Scott Anderson

Scott Anderson started with the Green Bay Tennis Center when it first opened in October of 2009.  Scott has been the Director of Tennis at Oneida Country Club  for the past 13 years, coming indoors to GBTC during the months of November to April.  Prior to moving to the Green Bay area, Scott was the Director of Tennis for the Lake Geneva Country Club and Grand Geneva for 10 years.  Before moving to Wisconsin, he held the position of Director of High Performance and Introductory Development at the Midland Community Tennis Center for 4 years.  Scott started his professional career after graduating from Ferris State University (1991)  as the Men's and Women's Coach and Tennis Director of Ferris State University.  Scott, with his wife Trisha and 4 children, live in Bonduel.