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Juniors Nominated For NJTL Camp

August 19, 2010 06:10 PM
USTA Southern hosted a Regional Tennis Leadership Camp at the Jackson State University (JSU) on Thursday, July 29 – Sunday, August 1.
 
Twenty-one juniors from seven states in the Southern Section were nominated by their National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) Program Directors to participate in the four day/three night camp.
First
Last
City
St
NJTL
Christopher
Adams
Greenville
MS
Four Aces
Joshua
Dangerfield
Birmingham
AL
James Lewis
DeMorris
Mack
Birmingham
AL
LETT
Terrance
Cunningham
Mobile
AL
Lyons Park
Darin
Yates
Greenville
MS
Four Aces
Travous
Wilson
Jackson
MS
Battletfield
Julian
Lyons
Jackson
MS
Battletfield
Michael
Cleveland
Natchez
MS
Natchez
Richard
Hill
Starkville
MS
Starkville
Hufelder
Duarte
John's Island
SC
Courting Kids
Kaylon
Moss
Memphis
TN
Tennis Memphis
Taylor
Walker
Birmingham
AL
James Lewis
Deanna
Mayes
Florence
MS
Battletfield
Cyan
Jones
Greenville
MS
Four Aces
Amera
Abbas
Greenville
MS
Four Aces
Jaslyn
Barrow
Greenville
MS
Four Aces
Kayla
Gines
Greenville
MS
Four Aces
Valencia
Bonds
Natchez
MS
Natchez
Lauren
French
Raleigh
NC
Raleigh
Tara
Fields
Charleston
SC
Courting Kids
Maegan
Windless
Memphis
TN
Tennis Memphis
Taylor
Malcolm
Fayetteville
GA
Peterson School
 
Activities for the weekend included lodging and meals on the Jackson State University Campus and daily tennis instruction from the Jackson State University Head Tennis Coach, Niji Olebegi. Cultural activities in the city included trips to the Smith Robertson Museum & Cultural Center and the Russell C. Davis Planetarium, with special transportation courtesy of Captain Ron and the Fondren Express trolley. The campers also enjoyed many team-building and networking activities and heard presentations from a local attorney, a nutritionist and students attending Jackson State and Alabama A&M Universities.
The Regional NJTL Tennis Leadership Camp is a result of the continued success of the National NJTL Tennis Leadership camp, created in 1984. These camps are designed to provide an educational and motivational tennis experience for NJTL participants who could not afford such an opportunity. The goal of the regional TLC is to offer a larger number of NJTL participants a chance to be part of a life lasting tennis and social experience.           
 

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