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.

Jack Boling
Assistant Tennis Director

Jack Boling is a native of Laredo, Texas. He comes from the classic tennis family. His mother and father are tennis pros and met through college tennis. His oldest brother, Clint, played at Clemson. Jack has won multiple national championships as a competitor.
Jack played college tennis for Brooklyn-based ASA College and helped the Avengers win back-to-back NJCAA titles by earning NJCAA first-team All-American honors in singles and doubles. He is also a veteran of the French Professional tennis circuit and professional club tennis league. He was also a regular competitor on both the ITF junior and professional circuits.
Jack's goals as a dedicated teacher and coach is to help his students become effective in all parts of the tennis court by working diligently on all facets of their games. From 2014-2017, he taught in Sag Harbor, working his way up from Staff Pro to Director of Tennis at Sag Harbor Tennis Club.
Jack is a graduate of CUNY with a degree in General Business. He graduated from ASA with co-valedictorian honors.

Lautaro Pane
Senior Tennis Professional

Lautaro Pane is from Puerto Madryn, Argentina. He reached the number 100 ranking in the world in ITF Juniors before attending college in the United States. He recently graduated from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, where he played Division I Tennis for the Waves. In his free time he enjoys spending time with friends, going to the beach, and watching soccer. He is excited to join Old Oaks for his third year and continue working with all the great members!

Carlos Crisostomo
Teaching Professional

Originally from Santiago, Chile. Carlos was a top ranked player in his country as a junior tennis player. As his junior career came to an end, Carlos decided to become a student- athlete at Harding University where he played all four years of his college career, and worked as an Assistant coach for the men’s tennis team for one year afterwards.  Carlos also worked as a tennis pro at Sportime Amagansset for two summers where he was part of the John McEnroe Tennis Academy, and at the New Hampshire tennis academy for one summer during his college career. Carlos is an International Business major with a minor in Information Systems.