Maja Kazimieruk is an accomplished tennis player, coach and manager. Originally from Poznan, Poland, she came to the U.S. on an athletic scholarship at the University of Houston where she earned a B.S. in Psychology. On the court, she was named two-time team MVP and is listed in top ten career win percentage in both singles and doubles.
Most recently, Maja has served as Tennis Manager at the Houston Country Club, working with former Bridges Tennis Director David Moore. At HCC, Maja assisted in all aspects of the operation as well as a coach and mentor to many. Maja has also worked at Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville, MA and as a private coach in Los Angeles.
Maja is eager to continue and build upon the great traditions of Bridges Tennis. She and her dog Max are happy to now call Vermont home!
Olivia (Lee) Delfausse
Lee Delfausse has been teaching tennis for over 23 years. She has TWENTY-SIX National Gold Bowls, has represented the USA in 4 Senior World Cup teams, and is in the New England Tennis Hall of Fame (to name just a few of her many achievements). Lee loves teaching kids and adults. She gets great pleasure out of seeing her students grow a passion for the sport that has given so much to her. Come learn from one of the best!
The Bridges Resort is pleased to welcome back Ross Greene who first taught here in 2008. After his time at the Bridges, he ran a successful program as the Tennis Director at Sugarbush Resort and worked with a New England Tennis Holidays. He also spent a summer working at a private tennis club in Southampton, New York. Ross has 10+ years teaching experience and has held certifications from the United States Professional Tennis Association and the United States Professional Tennis Registry. Ross played college tennis at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and continues to participate in local tournaments when he can.
Seth taught tennis for the Bridges from 2013 - 2016 and is happy to be back on the court. He coached the girls team at Harwood Union H.S. for four years and is now the coach of the boys team.
He has lived in Vermont for most of his life. He graduated from Lyndon State College with a degree in Sports Management. Seth used to act on stage at the Valley Players theater and has studied acting at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. In his spare time, Seth enjoys swimming and playing golf.