St. Joseph
3107 N. Belt Hwy St. Joseph MO 64506
Today's Hours: 5:00 am - 11:00 pm
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Weight Room
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Indoor lap pool
Indoor Track
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St. Joseph Tennis Team

Mike Woody

National Director of Tennis

Genesis Tennis Professional since 2015
Degrees and Certifications
• USPTA / PTR Certified• 10 and Under National Trainer- USTA
• High School Development  National Trainer – PTR
• Cardio Tennis National Trainer – TIA
• Attended over 1,000 Hours of Industry Workshops / TrainingsAccomplishments
• Led Midland, MI to 1st Best Tennis Town Award in the United States by USTA
• Travelled around the world training & US leading tennis workshops- Japan, Turkey, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Canada, England
• Former Director of 39 Court Facility and team of 40+ employees who deliver high level tennis programs to a community of 40,000
• Former Collegiate stand out – Western Michigan University- Top 10 All Time Career wins for over 30 years.
• USPTA National Facility Manage of the Year
• USPTA Midwest Tennis Pro of the Year,  Nominated to Hall of Fame  in Midwest
• Coached 6 teams to State Championship wins.
• Two Children: Meghan and Austin – played collegiate tennis on scholarship.
Playing Highlights
• High school state champion
• Former Collegiate stand out – Western Michigan University- Top 10 All Time Career wins for over 30 years.
• Winner of over 100 USTA  Tournaments in my career
• Serve and Volley is my preferred game style- my mission is to shorten the point.

Tennis Philosophy / Goal

“Play to Win!!!- no matter what your age or level my goal is for everyone we work with is to “feel success”.   Success can be getting your first tennis ball over the net, maybe making a shot you have never made, it could be finally winning your first match, or beating someone you have never beat.   Tennis is a game with so many surprises and joys.   So our  hope to you is that you catch the tennis fever, savor the emotions it creates, and buckle your seat belt for your “Tennis Adventure”.


Keith Henderson

Director of Tennis

Keith Henderson was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky. His late start in tennis did not hold him back from finding success. He played tennis at Transylvania University in his home town while also beginning his career in coaching at the Lexington Tennis Club where he trained as a junior. While living in Kentucky, Keith became the Director of Danville Country Club and the 10 and Under Director at the Lexington Tennis Club, eventually becoming their Junior Program Director. In December of 2016, he accepted a position at the USTA National Campus to assist with the opening of their new facility. Last June he and Caitlyn Kogge were married and then moved to Midland, MI after accepting the 10 and Under Coordinator position at the Greater Midland Tennis Center. When presented with the opportunity to direct a club himself he was eager in accepting the new challenge. Keith says that his greatest accomplishments have been being a member of the Tennis Congress staff for four years and receiving 2014 iTPA Paul Arber Young Coaches Award.

"Tennis is a great teacher. There are so many aspects of the game: physical, mental, emotional. If it teaches us one thing we can relate to every day, it is to be lifelong learners. I consider myself extremely fortunate to share my passion with people as my job".

Qualifications PTR Certifications:
Rated Professional: High Performance, 10 and Under, 11 to 17, Adult Development

BA in Accounting - Transylvania University, Lexington, KY December 2016

Tennis Highlights
7 years coaching experience
Played #1 and #2 Singles and Doubles at Transylvania University
Three-time All-Heartland Conference
Three-time HCAC Men’s Tennis Player of the Week
NTRP rating: 5.0 player Professional

iTPA Paul Arber Young Coaches Award (2014)
Tennis Congress Team Manager (2016), Tennis Congress Coach (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
USTA Southern Junior Cup Coach for Kentucky (2013, 2015, 2016)
Kentucky Early Development Chair (2016), Kentucky Early Development Coach (2014, 2016)
Mary Pat’s Faley’s Force of Three Coach (2015, 2016)

Work Experience
Greater Midland Tennis Center 10 and Under Coordinator (June 2017 – February 2018)
             Adapt and implement the Evolution program for the facility
             Organize and run GMTC Summer Camp and staff
             Programing for all junior events including Youth Progression tournaments
USTA National Campus Teaching Professional (Jan 2017 – May 2017)
            Help organize and run all tennis programs on campus
            Facilitate events such as USTA College Match Days and JTT Play Days. Run adult one-day Mini Camps for USTA teams
Lexington Tennis Club Junior Program Director (2016)
            Organize and run high school nights, Junior Team Tennis programming, junior tournaments and play days
LTC 10 and Under Director (2013 – 2016)
             Traveling coach at 10 and Under events, set up individual player tournament schedules
Danville Country Club Tennis Director (2013 – 2015)
              Organize all social functions. Host inter-club matches, organized Club Championships
LTC Tennis Teaching Professional (2012 – 2016)
                Run adult development camps. Organize and run specialty camps for all levels

Community Service
NJTL LTC Smart Shots Coach (2010 – 2016)
        Run special after school clinics at various schools and churches.
                  Volunteer private tennis coach and mentor
         I am Third Tennis Program Director (2015 – 2016)
                   Organize program and staff for nearly 200 players


Deb Stoever

Tennis Professional

Debbie Stoever was born and raised Roselle Park, New Jersey. It was an incredible, loving experience growing up with two sisters in the same town where her mom was raised.  Deb grew up playing softball from the age of 5 and was also from a dedicated bowling family.   Deb loved school and was in all kinds of academic honors and music programs.  She tried her hand in everything and was never afraid to fail.  Her love for tennis began in high school and her passion for the sport has blossomed over the years. Tennis was not offered at New Jersey Institute of Technology so she decided to return to softball for her entire college career.  After graduating, traveling, working and getting licensed in her field, Debbie continued to play tennis recreationally.  Her love for the sport never died.  To date, Deb, her husband Robert and her son Benjamin all continue to love and appreciate the sport of tennis.  Genesis Health Clubs has allowed her to return to the game of tennis, to be a coach and to be continually coached and start on a new full-time career with the one sport she fell in love with as a kid.

USPTR Certifications: Rated Instructor: 10 and Under, Adult Development
USPTA Member
USTA Member


BA in Architecture - New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, 1996


Tennis Highlights             
1 year coaching experience
Played Singles and Doubles – High School Level
Continues to be coached and certified in all levels of tennis


Work Experience           
Genesis Health Clubs Junior Tennis Coordinator (March 2017 – November 2017)
           Adapt and implement the junior programs for the facility
           Organize and run Summer Camp Week and staff
           Organize and run all Kids Open House Events

Genesis Health Clubs Tennis Manager (December 2017 – current)
           Programing for all adult and junior events
          Tennis Financial Coordinator  
           Court Scheduling 


Bryan Shroyer

Tennis Professional

- Started Teaching Professionally at the former St. Joseph Tennis and Swim Club- USPTA certified professional
- Played high school tennis at Sterling High School
- Partner and him recorded a 20-1 record and finished 2nd in the Kansas State High School Athletic Association
- Coached his daughter and her partner from Lafayette High School to 5th in teh State follwed by a 3rd place finish the following year
- Assistant Coach for Missouri Western University for the 2014 season

"I am a father of two girls and a son.  I believe this helps me with instruction all ages of tennis and to understand my students to help them reach their maximum potential. Coaching is not just about the tennis.  It is listening, helping and caring for our students through all parts of their lives.

My teaching philosophy is simple.  I like to work hard and have fun.  If I can transfer my passion and enthusiasm for tennis to our members and exercise becomes part of their daily routine, then and only then have we succeeded.

My personal commitment is to provide a safe, positive and encouraging environment to maximize learning and skill development."

-Coach Bryan


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