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Tennis Program

The Wolfhound Girls Tennis program is open to girls of all registered parishioners, grades 6th through 8th.

Girls Tennis is a Club Sport, it is run through the volunteering of parents/parishners and the support from the SBAA - but is not a sanctioned Columbus Diocese Recreation Association activity.

If you would like more information about the Girls Tennis program, please contact 
Susan Goodlive
[email protected]


Boys Tennis Program is currently looking for a leader to keep this program going.  If you are interested, please contact [email protected]

  • Important Dates
    • Girls Tennis
    • Registration - May to August
    • Practices & Matches- August through October

    • Boys Tennis
    • Registration - Dec to Feb
    • Practices & Matches - Feb to April

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Girls Tennis

The Wolfhounds’ Girls Tennis is a club sport open to girls in 6, 7, and 8th grades who are either enrolled at St. Brigid School or are St. Brigid Parish members and attend public schools.  In the past we have accepted girls from other nearby parishes like St. Michaels and St. Mary’s who do not have tennis teams.   The club program is a great chance for players to compete in competitive matches with other schools.

The team is open to experienced players, along with those who are new to the game.  The girls’ season begins in late August and runs through early October.  Other club teams that we currently play include:  St. Paul School, The Columbus School for Girls, Village Academy, Wellington, Worthington Christian, and public schools like Bexley, Big Walnut, Granville, and Dublin Grizzell.  The majority of the matches are local, with the farthest “travel” match being to Granville.  Parent transportation is required, there are no buses, but carpools are possible.

Recruitment will occur in the month of May.  Girls are encouraged to walk on with some prior knowledge of some basics like serves, groundstrokes, and volleying skills.  We are happy to help new players and parents locate local tennis programs to help build on those skills prior to the season.  Prior to the season starting in late August, there will be practices held during the summer, with the more crucial practices occurring in late July and early August to prepare for the start of the season.  Once the season starts, the matches will occur after school, with two to three matches per week.  It is a very quick season, but a lot of fun too. 

This is a great opportunity for girl’s to learn more about the great sport of tennis, which will provide the skills they can take with them later in life, as tennis is played by so many people far past the school years.  We hope to help your girls develop their passion for the sport.

Boys Tennis

Wolfhounds’ Boys Tennis is a club program that’s focused on giving boys in the 6, 7 and 8th grades the chance to compete in competitive matches.

Experienced players, as well as boys who are new to the game, are welcome to join the team.  The team currently includes players from St. Brigid and St. Michael parishes.  Eligible players can be enrolled in the parish schools or parishioners who attend public school.

Team recruitment begins in November giving boys time to prepare on their own time in the winter so they are ready to have fun in the spring. Boys are encouraged to walk on with basics like a dependable serve, solid ground strokes and volleying skills. Coaches are willing to help new players and their parents locate affordable tennis programs that operate year round which will build skills before team season start.

A once weekly indoor practice will be held starting late February. The boys’ match season begins in late March and runs through early May.  Team matches are played against private and public school teams from the Columbus area. The matches are all local. Parent transportation is required, but carpools are possible.

Most practices and matches occur after school – typically three days per week.  It’s a compressed season but workable team schedule that allows boys to concurrently participate in another sport or activity – and have a life off the tennis court. Talk with the coaches if you’re interested in learning more about the time commitment.

We’re in this for the fun and fellowship that team tennis can bring the boys not to bring home a state title (if there was one!)  We hope we’ll get the chance to help your son develop his love of tennis.

COACHES NEEDED! Please contact us [email protected] if you are interested.

Tennis FAQs

Have a question? Send it to the SBAA and we will post it here!

Contact Us

Saint Brigid Athletic Association

7179 Avery Road 
Dublin, Ohio 43017

Email: [email protected]

Saint Brigid Athletic Association

7179 Avery Road 
Dublin, Ohio 43017

Email: [email protected]
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