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Girls Tennis Clinic

Join Dana Hall Varsity Tennis Coach Maureen Sumner and members of the Dana Hall tennis program for an afternoon clinic.


Girls Tennis Clinic


Sunday, April 8, 2018
from 4 - 5:30 p.m.


Shipley Center Gymnasium 
The Shipley Center for Athletics, Health and Wellness
(Dana Hall campus)
Dana Hall coaches and players will teach young girls about game fundamentals and tennis skills—all in an atmosphere fueled by fun, interactivity and aspiration. The clinic will be held indoors in the Shipley Center gymnasium. Girls will be grouped by age and ability—beginners are welcomed.
Dana Hall School's Girls Athletic Clinics provide an opportunity for girls in grades 1-5 to enjoy athletic clinics among a variety of sports throughout the year.


Girls, grades 1-5


$20/participant (includes a special gift)   


Participants should wear comfortable clothes and sneakers, and bring their own tennis racquet.


Email  with any questions.


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Maureen Sumner is Dana Hall's Varsity Tennis Coach. Prior to Dana, she served
as the Assistant Teaching Pro at the South Yarmouth Tennis Club and a freelance tennis instructor. Sumner played tennis at the College of the Holy Cross, winning the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championship in 1986. In 2017, she was the first-ever women’s tennis player to be inducted into the Holy Cross Athletic Hall of Fame. Sumner represented New England at Nationals in 2012-2016; she was a National Champion in 2012 and runner-up in 2013 and 2016 (captain three of those five years). Sumner was also the Untied States Tennis Association (USTA) Open Division National Champion in 2012 (representing New England).

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