Some of you may know Katie Wilson, she and her family are members of Elite and she also works in the playroom at our Mequon location. She is also a pro athlete snowboarder who recently competed on the international stage at the Snowboard World Cup and NorAm Cup. Continue reading Katie Wilson: Elite Playroom Attendant and Pro Snowboarder
You may recall our post last spring on Ali Pollack, the first student athlete in Wisconsin to ever be recruited to play for Columbia’s tennis team, an NCAA Division One Program in the Ivy League Conference. Well we caught up with her this fall to see how her first semester at Columbia was going. She shared how Elite prepared her for tennis at the collegiate level, plus how her continued passion for the game will keep her playing for years to come.
Continue reading Finding Enjoyment in the Game Fosters Success on the Court
The year is 1986 and Kay Yuspeh just bought her first club, the Highlander, ushering in a new wave of tennis clubs. With this new wave came new members as well, including two Brookfield natives in particular, Marilyn and Jim Casper. Over the past 30 years the Casper’s have become dedicated members of Elite as well as the MACC Fund. Continue reading The Caspers’ 30 Years of Dedication to Elite and MACC Fund
Walter Regal and his family have been members at Elite before it even was Elite. They were members 20 years at the Mequon Racquet Club and another 20 years at Highlander, now Elite Sports Club-Brookfield. Walter has managed to use the clubs regularly enough to maintain his fitness levels allowing him to continue with his recreational activities, such as tennis and skiing. Continue reading Staying Active to Enjoy Hobbies Like Skiing with Family
Meet Sandy and Ken Nahorski, this dedicated Elite Sports Club – West Brookfield couple have been coming to the club consistently for over two years. They came to the Milwaukee area several years ago, but have been members of this Elite for going on three years. They previously had lived in Oklahoma most of their lives. Continue reading Member Stories: Sandy and Ken Nahorski