High Performance Director

Brian is the Director of the High Performance Program at TCSP. As a former eight year owner and director of an academy in Southern California, Brian coached over 30 players who were ranked top 100 in the nation.

Brian has trained and placed over 40 players to prestigious Universities like UCLA, University of Oklahoma, University of Pennsylvania, University of San Diego, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, Amherst College, Air Force Academy, Carnegie Mellon, UC San Diego, Claremont McKenna College and many more.

Brian traveled the world playing ITF Juniors and professional tennis for two years. He then received a full scholarship to Brigham Young University Hawaii and helped lead the team to win its first NCAA Division II title in the 2002 season. Brian achieved a national ranking of 7th in singles and 2nd in doubles. After playing college tennis, Brian’s passion led him to study the mental aspect of game which he considers most important.

Brian received a Masters’ Degree in Applied Sports Psychology from California State University Fullerton. During his graduate study, he was mentored by Dr. Ken Ravizza a guru of sports psychology. For his Masters’ project, Brian created a mental skills training program for elite tennis players and has been applying the program to all his students. The results have been outstanding.


High Performance Coach

Lawrence was ranked #1 in southern California in boy’s 16’s and 18’s divisions. He was ranked #1 in the United States in boy’s 16’s division and 7th in boy’s 18’s division. He was the Easter Bowl’s 2007 boy’s 16’s champion and placed 4th at Kalamazoo in 2007. He competed in the Junior US Open as well as the Junior Davis Cup in 2007 where he received 6th place. He went on to play for the University of Oklahoma and helped them to the NCAA finals as the #1 seed in the nation. He stayed to help his team as the graduate assistant coach at the University of Oklahoma and is now here at TCSP helping his former coach, Brian Park.

Kyle McMorrow


High Performance Coach

Kyle has competed nationally and internationally and was instructed by world-class coaches at the junior, collegiate and professional levels.

He competed on the ITF Professional Circuit for almost two years, reaching a high ATP career ranking of 655 in singles and 527 in doubles. He is also a 3-time futures doubles champion.

While at the University of Washington, Kyle was a NCAA Division 1 All American (2013). He was named PAC 10/12 First Team (2011, 2012, 2013), PAC 10 Freshman of the Year (2010), and PAC 10/12 Academic Honorable Mention (2011, 2012, 2013). Kyle won 100 singles matches while at UW and is ranked third on the UW all-time wins list (combined singles and doubles).

As a junior the USTA ranked Kyle 2nd nationally. He was a Blue Chip recruit according to Tennis Recruiting and ranked 9th in his class (2009).

Kyle holds a B.A. from the University of Washington in Communication (2013).


High Performance Coach

JT was ranked #1 in the nation in the 14s, #5 in the 16s, and #2 in the 18s. He was a two-time doubles champion at Kalamazoo in 16s and 18s with Daniel Nguyen. Winning the 18s title at Kalamazoo gave JT a wildcard berth into the U.S. Open doubles main draw where he played against Juan Monaco and Maximo Gonzalez. JT was the Winter National Junior singles champion in the 18’s division December 2008. He was named the 2006 Southern California Player of the Year and throughout his junior career he was the winner of eight gold balls, one silver ball, and two bronze balls. He also collected five ITF junior titles in singles and doubles. JT was a member of 2 straight national championship teams at USC where he was named to the NCAA All-tournament team both years.
JT was a member of the Rotary Club of Westlake Village.
JT holds a B.S. from Texas Christian University in Psychology (2013).

Tom Jennings


High Performance Fitness Instructor

As a lifelong sports participant, a career in athletic training has given Tom the opportunity to stay involved with sports by helping athletes recover from injuries and optimizing performance. His career started as a trainer for the St. Joseph’s University men's basketball team. He spent three years training and learning about Division I sports in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Following his time at St. Joseph’s, he returned to his home state of Indiana to work with the Indiana Pacers in the NBA. He got to work with great coaches like Larry Bird, Rick Carlisle and Isiah Thomas, as well as helping legendary athletes like Reggie Miller, Sam Perkins, Chris Mullin, Jalen Rose and many more.

His goal for the tennis community is to provide a safe, energetic and effective program to aid the athletes with injury prevention, recovery and performance.


High Performance Coordinator