Jory Ereckson
Director of Tennis 

Jory has been involved in tennis in one way or another for over 25 years. He is USPTA P-1 certified and was a 3 time NJCAA All American at Collin County Community College. He was an integral part of 2 National Championship teams in 1992 and 1993. Jory still competes on a national level and has been ranked as high as number 5 in singles and number 1 in doubles in the Men's 30s division nationally.

Madelyn Young Ereckson
Tennis Pro Shop Manager

Rob van Swelm
Director of Player Development
Before Rob joined Berry Creek (2009), he was coach at the prestigious JP Tennis Academy in Austin for two years where he worked with many top ranked players in the state. Rob was a coach in Spain for two years, where he also played ATP Futures and Challenger tournaments. Originally from The Netherlands, Rob was recruited to play college tennis at Troy State University (AL) and Midwestern State University (TX). He has been a key addition to the Berry Creek staff and continues to develop players striving to reach their fullest potential and excel in competitive play.

Ed Brady
Head Tennis Professional
Ed is the latest addition to rejoin our tennis staff in 2016.  He has spent the last eight years at Lakeway World of Tennis helping in all facets of their programs.  Ed has over 20 years of industry experience and has vast knowledge of the game.

Trey Baring
Assistant Tennis Professional 

Trey joined our tennis staff at the beginning of 2015.  A native Texan from Boerne, he grew up playing USTA tournaments and competed at the Super Champ level. He went on to play for two years at Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond, Oklahoma. Trey played for the team at the NAIA Nationals in 2009. While staying in school, he became certified through the USPTA as an Elite Professional and was the head pro at the OKlahoma City Tennis Center from 2012-2014. Trey was in charge of all junior development programs and adults. He coached their Junior Team Tennis to an Intermediate National Championship in 2013, and returned the team to Nationals the next year in the advanced division. He has helped run serveral national level tournaments in Oklahoma City as well as the Oklahoma High School State Champioinships. In 2014, he coached the Bishop McGuiness High School boys and girls teams with the girls finishing top 8 in the state.