Academy and Tournament Training Director
Jared’s athletic background is built around tennis and soccer, where he played at the collegiate level. In tennis, he was a nationally ranked junior and an all-American collegiate athlete. He is a member of the collegiate 100 win club while his team finished two years inside the top 10 nationally.
Within the last decade, he has created and led two successful elite junior programs. He began in Midland, Michigan with a full-time tournament program of eight players. During this time the program had two sectional #1 ranked players and four national champions. Six of the eight players all earned rankings inside the top 100 nationally. These players continued to have successful careers earning spots at Duke University, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Iowa State University. These players continue to see tremendous success winning at the highest levels of the game competing at the collegiate level and all four junior grand slams.
Following this work, Jared moved to Boston to rebuild the tournament program at Bosse Sports. Within 5 years, this junior program gained reputation as one of the best in New England, producing #1 ranked players, local, sectional, and national champions, and eventually several highly sought after DI and DIII collegiate players. Jared has worked with and placed players at Swarthmore, Harvard, Princeton, Pomona, Bowdoin, Emory, Indiana, Wake Forest, Syracuse, Cal Tech, Lehigh, Colby, Franklin and Marshall, Bryant, North Carolina, and Tufts.
Jared believes in hard work and a strong dedication to the sport, but also in creating a positive environment that focuses on fundamentals, discipline, and sportsmanship. He believes that a strong relationship between coach-player-facility-parent is a key to the athlete’s success.
Jared has the highest certifications in both PTR and USTA with a Masters in Junior Development and Performance, as well as USTA High performance. He was named Massachusetts coach of the year in 2019
When Jared is not on court he enjoys spending time with his wife Melissa, daughter Beth, and his two dogs Loki and Snookie. He is an avid cyclist and continues to train for Ironman events to challenge himself physically and mentally.