Joined IRC: 2008
Years Teaching: 24
Years Playing: 36
Teaching Style: Hands on, professional, personable with a focus on having fun and learning the game properly.
Head Coach (Boys), Brebeuf Prep School, 2014-present. Assistant Coach (Boys & Girls), Park Tudor School, 2006-2012. Coached 3 teams to IHSAA Team State Championships. Teaching Pro, Carmel Racquet Club, 2005-2008. Teaching Pro, Five Seasons Sports Club, 2002-2003. Butler University Tennis, 2002-2005. Florida Gulf Coast University Tennis, 2001-2002. IHSAA State Champion – Singles, Doubles and Team, Park Tudor School. Athlete of the Year, National High School Coaches Association, Boys Tennis, 2001.
Brandon grew up learning from his Dad and Grandfather who were both teaching professionals and club owners of West Indy for 25 years. He has been in the game his whole life and pretty much grew up in a tennis club. His accomplishments through junior tennis, high school and college are extensive.
Junior Tennis: #1 in the Midwest as a Junior (Boys 14 and Under). Top 10 player in the nation as a Junior (#9 Boys 14s, #8 Boy 16s). Played in All Major Tournaments at Local, Regional and National Level in every age group including all Regional Championships, and Super National’s (Easter Bowl, Hard, Clay). Former Silver and Gold Ball Winner, National Hard Courts Boy’s 14’s Doubles Finalist (played with Jonathan Ounjian),National Clay Court’s Boy’s 18’s Doubles Champion 2000 (played with Rajeev Ram).
High School Tennis: IHSAA Boy’s Tennis First Team All-State, Park Tudor Prep,IHSAA Boy’s Tennis State Singles Champion, Park Tudor Prep, IHSAA Boy’s Tennis State Doubles Champion, Park Tudor Prep, IHSAA Boy’s Tennis Team Champions, Park Tudor, IHSAA Women’s Tennis Team Champion Park Tudor, Assistant Coach, Only student-athlete in Boys Tennis IHSAA History to win State Championships in team, singles, and doubles, and as an Assistant Coach, National High School Coaches Association, Boys Tennis, Athlete of the Year, The National High School Athlete of the Year is selected by a national committee and honors the athlete that serves as a role model for all athletes throughout the country at all levels of competition. The athlete must exemplify a person of good moral character as well as achieving the highest level of success in their sport.
College Tennis: NAIA Men’s Tennis Second Team All-American, FGCU Men’s Tennis, First-Team All- Horizon, Butler Men’s Tennis, Horizon League Team Champions, Butler Men’s Tennis, NAIA Men’s Tennis Second Team All-American, FGCU Men’s Tennis.
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
Age Groups: Juniors and Adults
High Performance, but I love to teach all Levels and Ages
When Brandon is not teaching tennis he enjoy spending time with his wife and two dogs. He loves to travel and explore new places. He is an avid stock market trader, a die hard Buffalo Bills fan and major sports fan. Lastly, he tries hard to explore other avenues of fitness (yoga, pilates, etc).