Texas A&M University Tennis Camps
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX
Texas A&M University Tennis Camp Session 1
June 4 - June 9, 2017
Texas A&M University Tennis Camp Session 2
July 9 - July 14, 2017
Texas A&M University Tennis Camp Session 3
July 16 - July 21, 2017
Located just 1.5 hours outside of Houston, TX and 2 hours outside of Austin, TX, Texas A&M University is an ideal location for this adidas Tennis Camp. The Texas A&M Tennis Center has twelve lighted courts with seating for nearly 3,000 spectators with an additional 18 tennis courts for the camps use. Campers will stay in the Cambridge House which is a resort style dorm that features four students to a two bedroom/two bath suite. The dorms also feature two swimming pools, a game room, and a theater!
About Our Coaches
Mark Weaver was named Texas A&M women’s tennis head coach on July 30, 2015.
By being named the sixth head coach in the history of the Aggie women’s tennis program, Weaver’s career at Texas A&M has come full circle. He began his stint in Aggieland as a student-athlete and four-year standout on the Aggie men’s tennis team from 1990-94. The Shreveport, La., native then served six years as a volunteer coach for the A&M women’s team before being hired as the women’s tennis assistant coach in 2007.
Texas A&M has advanced to the NCAA tournament every year since Texas A&M initially hired Weaver as an assistant coach in the fall of 2007. Prior to becoming the Aggies’ full-time assistant, Weaver had served as a volunteer assistant coach for the women's team for six seasons, including 2003 and 2004 when A&M won a Big 12 Conference regular season title and a Big 12 tournament title.
Weaver was promoted to associate head coach following a historical 2013 season in which Texas A&M reached the NCAA championship finals for the first time in program history and received an all-time high No. 3 final ranking.
In 2014, Weaver was honored as the ITA Texas Region Assistant Coach of the Year as the Aggies finished 21-7 and No. 9 in the final ITA rankings, the second highest final ranking in school history.
Weaver, who graduated from Texas A&M, was a four-year letter winner and starter for the Aggie men’s tennis team from 1990-94. Weaver capped his collegiate career by leading the Aggies to their first Southwest Conference championship. Weaver also won the 1994 SWC No. 1 doubles title and set an A&M record with a .805 career winning percentage in doubles.
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