Tennis Professionals

Dan Cochrane
Director of Tennis
Dan was ranked inthe top 10 as junior in Britain and was the winner of 6 ITF junior titles in doubles and was also ranked #1 in the country in NCAA Division 1 doubles in 2013 and # 60 in
singles. Dan spent the past 5 years working his way up the ranks at the John McEnroe Tennis Academy to become one of its directors. Over the past few summers, he has managed the JMTA in Amagansett where he has tripled the size of the program.  Graduating from Auburn University with a 4.0 GPA, Dan is a native of Hampshire, England
Noah Allen
Director of Tennis Operations
Originally from San Diego, Noah is entering his fifth summer as a Senior Tennis Professional at Old Oaks Country Club. He played NCAA Division I tennis at San Diego State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management. Noah has 24 years of teaching experience which began with two years working for Club Med in the Caribbean Islands. He then moved to Westchester County where he had successful stints at Club Fit, Solaris and Armonk Tennis before coming to Old Oaks.

Noah is a fun, high energy professional who knows how to get the best out of players of all ages and abilities. Noah is a Level 1 USPTA coach with extensive experience in High Performance training. He has also been the primary coach to many collegiate tennis players (including NCAA champions and a player currently ranked inside the world’s top 250).

David Slater
Tennis Professional
David is originally from St. Albans, England and is entering his fourth summer at Old Oaks. Prior to Old Oaks David spent three years as the Director of Tennis and General Manager at the Tennis Club of Hastings where he was responsible for all business operations.

In his first year at TCH David oversaw the re-emergence of the club after Hurricane Sandy, helping grow the adult program and annual membership as well as overseeing the growth of the junior program.

Prior to joining TCH, David was a senior pro at Armonk Tennis Club and Armonk Indoor Sports Center where he worked with a number of adult MITL and USTA teams during the summer seasons.

In 2012 David earned his Master’s degree in Sport Business Management from Manhattanville College. A little known fact about David is that he was also a fully qualified British tennis official and officiated at Wimbledon for five years from 1999-2003.