Marshall Mackoff

Director of Tennis

Marshall Mackoff grew up in the Point Grey neighbourhood and attended St. George’s during high school.  Marshall joined his first summer tennis camp at 8 years old and would continue to play and compete in the sport throughout juniors and university.  Marshall has significant experience in leadership positions, having captained the St. George’s senior team and later, Queen’s University's tennis team.

 

Marshall first began to teach tennis at St. George’s Summer Camps at the age of 15. He realized his love for teaching during his first summer as an instructor, and since then has coached at the UBC Tennis Centre, Dunbar Community Centre, Kerrisdale Community Centre, and the River Club.  Marshall has worked with and learned from some of the best coaches in the province, and is always looking for ways to improve as a coach.

Marshall is currently completing his JD at UBC's Peter Allard School of Law. Off the court, Marshall enjoys weight-training, playing guitar, and adventuring.

  • Tennis Canada Instructor Level 1

  • Tennis Canada Club Pro 1 

 

  • 12 years coaching experience

  • Queen's University Varsity Tennis Team 2010-2014

  • BSc Biology, Queen's University 2016

Information for Spring and Summer 2020 programs will be published online in February.