and lighter, lower-bouncing balls
- 5 hours of tennis per day with low student to staff ratio. 6:1
- Every camper gets Nike Tennis Camp tee shirt
- Fun, safe environment to enjoy summer and get better!
Campers play tennis at the University of the Pacific's Hal Nelson Tennis Courts; 9 outdoor courts.Meet your coaching staff
Ryan is in his 3rd year as Director Of Tennis and Men's Head Coach at the University of the Pacific.Read Full Bio
Prior to coming to Pacific, Ryan spent the last three years as an assistant to Gene Carswell at San Diego State. His responsibilities included recruiting, developing practice and competition schedules and managing budget operations. Prior to his stint at San Diego State, he spent two years playing on the USTA, ITF and ATP professional tours. He also spent time during the past year coaching privately in the Rancho Sante Fe, Calif.
Redondo was a three time letterwinner at San Diego State from 2002-04. He earned All-America honors as a sophomore and junior and is one of the top players in Aztec history. In 2003, he earned a spot in the NCAA Doubles Finals with partner Oliver Maiberger. He began his collegiate at Pepperdine, transferring to the Aztec program for his sophomore season.
As an Aztec, Redondo collected many accolades. In 2002, his first season after transferring from Pepperdine, Redondo teamed with Maiberger to reach the quarterfinals of the NCAA Doubles Championship and helped the team win the National Collegiate Indoor Championship, the program's lone national championship. In 2002-03, Redondo and Maiberger posted an outstanding 31-8 record, including 21 wins against ranked opponents. They finished the season ranked No. 1 in the country after winning four matches in four days to reach the NCAA Doubles Finals where they lost to Illinois' Brian Wilson and Rajeev Ram. Redondo earned five All-Mountain West Conference selections, and still holds the program record for double victories with 59 while teaming with Maiberger. He graduated from San Diego State with a degree in religious studies.
Mike is the Director of ErWIN Tennis.Read Full Bio
Mike Erwin is from Dayton, Ohio and brings over 20 years of coaching experience to Northern California. His junior programs in the Midwest produced many sectional and national champions, and it’s players were awarded millions of dollars in college scholarships. This program’s players won titles at The Easter Bowl, Orange Bowl, National Clay Courts, National Hard Courts, National Opens, and had a finalist at the Junior US Open. Two of the players reached the #1 ranking nationally in the 18 and under age group. Mike served as Administrator and Head Coach for the USTA High Performance Training Center.
Since moving to California in 2009, Erwin has been working on developing a strong junior tennis program in the Central Valley. His players have won titles at The National Open, West Coast Championship, National Regionals, NorCal Sectionals, and had a semi-finalist at The Easter Bowl and a Quarterfinalist at Kalamazoo. Several of the programs players have moved on and had success at the collegiate level. Coach Erwin is working with the USTA 10 and Under program and is excited to be developing a high performance program for players this age.
He is active with USTA NorCal serving on the Coaches Commission, Junior Task Force, and working as a coach in RTC Camps.
Erwin is a member of the USPTA, USPTR, and completed the USTA Sports Science Certification. He attended college in the Midwest and played on the nationally ranked team at Sinclair College
Charlotte enters her first year as Head Women’s Coach at the University of the Pacific after nearly a decade among the ranks of the Gauchos of UC Santa Barbara.Read Full Bio
Most recently, Scatliffe spent the 2011-12 season as the Gauchos Interim Head Coach as she took over the program after three years as a Gaucho assistant. In her one season at the helm of the Gaucho program, Scatliffe guided her women to 5-3 record in the Big West Conference and a semifinal showing at the conference championship tournament. Prior to her stint at the top of the program, Scatliffe spent three years as a Gaucho assistant. Among her duties as an assistant coach was creating a culture of academic success, a position she excelled at as she molded the Gauchos into the top academic team in the Big West over her final three seasons as a coach.
Additionally, Scatliffe worked as a tennis pro at Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club in Goleta. She also worked for the Santa Barbara Tennis Patron, traveling to various elementary and junior high schools in the Santa Barbara and Goleta area, teaching children tennis during their P.E. time.
A four-year letter-winner for the Gauchos from 2004-2008, Scatliffe earned All-Big West honors in doubles three times. In her four years of competition, Scatliffe won nearly 50 doubles matches and 40 singles matches. A native of San Bernardino, Calif., Scatliffe graduated from UCSB with a BA in sociology in 2008.
(Camp Code: TNXDUP)
This summer we are offering two sessions of Junior day camp (8:30am-4:30pm) for kids ages 6-18 of all skill levels.
Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week.
10 and Under Tennis:
In addition to the All Skills program, we offer a “10 and Under Tennis” program, featuring the USTA’s successful new teaching format. This is an exciting new way kids 10 and under are learning to play tennis as well as compete. The courts are smaller and balls are low-compression so they are easier to hit, allowing kids to get to the ball and develop optimal swing patterns. It all makes it easy and fun for them to hit, play and score from the start, while developing skills that will last a lifetime. Please note: This program is optional and younger campers may opt to play regular tennis on the full courts. For more information on “10 and Under Tennis” programs nationwide, Click Here to check out the USTA website.
Check-in: Monday at 8:00am at the tennis courts
Check-out: Friday at 4:30pm at the tennis courts
Daily Program Schedule
Day Camp runs 8:30am to 4:30pm (Monday through Friday).
Lunch is included for all campers.
A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring. Our health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 8:30am-9:00am Warm-Up and Activation
- 9:00am-12:00 noon Tennis instruction and Drills: Footwork/serves/strokes (w/ breaks)
- Noon-1:00pm Lunch
- 1:00pm-4:30pm Match Play and Conditioning (w/ breaks)