USTA Middle States Coach of the Year 2016
Lowell Fletcher Rich is a product of the Bill Johnson program. In the last 10 years, Lowell has been a coach at the High Performance tennis Academy "HPTA" at Riverside as well as LPE sports at DVTA.
Rich attended West Philadelphia High School from 1975-1977 and achieved a 21-3 record as the #1 singles player on the team. Rich also reached the top 10 in the USTA Middle States section in the 16s and 18s age divisions. After completing high school, Lowell earned a bachelor's degree in Health and Human Performance at West Chester University. Lowell was also a Tennis Director at the Julian Krinsky School of Tennis with Mark Spann up till 2010.
Rich fell in love with giving back to the game after college and so, started teaching professionally in 1993 at Narberth Racquet Club. Lowell has also worked as a head coach at the Julian Krinsky School of Tennis, which has been recognized by Tennis magazine as one of the Top 5 tennis camps in the United States.