Director of Player Development
Originally from San Antonio, Jamie played college tennis at SMU and at West Point (Army). After college, Jamie twice won the All-Armed Forces Men’s Singles Championship, twice represented the United States at the World Military Games, served as Assistant Coach of the Men's tennis team at West Point, and taught tennis in New York City’s Central Park. In addition, he has served in management positions at a major investment bank in New York City, a global ministry, and in the military. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, and Reformed Theological Seminary. He is also a certified USPTA pro. He and his wife Anna have two children, Alex and Natalie.
Jamie is living life to the fullest when he’s on a tennis court or listening to live music, especially jazz!
Nationally ranked junior
Played in SMU’s starting line-up as a freshman (mostly at #5 and #6 singles)
Played #1 singles at West Point (Army)
Patriot League Men’s Singles Champion (#1 line)
Two-time All-Armed Forces Men’s Singles Champion
Twice represented the United States at the World Military Games (Moscow 1996; Rome 1997)
Assistant Coach, Men’s Tennis, West Point
Tennis Pro, Central Park Tennis Center (New York City)