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Wescott has been involved with USTA SC since 1997. He and his wife Kay have two children, Kristin and Drew, and live in Columbia. He owns and operates a senior-living medical equipment distributorship: Carolina Senior Care, Inc.

A graduate of Lander University, Wescott was the captain of the Lander soccer team and was introduced to tennis by several dorm mates who were members of the nationally ranked men’s tennis team. He joined his first USTA tennis team in 1995. In 1998, he played singles for a team out of St. Andrews Park that won the first USTA Adult League National Championship for South Carolina -- the 3.5 men’s championship in Palm Springs, CA. His third-set #1 singles victory was the deciding match for the championship. Wescott enjoys adult, mixed and combo team tennis and is the boys' junior varsity coach for Irmo High School.

Wescott has served on the Adult League Committee and By-Laws Committee and has chaired the Sanction & Schedule Committee, as well as Marketing and Promotions Committees, prior to being named USTA SC vice president. In his first term as vice president, Wescott will be officer in charge of the Marketing and Promotions, IT & Website, Publications, Discipline and Grievance, and Sanction & Schedule Committees. He is also a member of the Long-Range Planning Committee. Wescott was elected to serve his first term on the South Carolina Tennis Patrons Foundation Board of Directors, where he will be the Central Area director.

Wescott was president of his local racquet club, Murraywood, for four years and served on the Lexington Area Tennis Association Board of Directors for four years. On the LATA board, he accomplished his most notable feat by bringing the USTA Southern Sectional Adult and Senior League Championships to the Columbia area. The first year of the event, a University of South Carolina study calculated that the championships brought $13.2 million to the local economy. The event won several prestigious awards, including Capitol City/Lake Murray Regional Tourism Award and USTA Southern Section Adult Tournament of the Year. His commitment and dedication earned him the USTA SC Lucy Garvin Volunteer of the Year award in 2004.

 

 
 
 
 
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