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Hana Sromova
Co-General Manager / Touring Pro, SPORTIME Amagansett and Randall's Island

Hana, a native of Czech Republic, was a top ranked junior tennis player in her home country and competed globally on the ITF and WTA circuits. She turned pro in 1997 and earned 8 ITF singles titles and 35 ITF doubles titles. In 2006, Hana reached her career high WTA rankings of No.87 in the world in singles and No.63 in doubles. Hana competed in the U.S. Open in 2006 and 2008 and reached the second round of the French Open and Australian Open in 2006 and the second round at Wimbledon in 2007. Hana was a member of the NY Sportimes World TeamTennis franchise in 2007 and 2008. After retiring from the WTA Tour in 2008, Hana joined SPORTIME as a teaching professional and Assistant General Manager in Amagansett.

Kim Donohue
Co-General Manager / Camp Administrator, EHSC@SPORTIME Amagansett

Kim Donohue joined the Company in 2018 and is currently Co-General Manager of its Amagansett location. Prior to her current role, Kim was General Manager of East Hampton Sports Camp @ SPORTIME, a position she continues to hold. Before joining the SPORTIME team, Kim was a project manager for a non-profit and a personal chef and event planner. Kim studied Communications at Northeastern University and graduated from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts.

Michael Rawleigh
Facilities Director

Born and raised in East Hampton, Michael worked for many years, during the indoor season, at SPORTIME Amagansett’s Multi-Sport Arena, providing customer service and coaching youth clinics. For 15 years, Michael worked for several local landscaping companies, leading crews as a foreman. His dedication to continuing education in his field led to a variety of certifications and licenses, and his work ethic and attention to detail will benefit the SPORTIME Amagansett campus.

Mark Crandall
Camp Co-Director / EHSC@SPORTIME Amagansett

Founder and Co-Director. Founder of Hoops 4 Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to youth development in southern Africa ( Graduate of the University of Vermont '90 and East Hampton High School '86. Mark lives in Amagansett and his daughters, Zola and Inez, work at SPORTIME and at EHSC.

Eric Scoppetta
Camp Co-Director / EHSC@SPORTIME Amagansett

Founder and Co-Director. Teaching experience includes Manhattan Country School, Ethical Culture, Dalton and Bank Street. Graduate of Fordham Law School '96, Cornell University '90 and the Dalton School '86. Eric is a former Assistant District Attorney in New York County. Eric's daughter, Lucie, is an all-star counselor and art-teacher and his son, Nicky, is a happy camper!

Danielle Marshall
Pre-School Director / EHSC@SPORTIME Amagansett

Danielle was born and raised in East Hampton and has been a preschool teacher, swim instructor, ESL teacher and camp counselor. Dani has taught at the Epiphany Community Nursery School and at The Garden House School and is currently teaching Kindergarten at St. Ignatius Loyola in New York City. Dani is in her 13th season at EHSC, her 10th as Pre-School Director.

Patrick McEnroe
Director of the John McEnroe Tennis Academy / President, Johnny Mac Tennis Project

As a junior from Douglaston, NY, Patrick reached the semifinals of Wimbledon and the US Open boys' singles in 1983. At Stanford University, Patrick captained NCAA championship teams in 1986 and 1988 and graduated with a degree in political science. On the ATP Tour, Patrick achieved world rankings of No.28 in singles and No.3 in doubles, and won a French Open title in doubles. Patrick was the longest tenured U.S. Davis Cup captain in history, winning the cup in 2007. He was the General Manager of Player Development for the USTA until 2015 and joined SPORTIME/JMTA in 2017.

Josep Baro
Director, JMTA Amagansett

Josep, a native of Spain, has been a tennis leader at SPORTIME since 2013, most recently as the Assistant General Manager and the Assistant Academy Director at SPORTIME Lake Isle, in Westchester. As an undergraduate, he played 4 years for Campbell University on a tennis scholarship, after which he served as graduate assistant head coach for the Men’s and Women’s team, while completing his MBA. Josep works with players of all ages and levels, including, most recently, with WTA Tour World No. 11, Carla Suarez Navarro.

Gui Jasmin
Director of Tennis

Gui, a native of Brazil, has 18 years of experience as a tennis coach. Gui played collegiate tennis at University of West Florida, helping the Argonauts to achieve a No. 1 NCAA II ranking. Gui’s coaching experience includes his current winter-season position at Montverde Academy in FL, working with Brazil’s current Davis Cup captain, and former World No. 34, Jaime Oncins. He has coached at the collegiate level at his alma mater, as well as at Clemson University, Middle Tennessee State University and, most recently, at Armstrong State University, where he led the women’s tennis team to an undefeated NCAA title. Gui joined the SPORTIME Amagansett team in spring 2020.

Nandor Solymosi

Originally from Sweden, Stockholm, Nandor was raised in Budapest, Hungary, from the age of 4. A top 10 Men's singles player in Hungary, Nandor trained with the Hungarian Davis Cup Team and played for Lees McRae College in North Carolina. Nandor's coaching and directing includes impressive positions in New York, North Carolina and Florida. Nandor joined the SPORTIME Amagansett team in 2020.

Nelson Escobar

Nelson, a native of Ecuador, was a top-20 ranked junior player in his home country while training at the Andres Gomez Academy. He moved to the United States in 2004 to play for Union College in Kentucky, where he won two conference championships and the Most Improved Player of the Year Award. He graduated with a degree in business/marketing and management and made the Dean’s List in 2007-08. Nelson joined SPORTIME/JMTA in 2012 and has over 10 years of teaching and coaching experience. During the indoor season Nelson is an Assistant Director at SPORTIME Lake Isle, in Westchester.

Stanislas Bedrune

Coming soon.

Tyler Jarvis
Multi-Sport Director / SPORTIME Amagansett Arena

Tyler grew up in East Hampton, playing ice and roller hockey since childhood in PIHA and AIHL D1 leagues across Long Island. Playing D1 at Mt. Siani, Tyler was ranked 5th in the country for 16-18 year olds. Tyler has been coaching at SPORTIME for 12 years, focusing on hockey, but also coaching basketball, soccer, volleyball and, recently, pickleball.

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