Past RTA Community Awards


​2017 RTA Best Team Captain, Jennifer Wermig

2017 RTA Best Pro of the Year, Paul-Henri Arrigoni

2017 RTA Volunteer of the Year, Dempsey Farmer

2017 RTA LLC Sportsmanship, Will Edwards

2017 RTA LLC Sportsmanship, Tracy Crisp


2016 RTA "Wizard of Oz" John VanDeWater

2016 RTA Volunteer of the Year, Roger Winstead

​2016 Best Tennis Pro, Jon Janda, North Hills Club

2016 Best Team Captain Laura Brown


2015 RTA "Wizard of Oz" David Bell

2015 RTA Volunteer of the Year, Susan Shaw

2015 RTA Best Tennis Pro, Jay White, University Club

2015 RTA Best Team Captain Brittany Robinson

2015 RTA  LLC Sportsmanship Barbara Kelly


2014 RTA "Wizard of Oz" Shane Wells

2014 RTA Volunteer of the Year, Pam Boyden

2014 Best Tennis Pro, Paul Goode, RRC

2014 Best Team Captain, Carol Kissell


2013 RTA "Wizard of Oz" Tim Wilkins

2013 RTA  Volunteer of the Year, Pam Priddy

2013 LLC Sportsmanship Award, Tammy Crump

2013 Best Tennis Pro, Bennett Bailey, MEX

2013 Best Tennis Captain, Cathy Couch

Best Team Captain : Maggie Wittke


A few things you should know about Maggie :


I want to recognize the fact that the captains all work hard for their individual teams and for the USTA league.  Our love of tennis motivates us to help grow the leagues in Raleigh.   I should add that I have been blessed with wonderful teammates who share a love of the game.   Through tennis, we have developed a lasting friendship.  I love the ladies!

Congratulations to our 2018 RTA Best Tennis Pro & Best Team Captain 

Best Tennis Pro : Meghan Wolfgram-Coomes


A few things you should know about Meghan :


Meghan grew up playing tennis in California where she competed locally and nationally. After receiving a scholarship to play collegiate tennis at the University of Richmond, she made the Atlantic 10 All-Conference for all 4 years and achieved a top 30 national doubles ranking. Following college, she still had the love for tennis and became the tennis coach at Liberty University.


After a few years she decided teaching was the path she wanted to pursue because she liked working with people of all ages and levels. Since 2014 she has worked at Hasentree Country Club. In 2016 she was part of the USTA 5.0+ League National Championship team. She now plays for fun in a few leagues and in the Raleigh Pro League. 


We asked what made Meghan so passionate about tennis : 

Meghan believes tennis is a lifelong sport; where you can play from a young age all the way to your golden years. It has given her so many great memories, friendships, and opportunities in life and she wants to try to give back to the game by helping instill the love for tennis in others. She loves to watch people learn and grow and to know that she played a part in that is a very special thing. Tennis is a wonderful sport and if Meghan can help instill the love of the game in someone else or help someone improve their game, which in turn brings them happiness, confidence and fulfillment then she feels as though she is paying forward all the great things tennis has given her. 

RTA AWARDS