Born & raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Scott moved to Bozeman to play collegiate tennis for Montana State University '89-'93. He was the Head Tennis Professional Riverside Country Club (Bozeman-15 years) and the Director of Junior Tennis at the Bobcat Tennis Center (5 years). He was the 2010 USPTA Intermountain Professional of the Year recipient. In 2004 he was the captain of the National USTA 5.0 finalist team from Montana. He enjoys hiking, golf, skiing and spending time with his wife Tina, two children, Max and Quinn, and 4-legged buddy Benson.
Ethan grew up playing baseball and soccer in Spokane, Washington. He picked up tennis as an 11-year old and never looked back. He was a top-10 junior player in PNW USTA and went on to play tennis for the Griz. In college he was a two-time all-Big Sky league selection, one-time honorable mention. He helped lead the Griz to a regular season championship in 2012 and a conference championship/NCAA Tournament berth in 2014. After college, he spent time as a tennis pro in Jackson Hole and Seattle before returning to Missoula in August of 2021. Ethan received his USPTA certification in 2015 and USPTA Elite Certification in 2019. Ethan and his wife, Michael Ann, are excited to be back in Montana and look forward to enjoying all it has to offer with their baby boy, Joel.
Zen has been a USPTA Certified Teaching Pro since 2003 and a Certified Platform Tennis Instructor since 2014. He started working in membership at The PEAK in Sept. 2019, after moving cross country from Charlotte, NC with his longtime girlfriend Whitney and dog Lula. In December 2019 he was named Head Tennis Pro at The PEAK Racquet Club. He is a proud graduate of Virginia Tech and often gets to use his B.S. degree in psychology while teaching. Zen enjoys traveling, stand-up comedy, doing outdoorsy stuff, reading (favorite author- Hunter S. Thompson), following team England and his hometown team the Southampton Saints. Zen is an avid fan of live music with a very eclectic taste.
Born and raised in Louisiana, Devon started playing tennis at Evangel Christian Academy and won the Louisiana State High School Tennis Doubles Championships 3 years running in several Class Divisions. After graduating from high school he moved to Montana to continue his education and professional tennis career. Last year he served as the Interim Head Pro for Billings Parks and Recreation. Currently Devon is an Assistant Pro at PEAK Racquet Club as well as the Tennis Instructor Coordinator for Missoula Parks and Recreation. He recently completed his Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education at the University of Montana while specializing in Early Childhood Development. Devon plans to continue working alongside The PEAK and USTA to help build the Montana tennis scene with his mentors and friends of the tennis community.