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  • Alex Golub

    Co-Director of Junior Player Development
    Alex Golub was a Number One singles and doubles player at Florida State University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. He has coached dozens of nationally ranked junior players and has helped our Junior Program here at BSAC to grow to become over 100 players strong. Alex lives in Tampa.
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  • Andrew Golub

    Co-Director of Junior Player Development
    Andrew Golub was previously a nationally ranked player. He was a Number one singles and doubles player at The University of Miami, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management. Andrew has helped to grow our Junior Program here at BSAC to grow to become over 100 players strong. He and his wife Vondra live in St. Petersburg.
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  • Damon Henkel

    Tennis Teaching Professional
    Damon Henkel began his tennis career at The University of Florida, attaining a singles rank of 4th in the nation in 1996. He was the youngest all American in school history and the only player to win 20 or more matches for four consecutive years. Damon coached traveling ATP Tour players and the Bahamian Davis Cup Team and was a practice partner for a two- time Australian Open Champion. From 1998 to 2001 he was the Men's Assistant Tennis Coach at The University of Florida, coaching three singles All Americans and an NCAA 1999 Singles Champion, leading the team in
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  • Morgan Frank

    Tennis Teaching Professional
    Morgan Frank hails from Clearwater, FL and was coached early in her career by our own Alex Golub. Upon competing in several international tournaments and all US National junior tournaments, she received a full scholarship to Texas A & M University where she was the 2008 No. 5 Singles Champion, the 2009 No. 2 Singles Champion, and the 2010 No. 3 Singles Champion among countless doubles achievements. She has a .800 winning percentage in singles and a .718 winning efficiency in doubles contests. In 2010 she reached No. 108 in final ITA singles rankings.
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