Tennis - Boys Varsity
The tennis program at Wyoming Seminary dates back to the 1800s. Prior to 1903, the sport was played primarily for recreation and was not recognized by the school’s Athletic Council as a “regular sport.”
Wyoming Seminary became a part of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) in 1984 which made it possible for several boys and girls to compete in district and state competition in singles or in doubles.
Allison Joanlanne - Head Coach
Joanlanne spent four years as a professional tennis instructor at the Premier Athletic Club in Cortland Manor, New York and previously worked as a tennis instructor for the Department of Parks and Recreation in New York City. She holds a bachelor of science degree in sports management from Old Dominion University where she earned a tennis scholarship. Joanlanne is a member of the United States Tennis Association and is certified as a Professional Tennis Registry Instructor.
For more information about the tennis program at Wyoming Seminary, contact Coach Joanlanne at firstname.lastname@example.org.