Coaching Staff

A team of dedicated tennis pros lead the Meadow tennis program.

Lynne Rolley

With over 40 years of teaching and coaching expertise at every level, Lynne has been Director of Tennis at Berkeley Tennis Club, Sleepy Hollow Tennis Club and Moraga Country Club; Director of Women’s Tennis for the United States; coached the Fed Cup, Pan Am Games and National Teams; and was named PTR National Coach of the year. Most recently, she served as the Director of Tennis at La Quinta Resort and PGA WEST, consistently ranked one of the top tennis resorts in the United States.

In her early years, she was the first woman to coach a men’s collegiate tennis at St. Mary’s College. Ranked in the top ten as a junior player in the USTA, Lynne is a certified PTR and USPTA Elite Pro 1, member of the ITF International Coaches Commission and 2008 inductee into the Northern California Tennis Hall of Fame. Lynne spent many years coaching top players such as Lindsay Davenport and Jennifer Capriati. She is a renowned speaker and writer for Tennis magazine as well as many other publications; Lynne also appeared on the Tennis Channel with her own academy show. Lynne is a Lamorinda native and looks forward to moving back to our community.

Ashlie Rolley Miller

Ashlie has been teaching at Meadow for the past 2 years. Prior to Meadow, Ashlie was the Director of Tennis at Blackhawk Country Club. Raised in Lamorinda, Ashlie played #1 for Miramonte HS and Division 1 at Cal. Ashlie has been teaching tennis for over 20 years and run many successful junior programs, including the Olympic Club and Berkeley Tennis Club.

Travis Lynds

Travis is 24 years old and the former assistant tennis coach at Bishop O'Dowd High School. Travis played for O'Dowd before heading off to Sonoma State, where he played competitive collegiate tennis. He has been teaching around the Bay Area for 5 years and has experience with all ages and levels. He is excited to share his love of tennis with all. He is a PTR certified pro with certification in Safe Play standards.