Born & raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Scott moved to Bozeman to play collegiate tennis for Montana State University 89-93 where he earned 1st Team All-Big Sky 1993. He was the Head Tennis Professional Riverside Country Club (Bozeman – 15 years) and the Director of Junior Tennis at the Bobcat Tennis Center (5 years). He is currently the president of the Montana Tennis Association. He was the 2010 USPTA Intermountain Professional of the Year recipient as well as the 2004 Intermountain Tennis Association Developmental Coach of the year recipient. In 2004 he was the captain of the National USTA 5.0 finalist team from Montana. He and his wife Tina are the proud parents of two children, Max and Quinn.
A native of South Africa, Jan moved to the US to play college tennis, first at the University of Louisiana Monroe and then at the University of Montana. He was a three time Big Sky Conference 1st team selection as well as a Southland conference selection.
- Before joining the staff at The PEAK he served as Director of High Performance at the Darling Tennis Center in Las Vegas. Prior to Las Vegas, Jan was the Director of Tennis at the Meadowlark Country Club in Great Falls.
- Jan has also been involved in working the Team USA camps where he had the opportunity to work with the top juniors on a sectional, regional, and national level. He also served as the coach for Team Intermountain which competes against other sections every year.
- Jan has served on the Montana junior Committee, Intermountain Junior committee, and the Intermountain Coaches committee for Montana and Nevada.
Josiah is a native Missoulian. While playing tennis at Valley Christian School Josiah placed in the top four at State, three years in a row; he led his team to two 2nd place finishes, and one 1st place trophy his senior year. Josiah is a certified USPTR professional. Beyond the U.S. borders Josiah has taken his tennis instructing to a FFHM (Foundation For His Ministries) orphanage in Colonia Vicente Guerrero, Baja California, Mexico to teach week long camps to kids of all ages.
Haley grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona where she started playing competitively at 10 years old and tennis became her main focus. As a freshman at Chaparral High School she played #1 singles and doubles and helped win State for the first time in 10 years. This brought her to a boarding academy in Southern California shortly after to pursue a full-ride scholarship to a top division one tennis program. The move paid off as she worked her way up to #20 in the nation and #1 in the southwest in the girls 18 and under division. The University of Oregon first grabbed her attention where she had a successful freshman year winning the Duck Invitational before transferring to University of Montana. Her junior year as a Griz she was named to 1st Team All-Big Sky Conference, and the leagues' Most Valuable Player, after going undefeated in conference play at #1 and snapping Sacramento State’s 12-year Big Sky winning record at home, giving UM’s tennis program its first ever regular season conference title. After knee surgeries ended her senior year, she graduated with a degree in Organizational Communication and is in the middle of pursuing her MBA.