Randolph Macon College Tennis Camps
Randolph Macon College
Located just 20 minutes north of Richmond, Randoph-Macon College is a top location for VA tennis camps. As part of the new complex, the courts, which sit on five acres, includes ten playing courts with four courts lighted at night, stadium seating, a restroom facility, a gazebo and benches. The complex is accessible from Henry Clay Road, and there is ample parking.
About Our Coaches
Charles Gray is in his 10th season working with The Yellow Jackets men's and women's tennis teams.
During his time at Randolph-Macon, Gray has been involved in recruiting, scheduling, planning and running practices, and performing community service. He has been an integral part in the growth and development of the tennis program in recent years.
The new Banks Tennis Center is a state-of-the-art facility including 10 courts, outdoor lighting, a gazebo and restrooms. The Banks Tennis Center was recently recognized as a 2013 USTA Collegiate Facility of the Year and 2012 Award Winner by the American Sports Builders Association for the top new outdoor tennis facility.
The Yellow Jackets have consistently qualified for the ODAC Championships. During the past eight seasons, Gray has coached multiple All-ODAC players and doubles teams. Mederick Cecil was co-Player of the Year in the ODAC for the 2011-12 season. R-MC has also garnered its share of top sportsmanship awards.
Gray is certified by the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) as a professional, by the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) as an instructor, and by the United State Tennis Association (USTA) as a clinician. He has more than 20 years of tennis coaching experience.
A former tennis professional for Henrico Parks and Recreation, Gray has owned and operated his own tennis coaching business for more than 20 years. He has been an adjunct professor in the Physical Education Department at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. Gray has worked with numerous local, state, regional and nationally-ranked junior players. He has also coached multiple Division I, II and III men’s and women’s tennis players.
Gray is actively involved in the local and state tennis community. He has volunteered his time and resources by running clinics for a number of middle and high school tennis teams. He has donated racquets, nets and tennis balls to many organizations and clubs. He has assisted in teaching Special Olympics and the Tennis Opportunity program.
OVERNIGHT CAMPERS - Check in 1-2pm at Conrad Hall (#32 on campus map) on June 17th and July 8th. Check out Friday at 12pm at the Tennis Courts.
DAY CAMPERS - Check in from 1:30-2pm at the tennis courts on June 17th and July 8th. After the first day, campers should arrive at 8:45am and be picked up at 4pm each day except the last day. Check out on Friday is 12pm at the tennis courts.
Campers will train on Randolph-Macon's new 10 court tennis complex that features 4 lighted courts, bathrooms, and more. Campers will also train inside in case of inclement weather. Don't miss out on this Virginia tennis camp!
I had so much fun at tennis camp this summer. I made a lot of friends at camp, especially my roommate, who is now one of my best friends. The tennis part of camp was great and I really learned a lot from the coaches.
My daughter was a bit nervous going into camp since it was her first time away from home. The staff did an excellent job making her comfortable because she didn’t want to leave! Not only did she gain the sleep away experience, she made a ton of new friends and her skills improved so much. Well worth it. Thanks to the coaches! I highly recommend the adidas Tennis Camps!
Thoroughly enjoyed the camp at Randolph-Macon College. They have a state of the art brand new tennis facility and an amazing coaching staff to go along with it. Thanks Coach Gray.
The tennis camp held at Randolph-Macon College was awesome. My son really enjoyed it and already stated he wants to return again next year. The instruction by Coach Gray and his players is very good. They provide helpful tips and encourage in a positive way. Holding these camps on a college campus is a great idea because it allows young people to get experience with staying in a dorm and to get a quick look at what student life is like.
The tennis camp was so much fun and I can't wait to go back next year.