Meet the Pros
George Crouse-Head Tennis Director
George is a USPTA certified professional.
He was a successful junior player and was a Division I Tennis player at Fairfield University.
George oversees all adult and junior programs.
Feel free to contact him for any questions..
Ike was the USTA NJ District Pro of the Year 2012, is USPTR Certified, Junior Team Tennis Coordinator with over 20 years experience teaching and mentoring local tennis players to become collegiate athletes.
Ike works closely with Parks and Recreation and the USTA to provide tennis for many of our community members.
Ike runs our Junior Team Tennis for USTA and teaches adult and junior members at our club.
Milton "Dustin” Broom is a USPTA certified professional and former college player.
Coach Dustin grew up playing heavily in the USTA Southern section for juniors.
In high school, he saw the state finals his freshman and sophomore years before moving to New Jersey.
After finishing high school in south Jersey, Dustin went on to play first singles and first doubles all four years for Neumann University.
While at NU he won the conference title his junior year and made an NCAA tournament appearance the same year.
Dustin is coming from the University of Pennsylvania where he has been a private coach for six years.
He coaches a wide variety of players with a focus on high performance youth.
Missouri Valley College Graduate where he played all 4 years.
#1 Ranked Junior in Bahamas at 17 years of age
JT currently works with our Adults and Junior programs at Moorestown.
Joey Del Valle|
Hi there! My name is Joey Del Valle, and I am a tennis pro with over 40 years of experience in teaching tennis.
I graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with a teaching degree, and since then,
I have dedicated my career to teaching the sport i love.
Throughout my career, I have developed a specialized tennis technique that focuses on youth ages 6-11.
I am passionate about teaching young players, as i believe that this is where the foundation for a successful tennis career is built.
Many of my former students have gone on to achieve great success, with several being ranked top 20s and 30s in the nation and also middle state rankings.
I am proud to have played a role in their development as tennis players.
One of the most rewarding aspects of my job is seeing my students go on to play at colleges all over the country.
Its amazing to see them take what theyve learned from me and use it to achieve their dreams.
My teaching philosophy is simple:
I believe in unlocking the potential of all of my students and developing them to the best of their abilities.
I understand that every player is unique, with own strengths and weaknesses, and I work to tailor my teacing approach to each individual.
By doing so, I am able to help my students reach their full potential and achieve their gals on the tennis court.
Overall, I fell incredible fortunate to have had such a fulfilling career in tennis.
I am excited to continue teaching and sharing my passion for the sport with new generations of players for years to come