Former National Champion Tennis Coach
Trainer - SF Bay Area
Carrie Zarraonandia grew up in Southern California playing pick up games of baseball, football, basketball and tag at her local park. At nine years old she found her passion, tennis. Carrie competed in the junior ranks and while attending the University of California at Davis helped her team win the D3 National title and was an All-American. She holds 7 U.S.T.A. national titles as well as the # 1 US. ranking in the 35’s age group. She was elected to the Marin County Athletic Hall of Fame for coaching the Boy’s Tennis Team at Redwood High School and has been honored by the PCA as a S.F. Bay Area Double-Goal Coach Winner and national Finalist. She has over 30 years of service to the United States Professional Tennis Association, and recently was awarded the 2017 NorCal Pro of the Year. She is a "veteran" sports mom and taught three out of her five children to play tennis and enjoy the sport. Her passion for sports, competition and fair play has drawn her to the Positive Coaching Alliance. Carrie currently coaches at the Rafael Racquet Club in San Rafael, California.