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    Angela Allin
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    Arnau Dachs
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    Bob Raedisch
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    Chris Wade
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    Craig Karseno
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    Darren Boyd
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    Dirk Ebel
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    Doug Eckstein
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    Gregg Conaway
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    Jean Andersen
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    Jeff Scarella
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    John Nallon
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    Leroy Sam
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    Lisa Pecha
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    Lori Plum
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    Matt Watson
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    Michael Nott
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    Michelle Cornish
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    Reggie Carthon
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    Royce Deppe
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    Ryan Haley
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    Sally Haning
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    Sydney Bwalya
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    Travis Durant
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    Vicki Buholz
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    Vicki Jordan
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    Will Lawrence
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    Will Stein
    
 
Name: Sydney Bwalya Title: Jr. Academy Tennis Pro
Department: Jr. Academy Email: SBwalya@tbarmtennis.com
  Phone: 972-233-4444
 
Bio:

Sydney came to us from McPherson College where he was the head men’s and women’s tennis coach for two years. Prior to assuming that position, he spent four successful seasons at Barton County Community College where he coached four NJCAA Regional VI championship teams. His men's teams won in 2005, 2006 and 2008, while the women took the title in 2008. Following the 2008 season, he was inducted into the Barton Sports Hall of Fame. In 2009, both of his teams finished runner-up in the 2009 Region VI championships. Sydney returned to his alma-mater and served as a graduate assistant at Washburn University from 2004-2005. Sydney began his career as tennis director for the Joel Ross Summer Tennis Camp in Kent, Conn. As a player, Sydney represented his native Zambia in the Davis Cup from 1997 to 2001, captaining the squad in the 1998 and 2001 tournaments. Prior to being named to the 1997 Davis Cup team, he won the Zambia closed Championships. Sydney was named to the ITA/NJCAA All-American team in 2000 and 2001. After finishing two years in junior college, Sydney attended Washburn University where he played in the No. 1 position for two years. Sydney then went on to receive his Bachelor's degree in General Studies from Fort Hayes State University, Hays, Kan.