Parker, CO

Community Program

Parker Racquet Club

18396 Plaza Drive

Parker, Colorado 80134

Program Dates

Spring 2024

Sundays

February 18, 25

March 3, 10, 17, 24

10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (ages 5-18)

Financial Info

$120

Scholarships
ACEing Autism strives to keep costs affordable for families and can provide an ACEing Autism scholarship to families in financial need. We also offer information on the Dick’s Sporting Goods Grant for those that qualify.

Program Director

Craig Marshall

Craig Marshall, a native Coloradoan played many team sports as a youngster, but didn’t discover tennis until high school. He has played, taught, and coached tennis for over 4 decades. Craig played collegiate tennis at Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS. He taught for 32 years as an Elementary Physical Education and Classroom Teacher in Aurora Public Schools. Craig also started the Tennis Program at Rangeview HS in Aurora, CO and received Continental League Tennis Coach of the Year Honors in 1991. Craig became the Director of Junior Tennis in Parker, CO. in 2011. He also coached area tennis players at Legend HS until 2018. Currently, Craig is a Part-Owner of the Parker Racquet Club. He directs Junior programs year round and provides outreach tennis programs to area Elementary and Middle Schools. Craig has been directing Aceing Autism Tennis for 6 years.

Assistant Program Director

Sujata Wagh

I am an Endocrinologist practicing for the past 20 years. I got interested in tennis when my kids were in elementary school and started taking tennis lessons. I thought to myself that I could do this in my free time, that it would be good exercise! Since then I have played quite regularly and I play tennis leagues at USTA 3.5 level. My kids and I started volunteering for ACEing Autism in 2019 and finally my daughter, Reema and I took over managing the program under the directorship of Coach Craig Marshall. We love working with these amazing kids and their families and giving something back to our community.  All the relationships and bonds we make through this program are very invaluable to us!

Assistant Program Director

Reema Wagh

I am currently a junior at Grandview High school. I began volunteering for the program in 2019, and my mother and I took over as program managers in 2021. I swim, play tennis, and I play the violin. I love being a part of ACEing Autism, since it is such a special program that benefits so many members of our community!