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

Avery grew up playing tennis in Bellingham, WA and was one of the top players in the PNW for juniors. He played high school 3 years, winning a State Championship in his junior year. Following graduation, Avery taught tennis at TCSP, helping out in High Performance, JPP/JHP, and junior development. Recently, Avery departed TCSP and completed two years at Portland State University (D1 Tennis), where he broke the record for #1 doubles wins with his partner from Portland, OR, and beat two top 50 ranked doubles teams in the nation. Avery finished his degree Magna Cum Laude in Geography and recently accepted a position as the Director of Tennis and Programs for a Non-Profit called Seattle Tennis and Education Foundation (STEF) that helps under-resourced youth get help in the classroom and on the court. We are very grateful to have his experience, skill, and passion for tennis as a part of our program!


High Performance Coach

Hunter Clark joins the High Performance Program at TCSP after coaching at several clubs in Kansas City over the past 4 years. Hunter grew up in in Virginia, where he played high school tennis and was a 3 time 1st All State honoree. He then played Division I tennis at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he was a two time captain and led the team to an NCAA tournament appearance and a regular season conference title. Hunter is also an assistant coach with the University of Washington women's tennis team.


High Performance Coach

Nikko Madregallejo was the Number 1 ranked junior in the country for Boys 12s and 14s. He was also ranked in the top 5 nationally for Boys 16s and top 15 for Boys 18s nationally. He finished 3rd at the 2011 USTA National Tennis Championships, was a finalist at the International Spring Championships in 2011, and represented the United States on the Junior Davis Cup team and at the World Junior Tennis Championships. He then played Division I tennis at the University of Alabama before coming to Seattle to coach at Tennis Center Sand Point.