Andrea Calvert-Sanders, Chief Club Officer
Director of Tennis Operations and Director of Women's Tennis, Tennis Teaching Professional

Andrea Calvert-Sanders is originally from Greenwood, IN. During her junior tennis career, Andrea received district, section and national rankings and was an Indiana State High School Singles Finalist.  Andrea played varsity tennis for the University of Iowa and earned a sports management degree. As an Iowa Hawkeye she compiled 70 doubles wins and a NCAA Division I regional doubles ranking of number 7. She was named the team’s All Around Athlete of the Year in 1992 and again in 1993.

After a season of playing on the WTA pro tour in North America, Andrea returned home to become a teaching professional at the Indianapolis Racquet Club and Washington Township Tennis Programs. Andrea studied under the leadership of PA Nilhagen, which shaped her coaching philosophy and passion for teaching tennis.
Andrea joined the USTA/Midwest Section staff in 1996 as the Director of Junior and Adult Competition until 2012. She was responsible for the USTA/Midwest Section junior and adult competitive structures, Varsity Collegiate activities, USTA Midwest Regional Training Center and Midwest Coaches Commission education workshops and camps. She supervised the Junior Tennis Division, which was responsible for junior and adult rankings, Junior Recreation/USTA Schools Program, Midwest Youth Team Tennis and USTA Jr. Team Tennis Program. She worked alongside tennis greats Billie Jean King, Patrick McEnroe, Jose Higueras, Tom Gullikson and other USTA Player Development Staff and players, implementing the most current teaching and sports science techniques.
In 2008, she won the USPTA’s Nancy Mickler Award, presented to the Midwest woman member who has done the most to promote tennis within the Midwest. Andrea was inducted into the Indiana State High School Tennis Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2011.  
Using the drive and time management skills that she learned as a Division I College Athlete and her time at the USTA/Midwest Section, Andrea brings consistency, focus and passion to her work in all aspects of tennis. Her enthusiasm and breadth of knowledge make her the perfect teacher for all populations and skill levels.
Andrea is the CCO of Five Seasons Indianapolis, as well as the Director of Tennis Operations and Director of Women’s Tennis. 
Andrea is currently the Director of Tennis Operations and the Girls Varsity Head Tennis Coach and Middle School Coach at the Park Tudor School in Indianapolis, IN. She and her husband John have two children, William and Jessica, and are excited to be part of the Five Seasons’ Family.

Jeremy Bayon, Director of Tennis
Tennis Teaching Professional

Jeremy has always been around tennis and his love for the game has been present from a young age. Originally from St. Etienne, France, he grew up playing at a local club, where his late father was working. Coached by his father, he made the French National Championships as a junior player, 16 and 18 under divisions. After a successful junior career and graduating from High School, Jeremy played a full year on the ITF/ATP Circuit and then made the decision to come to the United States to play college tennis.

Bayon was a four-year letterman for Mississippi State from 1997-2000 and a member of four teams that made NCAA appearances, including one of Mississippi State’s school-best national semifinal showings in 1998. He served as MSU's team captain in 1999 and 2000 and is Mississippi State's all-time leader in dual match triumphs with 120 career wins in team competition. Bayon held national rankings in both singles and doubles for much of his career, climbing as high as 43rd in the country in singles and sixth in doubles. He closed out his career in 2000, his senior campaign, with his best results, qualifying for the NCAA Singles Championship. He was also an NCAA Doubles Championship participant in 1998. He graduated with a bachelor of business and administration degree in 2000.

In 2001, Jeremy started his coaching career as an Assistant Coach at Mississippi State University, his alma matter, under the guidance of former Head Coach Sylvain Guichard, now a USTA National Coach. In October 2003, he moved to Gainesville, Florida to be the University of Florida Men's Tennis Assistant Coach. During his 9 years at Florida, the Men's tennis program made the Final Four in 2005, won the SEC Tournament in 2005 and 2011 and finished 8 out of 9 years ranked in the top 10 nationally. While at Florida, he and former UF player Jesse Levine had the privilege to participate in Roger Federer’s training camp in Dubai for 12 days during the summer 2007.

In 2012, a change of coaching staff at the University of Florida gave Jeremy the opportunity to open the first junior tennis academy in Gainesville, FL. He worked as the Head Coach, creating opportunities for home school students to play tennis and promoting tennis in the community. During three years he developed many junior players and built a very well organized and prolific tennis academy. He moved to Indianapolis in August 2015 with his family and wife, Rhonda Faehn, who became the Senior Vice President of Women’s Program for USA Gymnastics. He has been assisting Head Coach Tayo Bailey at Butler University with the Women’s Tennis Program. Jeremy and Rhonda have two sons, Noah and Isaiah. 

Molly Card Beckmann, League Director 
Tennis Teaching Professional

Molly is a certified member of the United States Professional Tennis Association (Professional 1) and Past-President of the USPTA Midwest. She is an active member of the Central Indiana Tennis Association Board of Directors and is the Five Seasons Adult and Junior League Coordinator. Molly is a graduate of Southern Illinois University where she played on the tennis team all four years, playing at #1 singles and doubles. While at SIU, Molly was ranked in the top 100 nationally in singles for Division I tennis. She was also on the Missouri Valley All-Conference Team and All-Academic Team.
Molly and her husband Nick have two children.


GABRIELLE RUBENSTEIN, Tennis Teaching Professional
Racquet Stringing Services

Gabby played varsity tennis both at Butler University and at Indiana University.  She graduated in 2014, majoring in exercise science, minoring in coaching, and on the tennis team with a cumulative GPA 3.7.  She was ranked #118 in the country in Division 1 Singles, January 2014, and served as the Indiana University Student Athletic Advisory Committee Representative.
Gabby is also an experienced instructor, having worked both at the Washington Township Tennis Program and at Five Seasons since 2010.  She attended the 2011 USTA Tennis Teacher’s Conference in New York City during the US Open Tournament.
In 2012  she served as the Assistant Coach- Central Indiana Tennis Association Girls’ 18’s Marian Wood Baird Cup Team.
Gabby is skilled in using video to break down and analyze swing patterns. She excels at match coaching and evaluation for players in our program at the Central Indiana Tennis Association Midwest Qualifier, Midwest Closed, and other major tournaments in the area. She uses the USTA Quickstart format to teach tennis to our youngest players.
Other Accolades: 
2009 Indiana doubles state champion – Brebeuf Jesuit
2009 Bronze Medal Winner in Singles, Doubles, and Mixed Doubles in the World Maccabiah Games in Israel
2010 Midwest Tim and Tom Gullikson Scholarship Award Winner
Proficient in Racquet Stringing
2013 CPR/AED Certification


Michael Weaver

MICHAEL WEAVER - Tennis Teaching Professional
My name is Michael Weaver, and I have been involved in tennis - whether playing or teaching since 1998. My playing career includes four years of high school tennis at Goshen High School in northern Indiana.  During my time at Goshen, I set the school record for most wins, with conference and state honors. I also participated in many local, regional, and national USTA tennis tournaments, and ranked in the top 75 players in the mid-west.  After graduating from Goshen, I spent four years playing for Butler University.  During that time I competed in ITA, ITF, and the NCAA tennis tournaments.  I was the recipient of Butler’s Mental Attitude Award and captain of the tennis team my senior year.
As a junior and collegiate player, and for several years after college I have spent my time teaching and learning with P.A.Nilhagen.  I would spend my summers working at the Washington Township Tennis Program and move indoors in the winter teaching with P.A. at the Indianapolis Racquet Club.  I am now proud to be part of the Five Season Team.     



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