Meet Our Coaches
Matt Corry | Owner
Coach Corry grew up in the Philippines and at a very young age learned to love the game of tennis when he would ball-boy for 5 Pesos (.25 cents) per match. He played two years of high school tennis in Kentucky, after moving back to the U.S. at age 16 and earned a scholarship to play at the University of the Cumberlands. He spent two summers coaching players from 25+ countries at Saddlebrook (Harry Hopman Tennis Academy), which was the #2 tennis academy in the U.S. at the time. He also coached clinics in China with Michael Chang (former world #2). Coach Corry has 17 seasons as a head coach, working with both boys and girls teams, and over 23+ years as a private tennis coach.
MC Tennis would not be possible without our amazing assistant coaches, who all bring significant and valuable experience to the players they coach. These coaches are an integral part of our year-round middle and high school clinics, community tennis nights and tournaments. During parks and recreation clinics - you will see them coaching older youth, adults or managing our junior coaches.
Several of our assistant coaches also give private and small-group lessons.
Marcel started playing tennis at the age of three and spent several months of his childhood training at a high performance tennis academy in Spain. He played three years of varsity tennis at Bloomington South High School where he was part of three sectional championship teams (his freshman year was spent training in Europe). His senior year, Marcel finished 3rd in the state in doubles. He is now studying computer science at Indiana University.
Coach Tim played #1 singles for Trine University. He has continued to be a life-long tennis player, winning multiple City Championships as an adult. He continues playing in adult leagues while also serving as an assistant coach with the Bloomington South Boys Tennis Program.
Coach Erinn grew up in a tennis family and played #3 varsity singles for three years at Jasper High School. She was coached by Ed Yarbrough and Mike O’Connell in Jasper and these two remarkable coaches helped lead the team to the position of state runner-up her senior year. She believes dedication, mental toughness, and attitude are the essentials to success. Erinn has professionally worked with youth in education for 20+ years and currently is a Career Coach at Indiana University O’Neill School. She continues to play competitively with various groups in Bloomington and in USTA competitions.
Coach Becca has been playing tennis since the age of 6-years-old. She played varsity singles and doubles for four years at Cedar Falls High School in Iowa and was on the travel club team at Iowa State University where she also served at the travel representative managing the team's travel logistics. Becca is currently a graduate student at Indiana University studying Mental Health Counseling and volunteers with several local youth/nonprofit organizations. We are thrilled to have her join the coaching staff this year.
Ray has been a lifelong competitive tennis player, highlighted by his time playing for the legendary tennis coach Scott Greer at Indiana University. He played an active role in developing the tennis abilities of his three sons (some of the highest performing tennis talent to come out of Bloomington) and continues to play himself in weekly adult leagues. Ray joined Bloomington South as an assistant tennis coach in 2020 and is a big component of our year round programming.
Chelsie played varsity doubles for two years at Bloomington High School South. Following high school, she chose to take her passion for competition and teamwork into a new sport and was recruited as a member of the Indiana University Rowing Team. She is pursuing a degree in Public Affairs at the O'Neill School.
Doug has been a life-long player and was the head tennis coach at Edgewood High School for 20+ years until he gave it up to assistant coach his son's team at Bloomington High School South. He is a math teacher at Edgewood High School.
Ethan grew up playing tennis and was a four year varsity tennis player at Bloomington High School South. His senior year, he finished 3rd in the state in doubles and was part of three sectional championship teams. He is now studying at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
Hailey started playing tennis at age 10 and played varsity singles and doubles at Bloomington High School South. Following high school, she chose to continue her tennis career as a collegiate student-athlete at Hanover College. She is pursuing a degree in Biochemistry.
We are fortunate to have many talented junior coaches who are excited to help build fundamentals with young players. These coaches are current high school students (or recent graduates). For our parks and recreation clinics - you will see many of them coaching on our 12 and under courts. Many of our junior coaches also give private and small-group lessons to beginning players!
Abby Arthur | Michael Asplund | Alex Busch | Caitlin Heim | Evan Kantor | Chris Lian | Brooke Liao | Chelsie Lindauer | Maddie Santner | Austin Spier | Riley Walker | Hannah Vandeventer