Madeline Segura has joined the Southern California Tennis Association staff as the new Assistant for Adult & Senior Tennis. A 2012 graduate of USC, she was, as President of the USC Tennis Club, instrumental in making the Tennis On Campus Program one of the best in the country. Under her leadership the team was a two-time Southern California Campus Champion and enjoyed success at the National Campus Championship level.
During her undergraduate days, Segura was Chief of Staff of the Trojan Dance Marathon, and a reporter, as well as anchor, on the Annenberg TV News of USC. Prior to joining the SCTA, she was an Associate Producer at WZZM in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Because of her extensive tennis experience, both as a player and an instructor, she will add to the SCTA’s reputation that is known to have the best staff of the USTA’s seventeen sections. She will be involved with tournaments, League competition and Tennis On Campus. She can be contacted at [email protected]Survey
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