|Title:||Head Men's Tennis Coach|
Jeremy Ellis has played tennis for more than twenty years. An Okeechobee, Fla. native, Ellis first honed his skills as No. 1 seed in singles and doubles at Grace College in Winona Lake, Ind. After his collegiate career, he became a finalist in the Blueberry Festival Open Tournament in 2009 and 2010, won the Montgomery County Clay Court Open Tournament in 2010 in men’s open singles and men’s open doubles, and was the finalist in mixed open doubles. Ellis’s GMVTA 5.0 league team was the league champions in 2010 and his USTA 9.0 Mixed Doubles USTA Team was league and district champions that same year. He is currently rated as a 5.0 in the USTA adult ratings. From 2008–2010, Ellis was the head teaching professional and tennis director at Dayton Center Courts in Dayton, Ohio. While he was there, he coordinated tennis programs for both adults and juniors, and coached eight, top-seeded high school students who went on to qualify for the 2009 Ohio State Championships. Ellis also coached nationally ranked junior players, four and five star USTA players, and NCAA Division I tennis players.
Jeremy Ellis currently serves as the youth pastor of Crossroads Christian Church in Wintersville, Ohio, where he lives with his wife and four children.