Watson Children’s Shelter Tennis Pro-Am, hosted by PEAK Health and Wellness, is a three day charity event that matches pros and amateurs together in a tournament format. The tournament is held in October at the PEAK Racquet club in Missoula. 100% of the proceeds goes to support Watson Children’s Shelter and our mission to provide safety, nurturing, and stability to children and families through quality services and trauma informed care.


Thursday, October 10, 2019, 6-9:30 pm, at The Barn on Mullan!

The Pro Auction is the night to secure your spot in this year’s Pro-Am tournament. This fun and exciting evening includes a raffle and live auction of 28 professional tennis players. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be served and silent auction items are available for bid.

Successful bidders receive:

  • Doubles tournament play with a pro
  • Participant gift
  • Full breakfast bar Saturday and Sunday
  • Saturday lunch and tour at Watson Children’s Shelter
  • Refreshments and snacks throughout the event
  • Saturday evening hosted VIP party for you and a guest to meet all the pros
  • Complimentary professional photograph with pro


Thursday, October 10, 2019 – Sunday, October 13, 2019

Our silent auction has gone mobile – stay tuned for more auction details!

Auction items will be available to view and bid online!


Friday, October 11, 2019 – Sunday, October 13, 2019

• Adult Tennis Clinics – OPEN to the Public
Wonderful opportunity to work with tennis professionals on their form, shots, serves, or other areas needing improvement.

• Pro Doubles Exhibition – OPEN to the Public
Come and see some this year’s top pros play in a match against each other. Complimentary snacks and beverages will be available. This event is open to the public but a suggested donation is encouraged.

• GRAND SLAM experience
The GRAND SLAM experience is a special opportunity to enjoy a 1 hour tennis lesson with one of this year’s top pros. The lessons will take place on Friday morning of the weekend tournament – there will only be four winners. Bidding for this experience will take place on Thursday at the Pro-Auction. Must be 16 or older to participate in tournament.

• Lunch and Tour at Watson Children’s Shelter
Pros, players, and sponsors are invited to a tour of the shelter and enjoy lunch.


PLAY with a PRO Raffle – Stay tuned for more information!

Two lucky winners will be selected and paired randomly two pros to play in this year’s Pro-Am Tournament at the PEAK Racquet Club in Missoula.

Drawing will take place at the Pro Auction.

Need not be present to win. Must be 16 or older to participate in the tournament.

If you have any questions about the Pro Auction, feel free to contact Angie or Haydin at 549-0058,
or stop by The PEAK Racquet Club.


Live Pro and Silent Auctions

Thursday, October 10, 2019

6-9:30 pm, at The Barn on Mullan.

Event Weekend

Friday, October 11, 2019

8:30 am – 10:00 pm Grand Slam Experience (Winning bidders receive a 1 hour lesson with one of the top pros)
5:15 pm – 6:15 pm Adult Tennis Clinics ($10 donation; limited to 50 people; sign up at The PEAK Racquet Club) *
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Pro Doubles Exhibition at PEAK Racquet Club – Open to the public

* Open to the public

Saturday, October 12, 2019

8:00 am – 10:00 am Breakfast Bar at PEAK Racquet Club
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Tennis Pro-Am – Session 1 Matches
11:30 am – 1:30 pm Lunch and Tour at Watson Children’s Shelter
1:00 pm – 5:30 pm Tennis Pro-Am – Session 2 Matches
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm VIP party and check presentation for pros, players, & sponsors

Sunday, October 13, 2019

8:00 am – 10:00 am Breakfast Bar at PEAK Racquet Club
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Tennis Pro-Am – Session 3 Matches

All proceeds benefit Watson Children’s Shelter and our mission to provide safety, nurturing, and stability to children and families through quality services and trauma informed care.

For sponsorship opportunities contact Angie at 549-0058

2018 SPONSORS – 2019 sponsors coming soon!

Grand Slam Sponsors:


Celebrity Pro Sponsors:


Court Sponsors:

Nick & Mary Babson •  Tim and Shelley Geiszler • Geiszler Steele, PCHeadwaters Foundation • Loren’s Carpet One • Ruby Springs Lodge

Net Sponsors:

Alpine Physical Therapy • Craigs Mart • Good Food StoreThe Huckleberry People • Missoula Bone and Joint • Missoula Bone and Joint Surgery Center • Missoula Pepsi – Cola Bottling Company • Providence Health & Services, Western Montana • Willa Craig and George Risi • Harry Wilson

Big Serve Sponsors:

A&E Architects • American Expedition Vehicles • ASEA Cellular Health • ARR Construction • Axis Physical Theraphy • Carl Thornblade, MD • CTA ArchitectsDatsopoulos, MacDonald & Lind, P.C. • DeMarois Buick GMC Mercedes-Benz • First Interstate Bank • Kevin Hill • Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown • K Design Marketing, Inc • The Montana Club • Monida Healthcare Network • Montana Cancer Specialists • Partners in Home CarePlonk • Wells & McKittrick • Wilson Sporting Goods

Friends of the Shelter Sponsors:

AlphagraphicsThe Barn on Mullan • Bellamah Vein Center • Big Sky Brewing Co. •  Bob King – State Farm Insurance Agency • Bretz RV & Marine • The Captain Wilson Conspiracy • Doyles Sheehan • Gap MissoulaHi-Noon PetroleumHunter Bay Gourmet Coffee • James Bar Kohl’s Missoula • Kurt Kohn Photography • Lolo Liquor & Wine • Mayor Engen • Missoula Fresh Market • Stockman Bank • The Wahlberg Team At Windermere • Worden Thane P.C. • Writing with Light Photography

Interested in sponsoring this year’s event? Call Angie at 406-549-0058!

Learn more about partnering with Watson Children’s Shelter and the PEAK Health & Wellness for the Tennis Pro-Am. Contact Angie for a sponsorship packet and for more information about how you or your business can help Watson Children’s Shelter provide a safe, nurturing environment for children who are victims of abuse, neglect, abandonment or family crisis.

Angie Doucette
Development Director
Watson Children’s Shelter
4978 Buckhouse Lane
Missoula, MT 59804
(406) 549-0058


2018 PROS – Stay tuned for our 2019 pros!



Career-High Rankings: Doubles: 7 / Singles: 9

Career Prize Money: $2,620,344

Turned Professional: 1986

Titles: 16 WTA Tour Singles titles (7 singles & 9 doubles)

Olympics: Represented The Netherlands in Barcelona (1992) and was a semi-finalist in Atlanta (1996)

The Fed Cup: Represented The Netherlands for over 10 years; was a finalist in 2006

Grand Slams: Reached the quarter-finals or better at 3 of the 4 Grand Slams

Featured Career Wins: Career-high win #2 Sanchez-Vicario, Venus Williams, Lindsay Davenport, Monica Seles, Mary Pierce, Jennifer Capriati, and Conchita Martinez.

Watson Tennis Pro-Am Participant: 4 years

Born in the Netherlands, Brenda left home at age 11 to pursue her tennis career. Brenda earned 12 top-ten wins during her career and shares the second fastest recorded women’s serve of all time with Venus Williams at 130 mph! After taking time off to recover from an injury, she returned in 2006 and made a strong comeback by defeating Dominika Cibulkova. She and her husband, Sean, run tennis and wellness camps in Ferrum, VA, and Jupiter, FL.



Career-High Rankings: Doubles: 77 / Singles: 69

Career Prize Money: $1,365,211

Turned Professional: 2000

ATP Challenger Events: Won 10 Challenger singles and doubles titles and one career ATP doubles title in Newport.

Grand Slams: Played in all four Grand Slam tournaments at least once. At Wimbledon, he won his first career Grand Slam match to reach the second round, then fired 32 aces and had a two-set lead over eventual finalist Rafael Nadal to force a third set tie-break before falling 6-7, 3-6, 7-6, 7-5, 6-4. Kendrick was the only player in the tournament to take sets from Nadal on his route to the final, where Nadal lost to top-seeded Roger Federer.

Featured Career Wins: Milos Raonic, Grigor Dimitrov, Robin Söderling, James Blake, Gaël Monfils, and Kevin Anderson.

Watson Tennis Pro-Am Participant: 7 years

Born & raised in Fresno, California, Robert began playing tennis at age five. Since 2015, he has been the Assistant Director at Winter Park Racquet Club in Florida. He trains and supervises players of all ages and abilities, whether working with seniors, beginners, or with our nation’s top junior prospects. He also works part-time with the USTA to develop athletes on the men’s side.



Career-High Rankings: Doubles: 6 / Singles: 168

Career Prizemoney: $1,313,255

Turned Professional: 1987

Collegiate: All-American at USC in 1986 and 1987

ATP Titles: 10 Career ATP Tour doubles career titles: Monte Carlo, Estoril, Nottingham, Long Island and Bologna (2).

Grand Slams: 1993 French Open Doubles Champion (with brother Murphy).

Watson Tennis Pro-Am Participant: 7 years

Luke was born in Grayling, MI. The better half of the tennis’ rock n’ roll Tennis Brothers, he earned the nickname “Dual Hand Luke” based on his ability to play both left and right-handed. He is currently the Director of Racquet Sports at West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, NY. Luke also provides color commentary for ESPN and ESPN2 broadcasts on the ATP Tour and travels the world as an instructor, motivational speaker, and ambassador for the game.



Career High Ranking: Doubles: 274 / Singles: 163

Career Prize Money: $398,888

Turned Professional: 2005

Collegiate: NCAA Singles Finalist (2002); Five-time All-American at University of Kentucky

ITF Futures Events: 5 career titles

Featured Career Wins: Taylor Dent, Grigor Dimitrov, Jan Michael Gambill, Ivo Karlovic, Robert Kendrick, Gilles Müller, Bobby Reynolds, and Donald Young.

Grand Slams: Has qualified to play in 3 of the 4 Grand Slams; Best Grand Slam finish: Round 32 at 2010 US Open – lost to Djokovic in 4 sets.

Watson Tennis Pro-Am Participant: 6 years

Born in Naples, FL, Jesse picked up a tennis racket for the first time at age 6. A die-hard Miami Heat and Dolphins fan, Jesse started and now runs a tennis academy in his hometown of Naples, Florida. He and tennis pro, Jordan Vaughn, also started and run a non-profit called “ace the future,” a program to help kids reach their goals of going to and playing college tennis.


University of Montana Men’s Head Coach

Missoula, MT

A native Montanan, Jason has been in Missoula since 1991, when he became a walk-on player for the Griz. He is currently in his second year as the Men’s Head Coach at his alma mater after five years as an assistant under legendary head coach Kris Nord. Jason was named the Coach of the Year in the Big Sky Conference in his inaugural season. He is a USPTA certified professional who came back to the sport he loves after a long break from the game when the Peak Racquet Club was first built. Jason is married to his college love, Jenny, who he met while teaching a tennis class on campus in the 90’s and has two sons, Will (14) and Marcus (11).

Director of Racquet Sports, Riverside Country Club
Bozeman, MT

Dave has been teaching tennis for over 35 years. He grew up in Minnesota where he played college tennis at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. He was the Tennis Director at Teton Pines in Jackson, Wyoming for 22 years and at Riverside Country Club in Bozeman, Montana for 7 years. Among his many hobbies and acquired skills is crafting fine furniture…..his wife will tell you.

Head Tennis Professional, Esplanade Golf and Country Club
Naples, FL

Jordan Vaughan is the Director of Tennis at Fiddler’s Creek in Naples, FL. She played Division 1 tennis at both Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida Atlantic University, where she majored in photography. Formerly #1, she is currently ranked #3 in the Nation for Father-Daughter Open Doubles. Jordan also teamed with Jesse Witten to reach the finals of the U.S. Open sectional qualifier this year in mixed doubles.

Director of Tennis, The Canyons Racquet Club

Hamilton, MT

Jimmy Pinjuv was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. He graduated from Bishop Gorman High School and played for the four-time Nevada State Tennis Champions (1982-1986).  He went on to graduate from the University of Nevada Reno, receiving a degree in Business Management. Jimmy was named the captain of the University of Nevada, Reno, Wolf Pack tennis team in his junior year in 1991. Jimmy started teaching tennis after college and tennis is still one of his greatest passions. Today he coaches the boys and girls tennis teams at Hamilton High School and is the Head Tennis Professional at the Canyons Racquet Club in Hamilton. He is the proud father of his four and eight-year-old daughters.

Former Bobcat and Griz (2002-2005)
Bozeman, MT

Kyle is an Elite Level USPTA Certified Professional. He has been certified for over 12 years and part of the Bobcat Tennis Center since 2007. He grew up in Denver, Colorado until he moved to Bozeman at the age of seven. He was a black belt in Taekwondo by the age of 12 but shortly switched his passion to tennis full-time. He played competitive junior tennis in the Intermountain Section growing up, as well as varsity tennis for the Bozeman Hawks all four years of High school. He went on to play Division I college tennis for the University of Montana in 2001. Kyle graduated from Montana State University in 2006. After graduation, he taught at Riverside Country Club for three seasons as the Assistant Tennis Pro. During this time, he also taught indoors at MSU during the winter season and continues to run their Junior Bobcat tennis programs. He now coaches some of the top juniors in the state and Intermountain section. In 2009, he coached a Women’s 3.0 team to 2nd in the Nation in the USTA league. He has served on the USTA Montana Board as a representative for the Bozeman area and on the Intermountain Junior Competition committee. He has a love for the game that shows and is extremely happy to be part of the Watson Tennis Pro-Am.

Tennis Professional, Ranch Country Club
Boulder, CO

Ginger has been a USPTA and PTR teaching pro for 25 years. She currently teaches at the Ranch Country Club in Westminster, Colorado. She has also taught at Boulder Country Club, Bobcat Tennis Center, VanDerMeer Tennis Academy and has been a Division I Women’s Assistant Coach for the University of Colorado and Montana State University. She still actively plays USTA Leagues and National Age Division tournaments.

Head Boys and Girls Varsity Tennis Coach, Flathead High School
Kalispell, MT

Jimmy has been a Head Tennis Pro at The Summit since 1999. He is a Montana native who led Whitefish High School to two State Championships in 1988 and 1989. Jimmy played college tennis at Montana State University from 1989-1993. He is the Head Boys and Girls Varsity Tennis Coach at Flathead High School. Jimmy is married to Tia Celentano and has a son, Joston, who is a freshman at Flathead High.

Former Griz
Atlanta, GA

Originally from South Africa, Carl played his college tennis for the University of Montana Grizzlies. He led the Griz to their first Big Sky Conference regular-season championship in 2012, where he played #1 singles and partnered with Ben DeMarois for doubles. Carl played #1 singles for three years for the Grizzlies, was a four-time Big Sky Conference Player of the Week and a three-time First-team all-Conference selection. Carl graduated with his degree in Finance and Economics in 2012 and now works as a consultant in Atlanta, GA.

Director of Tennis, Peak Tennis Center, Hayden
Hayden, ID

Born in Medford Oregon, Zachary started with the Frank Inn Jr. School of Tennis. He won his first USTA Junior Champs tournament at the age of 16. He went on to State three years and finished with a USTA Pacific Northwest top 20 ranking in singles and top 5 in doubles. Zachary is now the Director of Tennis at Peak Tennis in Hayden, and competes on the 5.0+ team.

Great Falls, MT

Warren, originally from Great Falls, went to college at The College of Wooster in Ohio. There he was an All-American in both singles and in doubles in 94 and 95. He has played Futures events throughout the US after college. Formerly a USPTA Certified instructor, Warren has had his own painting business for the last 18 years. He has spent most of that time in Cincinnati, where he furthered his tennis playing. Warren has recently moved back to Montana and is a proud new dad with his wife Hannah, of their new son, Oliver.

Head Tennis Professional, Elks Tennis Center
Billings, MT

Brad grew up in Billings, where he played tennis for Skyview High School. After being a state doubles finalist both his junior and senior years, he went on to play for Montana State University Billings where he held the #3 singles and doubles positions. Brad graduated with a degree in Music Education in 2012. After graduating and becoming a USPTA teaching professional, Brad taught at MSUB and the Elks Tennis Center. In 2016, Brad became the Head Tennis Professional at the Elks Tennis Center. Currently, Brad is a Recreation Specialist for Billings Parks and Recreation where he oversees year-round tennis programming. Brad also owns and operates a private piano studio.

Tennis Professional, PEAK Racquet Club
Missoula, MT

Josiah is a born and bred Missoula native. While playing tennis at Valley Christian School, Josiah placed in the top four, three years in a row, playing at the #1 doubles and singles positions from his sophomore to senior year. Each of those years he led his team to two 2nd place team titles, and a 1st place trophy his senior year. He has since become certified by the USPTR tennis association and assumed the head coaching job for both the varsity boys and girls at his alma mater-making him one of the youngest coaches to take on such a position. Josiah conducted a one week long camp in Colonia Vicente Guerrero, Baja California, Mexico upon revisiting the orphanage he volunteered at for 6 months. He is also frequently seen helping with some of the classes at the Peak Racquet Club.

Tennis Professional, Eagles Country Club
Boise, ID

Colin Gillam grew up playing tennis in Anchorage, Alaska. He was in the top three of every age group in Alaska throughout his junior playing days before playing collegiate tennis at Boise State and Portland State. He earned his Marketing and Advertising degree from Portland State. After college, he coached and ran programs in Oregon, Alaska, Florida, Texas, Montana, and Idaho where he is currently Head Tennis Pro at Eagle Tennis Club. Colin’s passion is working with competitive juniors. He has traveled with many juniors to state, sectional and national tournaments. While in Montana, he worked as Director of Junior Tennis at the PEAK, working with many players of all ages and abilities. Being able to participate in the Watson’s Pro-Am is a highlight of his year, and always looks forward to seeing friends and getting a burrito at El Diablo.

Director of Junior Tennis, PEAK Racquet Club
Missoula, MT

Jan is a native of Burgersdorp, South Africa. As a junior, he was ranked #1 in the u18 doubles rankings in 2000 and 2001, and top 10 (high of 6) in singles. He was also selected to represent South Africa as a junior in Australia, England, USA, Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria. He started his collegiate playing career at the University of Louisiana-Monroe, where he was honored as a Second Team All-Southland Conference selection in doubles, before transferring to The University of Montana. While at Montana, he was a #1 singles player for the Big Sky Conference and was named First Team All-Big Sky Conference in each of his three years in Missoula.

Former Griz (1992-1994)
#1 Single and #1 Doubles
1st Team All-Big Sky Conference
Helena, MT

Brian is a native of Montana through and through but has lived the past 17 years in the Pacific Northwest where he held the #1 singles and #1 doubles ranking in Men’s Open division. Featured Titles include four-time winner PNW Sectional Championships and three-time winner Seattle City Open Championships. Brian recently moved his family back to MT and is very excited to be a part of MT tennis once again! Currently, he is the owner and manager of Verwolf Tennis, providing passionate coaching to his students of all ages and skill levels in the Helena, MT area.


Former High School Champion
St. Ignatius, MT

Devon grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana. He started playing tennis when he was 12 years old. He is a three-time Louisiana State Doubles Champion at Evangel Christian Academy (2013-2015). Devon moved to Montana (St. Ignatius) in 2015. He is currently the assistant tennis coach for St. Ignatius, was an intern for USTA Montana District office this past summer (2018) and currently works part-time at Peak Health & Wellness while in his 4th year of schooling at the University of Montana as an Elementary Education Major with a Pre-Kindergarten through 3rd grade minor…he is a very busy man!

Former Griz
Missoula, MT

Victor was born in Sant Celoni, a small town 30 miles north of Barcelona, Spain. He started playing tennis at the age of four and began competing in provincial tournaments at the age of eight. Victor came to the United States in January of 2015 to play tennis for the Montana Grizzlies, where he studied applied mathematics and economics. Over four seasons, Victor was named first team all-conference two times. He reached the Big Sky conference playoff finals twice, playing in the number one and two spots in both singles and doubles. He became the singles champion of the Idaho State Invitational, finalist of the Dar Walters Classic in Boise and reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Mountain Regional Tournament during his senior year. Victor ended the year ranked 19th in the ITA Mountain Region. Now Victor is in Missoula finishing both of his majors and helping out with the tennis team as an undergraduate assistant coach.

Assistant Tennis Professional, PEAK Racquet Club
Missoula, MT

Noah grew up in Helena, WA playing tournaments around the state of Montana and the Intermountain region. Coming from a tennis family, with his father playing for Gonzaga and his brother playing for Seattle University, Noah had plenty of motivation to play tennis at a high level. He was All-state in the high school Montana AA division for consecutive years and was named State Champion in 2014. Noah then continued his tennis career at the University of Montana and is currently a teaching professional at Peak Racket club. Noah is a senior at the University of Montana, majoring in Organization Communication and Marketing. He completed an internship in Seattle, Washington in the summer of 2018 with an organization specializing in Hospitality and Business management.

Director of Tennis, PEAK Racquet Club
Missoula, Montana

New Zealand native and ex-Montana State University men’s tennis team player from 1989-1993. Scott was a first-team Big Sky Conference selection in 1993. He was the head tennis professional at Riverside Country Club in Bozeman for 15 years, and junior director of tennis at Bobcat Tennis Center for five years. Scott was named the 2010 Intermountain Professional of the Year recipient, 2004 Intermountain Tennis Association Developmental Coach of the year recipient and 2004 National USTA 5.0 finalist Team member. Scott is currently the director of tennis at the PEAK Racquet Club in Missoula.

Former Griz

Missoula, MT

Born and raised in Ingolstadt, Germany, Yannick came to the US in January 2015 to play Division 1 college tennis at the University of Montana, while getting a business degree. Since the age of 12, Yannick has been playing in international tournaments such as Iceland, Namibia, Mauritius, Turkey, and many more European countries. During Yannick’s time at UM, he played in the number one and two spots in the Griz lineup. During his senior year, he was ranked 77th in the nation in doubles with partner Alex Canellopoulos. They finished first team all-conference in singles, second team all-conference in doubles, earned the ITA Most Improved Senior Mountain Region award and led the team to the second consecutive Big Sky Conference final. Yannick now is the assistant men’s tennis coach at the University of Montana and is finishing his degrees in Finance and Management Information Systems. Upon graduation, he plans to work with PricewaterhouseCoopers in San Francisco and focus on IT risk management for large technology and financial clients.

Former Griz
Missoula, MT

Born in Madrid, Spain, Nacho started playing tennis at the age of three with his father’s coaching. At the age of ten, he started competing regionally and by the age of 12, he qualified among 32 of the best players in the country. He won several tournaments in Madrid, including the Master, a tournament that brings together eight of the best players in the region. In 2012, he won the National Championship with his club “Club de Tenis Chamartin.” In 2014 he moved to the U.S. where he played #1 at Union College in Kentucky, before transferring to the University of Montana. In his junior year, he led the team in singles wins with a record 16-2 earning a Big Sky Honorable Mention. As a senior, he played #1 doubles and #4 singles for the Griz. He is currently the assistant coach for the UM men’s tennis team while finishing his degrees in Management, Marketing, and International business.

Missoulian Sports Writer
Missoula, MT

An avid tennis player and writer, Bill has worked for the Missoulian the past eleven years. He has received national awards from the USTA for his tennis writing and in the past has been ranked No. 1 in the 35-over men’s singles division in the Iowa District of the USTA. Bill attended college at Iowa Lakes where he played baseball and he later attended Clarke University in Iowa. Both of his children played No. 1 for the Missoula Big Sky tennis program.

New York City, NY

Peter Mimnagh-Fleming is originally from Navan, Ireland and played his college tennis here at the University of Montana from 2013-2017.  He was a key member of the first Grizzly team to ever win the Big Sky Conference tournament title in 2014 that went on to face the #2 ranked Oklahoma Sooners.  Peter was the captain of the team his senior season and led the team back to the conference title match that year and finished with over 100 total college wins for the Griz while playing near the top of the line up in both singles and doubles.  During his stellar junior career, Peter was a 4x Irish National Doubles winner and a 2x Irish Singles winner while being in the singles title match an astounding 7x overall.  He currently lives and works in New York City.

Management Instructor, Montana State University
Bozeman, MT

Sean, originally from Billings, was a three-time undefeated Montana high school singles champion and lost just one set in his high school singles career.  He played extensively on the USTA junior circuit, achieving national age group rankings as high as top 70 in singles and top 20 in doubles.  He played four years of Division I tennis at West Point, where he rose to the #2 singles position and earned all-conference honors.  After graduating West Point in 2009, Sean served five years in the Army as a Field Artillery officer, including one deployment to Afghanistan.  After leaving the Army, Sean earned a Master’s Degree at Cal Berkeley while playing on the national championship winning club tennis team.  After Berkeley, Sean finally made it back to Montana, where he currently teaches at Montana State University and is completing his Ph. D. in Industrial Engineering.  Sean has volunteered with the Billings Senior High tennis teams and coached juniors in Bozeman and Billings, to include two state singles champions and seven all-state finishers.


The PEAK Racquet Club is the place to play racquet sports! Five championship indoor tennis courts, six state-of-the-art handball/racquetball/squash and three outdoor tennis courts are just the start of the new facility. Complete locker room facilities, a Techno Gym cardio and weight room, a comfortable lobby and juice bar will make you feel right at home.

5000 Blue Mountain Rd # 1
Missoula, MT 59804
(406) 251-3356


From Brooks/Hwy 93 traveling south, turn right at stoplight at Blue Mountain Road. Turn right onto Buckhouse Lane.

Watson Children's Shelter

Watson Children's Shelter