Meet our Pros

Jay Aldridge – Played College Tennis at Atlantic Christian College (now Barton College) in Wilson, NC from 1975-1979. He was in the All-Conference all 4 years, All-District all 4 years. He played over 220 College matches both singles and doubles. Atlantic Christian won the NAIA National Championship in 1979 under Coach Tom Parham. Tom is in 11 Hall of Fames for Coaching and Player Development. Jay was inducted into the Atlantic Christian College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1994.

Jay started coaching and teaching full time in 1983 and has played a huge part of 9 High School State Champions (5 girls doubles, 2 boys doubles, 1 mixed doubles and 1 singles). He has developed and coached 3 players who became ranked in the nation (Ryan Harper, UNC, Neil Mauer, Louisivlle, and Dana Evans, All American at Wake Forest). In 2004 he received the Maryland USPTA Maury Schwartzman Award for his influence on High School Tennis players throughout the Eastern Shore.

George Obermeier – M.S. in Sports Psychology is a certified USPTR Teaching Pro. During High School and College he competed in basketball, tennis, track and distance running and scored over 6,800 points in the decathlon to set a school at Frostburg State University. He taught and coached men’s and women’s tennis at Penn State, Altoona for 8 years and captured 11 State Championships in the Pennsylvania State Community College Athletic Association. He also coached the men’s basket team.

George switched gears and became the CEO of New Beginnings, Williamsburg, PA helping troubled young people and gave motivational speeches in all 50 states and six other nations before returning to coaching both boys and girls tennis in Middletown, NJ for the last 11 years. In 2013, his USTA 55+ team lost to the National Winners. He was the Atlantic Club Tennis Champion in 2001 and 2001 in Wall, NJ. He has worked extensively with students of all ages and he brings a wealth of experience to us in Cambridge.

Mohamad Dajani – is a teacher at North Dorchester High School. He has worked part-time at the Bay Country Racquet Club and also taught tennis at the club and the Hyatt for the last 9 years. In 2010 he took over the former Busick Summer Camp which is a two week clinic for kids ages 4-17. The Dajani Summer Camp which is run by Mohamad along with former students and teammates. Mohamad is instrumental in getting young people interested in tennis. He is responsible for the 10 week winter high school league which the club hosts right before the High School tennis season starts. Mohamad also gives private indoor soccer lessons.

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