Angela Farley Wilson
Director of Tennis
Angela played college tennis at Indiana University. She is the Cincinnati Met Singles Champion of 1988 and 2005. In 2003, 2005, 2006, and 2008 she became the Cincinnati Met Doubles Champion. She is also the Cincinnati Met Mixed Doubles Champion of 2007. In 2009 Angela was inducted into the Cincinnati Tennis Hall of Fame. She is currently the University of Cincinnati Women's Head Tennis Coach.
Graduated from Ball State University, with a sport administration and marketing degree.
Taught at Saddlebrook, Tampa, Fl, and Riverside Athletic Club
Atp 1000 Hitting Partner 2011 and 12 with Serena Williams, Mardy Fish, Jankovic, and Petrova.
2 time Mid American Conference Champion at Ball State Tennis, and Ncaa participant division 1
Davis Cup Captain and Champion of the midwest region
usta boys 16's national singles rank of 95, and doubles rank of 16
Winner of the Thomas E Price Sportsmanship Award
Oak Hills High School record for most wins, and 2 time state qualifier
Jennifer Gelhaus is originally from Barquisimeto, Venezuela. She was nationally ranked and competed internationally at the junior level for four years. After high school, Jennifer received a full athletic scholarship to Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) in Tennessee. At LMU, her team competed in the NCAA Div II National Championships twice and earned the school’s first ever national ranking. Jennifer graduated from LMU with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. Jennifer started her coaching career as an assistant coach for the Indiana-University-Purdue-University of Indianapolis (IUPUI), a NCAA Div I institution. She is heavily involved with our junior and adult programs and has a wealth of experience through coaching at the collegiate level, tennis clubs and multiple summer camps.