Pine Creek Tennis is a spring sport and a no-cut program that welcomes players of all skill levels, beginner to advanced!
The foundation of our program is based on the following cornerstones: fair play, sportsmanship, citizenship, competitiveness, academics, leadership, and participation. Itis the focus and dedication to these cornerstones that allow the coaching staff, athletes, parents and supporters to work together to achieve a successful season.
The Varsity Team has eleven players. All other athletes play on JV.
To learn more, download the Girls Tennis Handbook.
Head Coach Dave Lehman
Dave Lehman is certified school teacher and retired military veteran (U.S. Army) who is also a professional tennis instructor, certified through the U.S. Professional Tennis Registry. Dave has coached tennis since 1995, has been at Pine Creek since 2003 (Boys' Tennis), and began coaching Girls' Tennis in 2005. When not coaching Pine Creek athletes, Dave is an inter-collegiate U.S. Tennis official (USTA).
Regionals: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005
League: 2018, 2017, 2016
National Level Players and Individual Accolades
High School: Captured 4A State Championship in 2006 following undefeated 23-0 record … Twice earned Denver Post all-state recognition in 2006 and 2007 … Awarded Gazette Athlete of the Year distinction in 2006 … 5A State Championship finalist in 2007 … sectional champion (G16) in 2006 … sectional finalist (G18) in 2007 … Two-time doubles sectional finalist in 2006 and 2007 … Finalist for the California Bowl (G16) in 2005 … Twice named team MVP in 2006 and 2007. Earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll distinction for the fall 2007 semester.
College: Played for U of Syracuse (Read more >>)
High School: Rated as a five-star recruit by TennisRecruiting.net, which listed her as the No. 1-ranked player in Colorado and the Mountain region and No. 27 in the nation as of June 2015 as a freshman, was a Colorado 5A runner-up at Pine Creek High School and was named the Colorado Springs Gazette's Player of the Year ... won the 2014 USTA National Scholar Athlete Award
College: Played at Princeton (Read more >>)
High School: State Champion (singles)
College: Played at Eastern Washington (Read more >>)