Learn how to conduct a championship tennis practice with USC Head Coach Peter Smith! Coach Smith has led the Trojans to NCAA Championships in 2009, 2010 & 2011!
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Championship Productions would like to congratulate the USC Trojans and head coach Peter Smith on qualifying for the 2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Tournament! Championship Productions is proud to say it has partnered with head coach Peter Smith on various Lacrosse DVD projects. Learn the systems, techniques, and drills that this outstanding coach uses in his program…taking them to the top!
New tennis DVD featuring Peter Smith, head coach at USC, winners of back-to-back NCAA Championships in 2009/2010!
You no longer have to wonder “How does USC do it every year?”
Follow Peter Smith, the 2010 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) “Coach of the Year”, as he gives you unprecedented ‘all access’ to his practices, drills, philosophy and more! Explore the inner-workings of coach Smith’s 20+ year, time-tested system of success and learn how you can incorporate his best drills and ideas into your program.
This extensive three-disc set includes four hours of on- court tennis instruction including three full practices and core strength training exercises: All-Access USC Tennis Practice with Peter Smith
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University of Southern California head coach, Peter Smith, was named 2010 ITA/ Wilson Men’s Coach of the Year at the 26th Annual Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Coaches Convention. Smith guided USC to the 2010 NCAA championship by defeating Georgia 4-2. USC finished the season with a 25-3 overall record as the Trojans pin up their first back-to-back NCAA titles since 1993-94. Overall, the 2010 crown marks USC’s 18th all-time NCAA men’s tennis championship, making the Trojans the all-time leader in such team victories.
Peter Smith is the men’s head tennis coach at the University of Southern California (USC). Smith guided the Trojans to the 2010 NCAA Men’s Championship with a victory of #2 seed Tennessee. USC finished the season with a 25-3 overall record as the Trojans won their first back-to-back NCAA titles since 1993-1994. Overall, the 2010 title marks USC’s 18th all-time NCAA men’s tennis championship, making the Trojans the all-time leader in such team victories. Here is your chance to learn the drills Peter Smith utilizes at USC: