June Members Update



Please call CRC and give the front desk an emergency phone number and contact. Recently emergencies have occurred involving individual members or elderly members and the only number we have on file was the member’s phone number. CRC had no way to contact someone close to the member to inform them of the emergency. Thank you.


 For parents of all junior competitive program players (including Satellite I & II, Junior Challengers, Junior Grand Prix, Junior Tour, Grand Prix and Girls High School):

Payment for the programs MUST be made BEFORE starting to play in the program! This applies to all players in all programs and for every twelve week session (fall, winter and spring). If your child starts late, the amount will be pro-rated for the remainder of the 12 week session but still must be paid before starting to play. 

You will NOT receive a bill in the mail so please contact the front desk to make your payment – thank you!


Indoor National Hardcourts (Vancouver, Washington)

  •   Men’s 80’s doubles champ with Jack Sanders
  •   They were last year’s champs and have their second gold ball.

Outdoor National Hardcourts (Laguna Woods, California)

  • J.B. and Jack Sanders finished in third place Men’s 80’s doubles 3rd (bronze ball)
  • In both tournaments J. B. placed 4th in singles.

J.B.’s 2016 national USTA rankings:

  • #3 Men’s 80 singles
  • #1 Men’s 80 Individual Doubles
  • #1 Men’s 80 Team Doubles
  • #1 Men’s 80 Team Doubles with Gordon Nichol
  • #7 Men’s 80 Team Doubles with Jack Sanders

 In USTA national sanctioned tournaments players receive a gold ball for first, a silver for second and a bronze for third. J. B’s total so far is—

  • 4  gold balls
  • 2  silver balls
  • 5 bronze balls

J.B. is living proof that tennis is a life-time sport!

Jack Sanders (left) and J.B. Hayes     













Alex Woldmoe holding the Big East conference men’s tennis championship trophy.

Alex Woldmoe, younger son of CRC head pro Mark Woldmoe, graduated from Butler in May. Alex graduated with a major in business and will work for Roche. He recently he helped his team win the Big East conference for the first time by defeating Marquette University 4-3.

Alex was named Top 100 Outstanding Students (Butler student body is over 4,000). He was inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma scholastic honor society, the highest national recognition for a business student. He has been on the Dean’s List and was named Academic All Big East.He had 77 career wins and his doubles record is 45- 29. His sophomore year he played doubles with older brother Austin.

Big East member schools: Butler University, Creighton University, DePaul University, Georgetown University, Marquette University, Providence College, St. John’s University, Seton Hall University, Villanova University, Xavier University





Congratulations to StudioRE owner Anna Newcomb and her husband Luke on the birth of their son Bradford Newcomb (nick name Ford).








WELCOME BACK to Miguel Dungo!  Miguel returned to CRC on June 1 as Director of Junior Development. Miguel came to us from the Health Institute of Indiana (previously Westview/Healthplex) where he served as the Director of Tennis and General Manager for 18 years  Before that time, Miguel worked for Carmel Racquet Club as a tennis pro for five years.  Miguel’s tennis accomplishments include playing on the Professional Tour for 5 ½ years.  During this time he competed in such events as the U.S. Open, Wimbledon, and the Davis Cup.  Miguel resides in Carmel with his wife Bethany and three children: Logan, Landon, and Lexie.  Bethany has been working in the nursery at CRC for many years. Help us show Miguel a warm CRC welcome.




BEST WISHES to Mike Raymond!  Mike Raymond decided in June to return to a career in the business world  Mike has been a wonderful asset to the CRC pro team since 2002. Mike has worked with all levels of players and has focused much of his time and talents on developing junior players. Mike is a certified member of the USPTA. Mike is a native Hoosier.  He played tennis for Ball State University and for Carmel High School. Mike and his wife Heather have three daughters. Best of Luck to Mike in his new career. 





Carmel High School junior and CRC junior member was featured in the Indy Star. Grace is the chief operating officer at the café, ensuring the day-to-day business runs smoothly. Students have been running the business for three years. The café was started and run entirely by DECA students. This past year the café brought in $90,000. 


The USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla officially debuted in 2017. CRC members were some of the first people to play on the 115 courts and tour the innovative new facility. Helen and Jim Petersen were there in March for the USTA Annual Meeting. Greg and Kim Griffey were there in April for the Tournament Directors certification. Jian Chen, Lynn Trott, and Yvette Van der Wiel were there in May for a girls trip.

The goal of the National Campus is to enhance the sport at every level and create an unparalleled playing, training and educational experience for players, coaches and spectators.

It focuses on the complete tennis pathway – from the youngest players to recreational competitors of all ages and ability levels, and from collegians to future pros and professional tour-level players.

(l-r): Jian Chen, Yvette Van der Wiel, Lynn Trott


Mike Cannon and Mark Rexroth played June 8-9 in the 2017 Cincinnati Flying Pig Regional Hog Heaven bridge tournament. The tournament ran all week and had a morning and afternoon session each day. Both days the guys played, they took first place in two of the sessions and earned gold points toward their Life Master. Great job Mike and Mark!

Mark Rexroth (l) and Mike Cannon (r)




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