Meet our Tennis Pros
Templeton Tennis Ranch offers high-quality tennis clinics and personal instruction by our team of USPTA Certified Tennis Professionals…
TTR Director of Court Sports
Head Tennis and Pickleball Pro
Tim graduated from Washington College in 1986, with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy. He earned his master’s degree in sport science in 2005 from the United States Sports Academy. In 2007, Tim was inducted into the Washington College Athletic Hall of Fame.
Tim has enjoyed a lengthy head coaching career, both in men’s and women’s tennis, that began in 1986. He boasts an NCAA Division III National Championship, an NCAA Division III national runner-up finish, four NCAA Regional titles, 13 NCAA Tournament appearances and seven conference championships. During his career, Tim's teams have upset the number one team in the nation in all three NCAA divisions.
Tim spent five years (1990-1995) at Washington College as the head men’s and women’s tennis coach. The team won the NCAA Division III National Championship in 1994 and was the runner-up in 1995.
From 1995 to 2002, Tim was the head men’s coach at Florida Southern College, where he guided the team to a third-place NCAA Championship finish, seven consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, and two Sunshine State Conference Championships. He was also named the Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year in 2000 and 2002.
From 2005 to 2011, Tim had a successful term as the head women’s tennis coach at Auburn University. During his time there, the Tigers received three-straight at-large bids to the NCAA Championship, while individuals were selected for the NCAA Singles Championship four consecutive years. Under Tim’s leadership, the squad also defeated the nation’s No. 1 ranked team, won the SEC Western Division Title, and had three players named All-America.
In Tim's first year at Brown (2016-2017), the Bears saw two student-athletes earn Second Team All-Ivy honors for doubles and reach a No. 44 ITA ranking over the course the season. Tim coached back-to-back Second Team All-Ivy recipients for singles in 2017-2018 and 2018-2019. This season, the Bears 2019-2020 campaign saw the program open the spring with six-consecutive victories.
Schuyler (pronounced "Skyler") began his tennis career at Templeton High School, eventually acquiring a CA ranking in the USTA Juniors. He played varsity at THS all four years, going undefeated in singles his junior and senior year and helped lead the team to consecutive CIF titles in 2004 and 2005. While attending UCLA, he briefly played on the club tennis team, but focused mostly on school.
Before coming to Templeton Tennis Ranch, he was an instructor at the Laguna Niguel Racquet Club in Orange County and at the Total Tennis Academy in Thousand Oaks.
Schuyler's favorite tennis players are Marat Safin, Fabrice Santoro and Maria Sharapova.
Colby Grey is a Templeton native and played varsity tennis at Templeton High School for four years. He was captain of the tennis team and was an assistant for the Boys JV, Girls JV and Varsity tennis teams. During his high school career, Colby ranked #188 in the nation, #11 in Southern California, and was San Luis Obispo County Tennis Player of the Year. Colby is currently attending and playing tennis for UC Santa Cruz.
Colby has been teaching tennis for more than five years now. Until returning to UC Santa Cruz in the Fall, Colby will be assiting with TTR's junior clinics, camp sessions and is available for private lessons.
Christine played tennis at Brown University and was a member of Brown’s 1991 Ivy League Championship team.
Christine was the head women’s tennis coach at Wellesley College from 2001 to 2008. In 2006-2007, she also served as the USTA Girl’s 18’s National Team Championship Coach for the New England Section (formerly the Junior Fed Cup). From 2008 to 2011 Christine was the assistant women’s tennis coach at Auburn University.
Christine is currently a Senior Consultant with Donovan Tennis Strategies, where she helps guide prospective college tennis players and their families through the recruiting process.
Christine is a graduate of Brown University and earned her Master’s degree from Harvard University School of Education in 1997.