Robin Most Story
PCCA is launching its inaugural tennis team under the seasoned leadership of Coach Robin Most. Now in her ninth year as a PCCA mom, Coach Most chose Providence to spend extra time with her children McKenzie (eighth grade) and Mady Grace (fifth). Junior High Tennis will be introduced in 2020-2021, with hopes to add High School tennis the following year.
“I am passionate about getting kids involved in sports, because I think there are so many great life skills that are learned through sports and the team environment,” Coach Most said. “I absolutely love introducing kids to tennis, because it is a great sport that you can play your entire life for fitness and fun. Tennis is a sport that teaches integrity and honor from an early age as kids learn to keep their own score and call their own lines. Also, the Providence kids are so fun to work with because they are kind and respectful.”
A two-time high school 4A Individual State Champion and four-year High School Prince All American, Coach Most went on to become a four-year Division 1 Scholarship player at the University of Arkansas. She later coached summer Junior Team Tennis leagues and numerous Fellowship of Christian Athletes tennis and junior tennis camps.
“We encourage participation in multiple sports at Providence,” she said. “You don't have to specialize in just one thing. We want your child to have a positive experience in sports regardless of their level of experience. Our University Model schedule allows time for both academic and athletic success.”
Coach Most has served on multiple international mission trips with the non-profit organization Samaritan's Feet. When she’s not playing or teaching tennis, she also enjoys reading and baking. Her favorite verse is Ephesians 3:20 - “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we can ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us.”