Brian Wu


Brian is the General Manager of College Park Athletic Clubs (CPAC), a network of seven tennis and fitness facilities across Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. CPAC employs over 100 tennis and fitness instructors, who collectively work with over 3500 tennis and fitness enthusiasts in the Midwest.  The CPAC clubs host and sanction over 90 USTA Junior Tennis Tournaments each year, and have trained thousands of junior players who have gone on to compete at the high school, college, and even the professional levels in tennis. While Brian is a USPTA certified tennis professional who continues to teach group and private tennis lessons on a weekly basis, Brian also serves as the Business Development Consultant for Club Automation LLC., the nation’s leading web-based software for Tennis Club Management. He played college tennis competitively, leading Wheaton College Men’s Tennis to two NCAA Division III National Tournaments (2002 and 2003).  As a junior, Brian was nationally-ranked player and won the 1998 Maryland State High School Championship in Doubles.

Ed Brune


As one of the founders of Indianapolis’ first indoor tennis club, Ed Brune is truly a pioneer and respected statesmen for tennis.  Established in 1965, not only was the Indianapolis Racquet Club (IRC) Dean Road, Indiana’s first indoor tennis club, it was the largest with 16 indoor courts and several outdoor clay courts.  An innovative businessman and former lawyer, Ed has worked hard to keep the IRC a fresh and fun place to learn and play tennis for over 40 years.  As the General Manager of the IRC, Ed also oversees a staff of 30 instructors, the Midwest’s largest pro shop and puts the experience of his membership above all else.  Ed is a former Junior Davis Cup Coach, Director of Competition for the U.S. Open and University of Cincinnati 4-year varsity tennis player.  Through Ed’s leadership over the years, the IRC has been the former home to several major tournaments including the U.S. National Clay Court Championships, the Virginia Slims of Indianapolis, the National Boy’s 12 and Under, and the National Women’s 65 and Over.

John Cassens


John brings more than 30 years of experience in the tennis industry to the Advisory Board.  Most recently, John served as the Tennis Director for the Bally’s National Health Club’s former tennis facilities throughout the Puget Sound.  John managed a staff of 16 instructors and was responsible for leading various special events and tennis tournaments for the clubs.  Prior to his Bally’s experience, John served as the Tennis Director for the Edgebrook Tennis Club in Bellevue.  John also served as the head men’s and women’s tennis coach for Seattle University and Decatur High School.  John is a USPTA Certified Tennis Professional and an engaging and knowledgeable operational leader in the tennis industry.

Rebecca Moe


Rebecca Moe is a Connecticut native. She earned both a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Education from Fordham University in New York.  Rebecca is currently the Director of Athletics at University Prep and has been at the north end independent school since 1999.  Rebecca was the President of the Emerald City 1A League from 2009-2011 and was named Athletic Director of the Year in 2010.   At University Prep, Rebecca, also coaches the High School Softball team and serves on the academic council, safety committee, wellness committee and as an Upper School Advisor.    Rebecca serves on the Board of Trustees’ at the Meridian School, coaches a LVR youth soccer team, and is the owner and director of Little Champs Sports Skills Summer Camp.  Rebecca, her husband David and two children reside in North Seattle.

Scott Marshall


Scott Marshall is the co-founder of the Tennis Center Sand Point.  By creating the Tennis Center with co-founder Johann Tan, Scott combined his passion for sports and the community while helping to fill the need of more affordable indoor sporting opportunities in Seattle. In 2009, Scott helped engineer the Racquet Training Center at Sand Point (RTC) which served as a temporary lesson facility for over 1,500 players and helped gather momentum for the development of the Tennis Center. As an experienced investment manager, Scott led the financial engineering to capitalize this project. The project was only made possible because of the incredible support by a handful of civically-minded investors in the community.