Adult Nike Tennis Camp at Lipscomb Racquet Club
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Who said summer camps were just for kids? Our Tennessee adult tennis camp in Nashville is a top tennis clinic for adults held at Lipscomb University. Enjoy two days packed with serious tennis instruction and fun!
Our goal at the Lipscomb adult tennis camp is to give players the opportunity to hit thousands of balls, sharpen their technique, and be challenged by their peers.
- Instruction from Lipscomb tennis coach, Jamie Aid & certified strength and conditioning coach, Jonathan Flinn
- 5:1 student to instructor ratio; 6 hours of instruction
- Campers receive a Nike Tennis Camp T-shirt
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Camp Director Jamie Aid
The head women's tennis coach at Lipscomb University, Aid joined the program in 2010 as an assistant and was named head coach prior to the start of the 2013-2014 season.View Jamie Aid's Bio ⟩
Jamie Aid’s first three years as head coach of the Lipscomb women’s tennis team have been filled with a number of firsts for her team.
The last three seasons the Lady Bisons have qualified for the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament. The past two seasons they have advanced to the semifinals. She approaches year four with a goal of continuing to reach new levels of success.
In 2016 the Lady Bisons were 14-8, 3-3 in the conference. The 14 wins were the most in the history of the program in a season in the NCAA era.
Three players earned All-ASUN honors. Laura Kent was named to the first team. Hanna Victorsson earned second team honors. Kate Kandyba is a member of the All-Freshman Team.
Aid, in her fourth year as head coach, joined the program in 2010 as an assistant and was named head coach prior to the start of the 2013-2014 season.
In 2015 the Lady Bisons were 13-10. Kent was named to the ASUN All-Conference First Team. Deahna Welch and Jenny Borck earned second team honors. Hannah Gamage was named to the All-Freshman Team.
The Lady Bisons set a season program record for wins with 10 in 2014. They finished with a 10-11 worksheet overall. In the spring seasons they were 7-0 in home indoor matches, also a program record.
Their 3-5 record in the Atlantic Sun earned the Lady Bisons their first trip to the conference tournament in 2014. Seeded at No. 6 they lost 4-0 to Florida Gulf Coast in the first round.
Laura Kent was named to the A-Sun All–Freshman Team. It was the first time a Lady Bisons tennis player had been named to the team since 2005. Kent was a unanimous selection of the conference coaches.
Off the court in 2015 the Lady Bisons also had a first for the Lipscomb athletic programs. Between their matches with Mercer and Kennesaw State they spent several days working on a mission trip working with the homeless in Atlanta.
In 2016 the players stayed in Nashville where they worked for a week with immigrants who are making the transition to living in Nashville.
For the past two seasons the Lady Bisons have also earned Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team status.
In addition to her coaching duties Aid also serves as the Director of the Lipscomb Racquet Club located at the Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center on campus.
She is also serving her second year on the NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Committee. Her term has been extended until September 2020.
She directs several camps at Lipscomb and also serves as a Junior Development Director, promoting junior tennis in the Nashville area.
Prior to joining the Lipscomb tennis program Aid held several positions at The Ensworth School in Nashville, working on the high school level in the Dean of Students office as head of academic support and as a faculty member in the fitness department.
From July 2006 through 2010 Aid served a tennis director at Ensworth. She oversaw the high school, junior varsity and middle school teams.
She served as head coach for the boys and girls teams and produced winning seasons with both teams each year as well as regular appearances in the TSSAA State Tournament. Aid’s combined overall record was 44-11.
Aid has also worked as an instructor at camps on other campuses, including the Vanderbilt Tennis Camps from 2001-2004.
Aid graduated from Lipscomb University with a B.S. degree in 2006. She transferred from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama after being sidelined with a knee injury.
She redshirted for one year and then played two seasons at Lipscomb. She was named First Team All-Conference one season. She served as captain of the Lipscomb tennis team as a junior and senior.
Aid earned numerous academic honors including the Provost List and the Dean’s List. She was a three-time All-Academic Team member. She also was named to the National Dean’s List and was a member of “Who’s Who among American College Students”.
She graduated from Brentwood Academy ('01) in Brentwood, Tennessee where she played tennis on the varsity level from the eighth grade through her senior year. She later served on the alumni board from 2006-2009 at Brentwood Academy.
Aid was a top player in state of Tennessee in juniors as well as the southeast region.
She lives in Nashville.
Coach Mario Hernandez
Mario Hernandez has been named as the head coach of the Lipscomb Bisons tennis team. It is his first head coaching assignment on the college level in his career. Hernandez, 26, played for LipscombView Mario Hernandez's Bio ⟩
Hernandez, 26, played for Lipscomb University from 2008-2011. He was the captain of the team his senior year.In July 2012 Hernandez was named a graduate assistant coach for the men’s team. The 2012-2013 team finished with its best result ever in the Atlantic Sun Conference. The Bisons, the No. 6 seed, reached the semifinals of the conference tournament with a victory over No. 3-seeded Stetson. The Bisons lost to eventual champion ETSU.
Coach Geoff Hernandez
Geoff Hernandez joined his brother, Mario Hernandez as the Lipscomb Bisons men’s tennis team as an assistant coach in the summer of 2014.View Geoff Hernandez's Bio ⟩
Geoff played the majority of his tennis in the Pacific Northwest, primarily in Western Canada. He was the No. 1 junior in British Columbia in 16's and 18's while reaching a ranking of No. 2 in Canada for 16 and under. He also competed in the USTA Pacific Northwest junior tournaments reaching a No. 1 ranking in the 18's playing in national and international junior events.
Staff Jonathan Flinn
Jonathan Flinn is the head strength coach for the men’s and women’s tennis and the Lipscomb Racquet Club Director of Health and Fitness and Racquet Club Manager.
Our other camp staff will include certified USPTA pros, college coaches, Division I college players, and experts from the Universities Exercise Science department.
We offer a weekend adult day camp that runs Saturday & Sunday from 9:00am-12:00pm, geared towards players age 18+ of all abilities.
2019 Camp Dates
- June 22-23
Camp is geared towards adult players of all levels. Upon arrival all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own instructional needs can be addressed throughout the week. Our adult tennis programs combine technical instruction and drilling from a top notch coaching staff as well as match play.
Saturday & Sunday
- 9:00-9:15 Warm-up
- 9:15-10:00 Rotation 1
- 10:00-10:45 Rotation 2
- 10:45-11:45 Doubles play/Video analysis
- 11:45-12:00 Nutrition
Please note: This is a Day Camp only and runs during the hours listed above. The camp tuition DOES NOT include housing. Campers are required to provide their own overnight accommodations.
Campers will utilize the eight new tennis courts of the Huston-Marsh-Griffith Tennis Center (Lipscomb Racquet Club).
Junior Tennis Camp at Lipscomb
We're excited to also bring you a Nike Tennis Camp at Lipscomb University Racquet Club for ages 4-18! Click the link for details.
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.
Camp Code: TNADLS
Camp ReviewsSubmit a review
Many Thanks! I would recommend
7/21/2016 - Jamie and staff - Many thanks for a well-organized adult tennis camp. I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed this camp. The drills were helpful and useful, and the instructors were very knowledgeable, helpful, and patient. I liked the visual of the serve, forehand and backhand with the instructor's comments and suggestions. I have seen my serve before, but it was helpful to see my forehand and backhand too. I appreciated the enthusiasm in the drills too with easy phrases and visuals. The music was fun, and Jeff added a lot with his bigger than life LOBS at the end of the day! I would recommend your adult tennis camp!
— Trudy S. Camper
7/6/2015 - Great instruction!
— Barry H. Camper
Such a wonderful experience
8/1/2014 - Such a wonderful experience with a great and supportive group of coaches. Very exhausting with it all in 1 day, but it was worth it.
— Lauren P. Camper
Nike Camp was FANTASTIC!
8/1/2014 - The Nike Camp at Lipscomb Racquet Club was FANTASTIC!! Great courts, high energy level of instructors (especially Mario Hernandez and Geoff Hernandez!), and loads of FUN! Thank you for a great time!!
— Joanna D. Camper