The tennis club is looking to get started this spring.
This is the first year for the tennis club and they are looking for dedicated players to come out and join.
“They actually got rid of the tennis teams a couple of years ago because of the budget,” Tennis Coach David Pence said.
Members of the team still wanted to keep playing, so Pence decided to get a club going.
He said with the club just starting up, not many people have been participating.
He added that the key was getting students at Sinclair to join the club.
“Right now I’d just like to get the word out that we’re wanting to get this club going, but we need really dedicated people that want to be part of it…it’s for the students” he said.
With more members, the club has more opportunities to do things, such as mixed doubles with men and women.
The tennis club can play against other colleges that have club teams or just area tennis clubs.
Pence said the club wants to get as many people as possible to join.
“The more we have the merrier,” he said.
The club is also taking donations for St. Vincent De Paul’s, a church in Dayton that aims to aid the homeless. The donations were something that the tennis team did in the past so Pence decided to continue it for the club.
“[People] can donate cans, toothbrushes, soap, shoes, clothes, anything they can,” Pence said.
The donations last all year and the bin can be found in the library by the Tartan Marketplace and the Academic Resource Center.
In order to join the Tennis Club, you have to be a Sinclair Student.
If interested, call David Pence at 512-2528. There currently is no deadline to sign up.