Chad Stoloff is deeply passionate about helping people learn, improve, and perform
consistently at their highest level. He has been studying psychology for over two decades while primarily focusing on teaching the mental approach needed to achieve one’s best performance in practice and competition. Chad possesses a master’s degree in sports science, with a specialization in sports psychology, graduating magna cum laude from the United States Sports Academy. Over the past two decades, he has coached beginners to Division I NCAA Champions, with these athletes ranging in age from young children to senior citizens. As a competitive athlete, Chad traveled the country participating in tennis and soccer as a child. He reached the #1 ranking in singles and doubles in the state of Nevada and Northern California junior tennis. Collegiately, Chad competed in Division I tennis at the #1 singles and doubles positions for the University of Nevada. Following his collegiate playing career, he coached Division I men’s tennis at three universities-San Diego State University, University of Hawaii, and University of Nevada, including four years as the Head Men’s Tennis Coach at the University of Nevada. He continues to relentlessly study, practice, and teach the mental approach to achieve top performance.


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