June 3 - 7 and June 17 - 21, Ages 4-18
About the Camps
The camp sessions are designed for all levels of play. The programs consist of comprehensive instruction, physical conditioning and match play. Each camper participant will receive at least three hours of small group instruction per day.
Location and Meals
Lunch will be provided in the Georgia College Dining Hall. All training will be held at the Centennial Center Tennis Complex.
Junior Program Schedule
9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.- Instructional Program
11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. - Lunch
1 p.m. - 3 p.m. - Instructional Program and Tournament play.
3 p.m. - 4 p.m. - Swimming Pool
June 3-7 - $180
June 17-21 - $180
Check-in will begin 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the first session at the Centennial Center Tennis Complex.
The 2009 ITA Division II Men's Tennis Coach of the Year, Steve Barsby is in his 13th year as the head coach of the Georgia College men's and women's tennis programs.
The 2009 season was one of the top years for Barsby as a men's coach, taking the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Men's Coach of the Year as well, leading his squad to an 18-4 overall record with a perfect 7-0 mark in conference play for the first PBC Men's Tennis Championship in school history. A major highlight of the season came when Georgia College defeated then-No. 1 Armstrong Atlantic during the regular season 5-4.
2012 was another strong season for both programs, the men taking fifth in the PBC and going 12-9 overall. The women battled to a 13-11 overall record, and both programs made the NCAA Tournament. Barsby coached Jerome Leborgne and Johan Wadstein to first team All-American doubles status. He also coached the women's team to their 18th straight NCAA Tournament.
Barsby was named the PBC Men's Tennis Coach of the Year in 2005 after coaching the Bobcats to an 18-7 overall record, 6-2 mark in the PBC, and their second straight trip to the NCAA Tournament.
He was named the PBC Women's Tennis Coach of the Year in 2003 after guiding the Bobcat women's tennis team to one of the greatest seasons in school history. The Bobcat women won their first outright and fourth overall, PBC Regular Season Championship, as well as the PBC Tournament Championship. Georgia College advanced all the way to the semifinals of the national championship tournament and finished with a No. 4 national ranking.
Barsby is 203-127 all-time coaching women, including a 188-106 mark at Georgia College. He's also 183-134 as a men's coach overall, with a 161-112 Georgia College history. Barsby has coached 19 Bobcats to All-America status.