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Jeanise Rosado, League Coordinator

Mobile: (703) 994-0569

Jeanise Rosado was named the new coach for the girls varsity tennis team at Independence High School. In 2016 Coach Jeanise founded Loudoun County Tennis Academy which serves as a bridge from middle school to high school tennis. Loudoun County Tennis Academy is the first middle school tennis league, partnered with Loudoun County Parks & Recreation. There are currently 14 of the 16 middle schools in the county who participate.

In 2015 Jeanise was Head Coach for the Briar Woods High School girls varsity tennis team. In her first season Coach Jeanise lead the girls team to win first place in Districts. Along with the team win, she also coached the #1 Double’s Team to District Champions, Regional Champions (first time in Briar Woods history) and runner up in States. Jeanise is also focused on coaching the younger children in the Academy. From her pre-school “Queen” & “King” of the court classes to teaching the 8U red ball classes her passion and patience is evident for the little ones in the academy. “As a mom of four I get it and our academy is set up to teach tennis for lifelong players and build a tennis community here in Loudoun. It is also important to me in empowering our athletes on and off the court as well as opening opportunities to our high school & middle schoolers as jr. coaches. Tennis is a fun family sport and I am grateful for the opportunity to grow not only our tennis academy but our family here in Loudoun County.’