Jeff is a USPTR-1 certified tennis professional, who has been teaching tennis for over 30 years in both tennis clubs and resort settings across the northeast. Jeff has been the teaching pro at NS&TC since 2008. In 2017, he became the club manager, taking over for Gordon Smiles who retired after 35 years at the club.
He works with New England and nationally ranked juniors as well as juniors and adults of all levels and ages. Jeff played college tennis at Springfield College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Jeff lives in Westford with his wife and two sons. In his spare time he enjoys outdoor activities including playing golf and spending time with his family.
If you are interested in taking lessons with Jeff, you can call the club (617-527-9414) or email him.
Training & Performance Coach
Prior to becoming Head Squash Coach and Pro at NS&TC, Chris was Men's and Women's head coach at Dartmouth, Head Coach at Wellesley College and Assistant Coach at Harvard.
Chris currently is the U.S. National and Regional Teams Coach. She coaches National and U.S. Open Champions along with several nationally ranked juniors. Several are top 10 in their age groups and more in the top 30. She works with adults and kids, aging from 6-81! She teaches beginners to avid league players.
Chris runs an international trip, taking juniors to the Dutch Open and the Pioneer and work as an instructor at squash camp at Dartmouth College.
In her playing days, Chris was a former All-American and All -Ivy Squash player, ranked as high as #2 in the U.S. and #37 in the world.
Education includes BA from Dartmouth College and Masters in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Offer private and group lessons at Club and offer coaching at tournaments and offer private sessions on mental toughness, strategy and college counseling.
Joyce has worked as a trainer since 1995 and has been at NS&TC since 2003. She is a certified Z-Health Master Trainer specializing in the neurology of movement, sports performance, sports vision training along with pain and injury rehabilitation. She is also certified as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, is a Registered Dietitian and has her Masters degree in Nutrition from Boston University. Joyce played Division III basketball at Anna Maria College for four years, ran with the Greater Boston Track Club for 8 years post-college, cycles and has been playing squash since 2009.
Joyce’s training philosophy is to make you BETTER at what YOU DO - racket sports, running marathons, pilates, yoga, walking or hiking - even as you age. Training programs aim at improving movement efficiency, balance, strength and flexibility; reducing pain and compensations from current and previous injuries; and preventing future injuries through skill development, individualized warm-up progression and nutrition.