Tennis - Instructors

USTPA Miracle Hill Head Professional 

Mike Saniuk

Mike became the Head Tennis Professional at Miracle Hill in 2014 brining with him a great love of the game and a desire to teach the sport to all skill levels.

A 2006 graduate of Nebraska-Kearney, he was a four-year letterwinner for the Lopers where he earned all-conference honorable mention honors and helped UNK to two NCAA II Sweet 16 appearances.

Saniuk has several years of teaching and coaching experience as he conducted and worked at numerous clinics and camps throughout Nebraska and Minnesota. He also is experienced in teaching private and group lessons in Omaha.

A Bellevue, Neb. native, Saniuk graduated from Omaha Gross Catholic High School where he helped lead the Cougars to the 2000 Nebraska state Class B title.

Saniuk is married to Marcy Pennel and they have one son, Dex.





Sheryl Vaughn-Assistant Professional

4.5 player

USPTA certified since 2004

High School Coaching since 2001-2003 Duchesne academy Skutt Catholic High School Coach Boys/Girls 2004-current

12 State team Championships

Multiple Individual State titles

Head Tennis Pro Skyline Country Club

Assistant instructor Happy Hollow Country Club, The Tennis Club, Miracle Hill CTC instructor

Racquet Stringer Umpire Tennis verifier


Brett Zarontonello-Assistant Professional

Individual tennis success
  14 and under national runner up
    All conference honorable mention RMAC
    NCAA Academic All American
    4.5 USTA Nationals 2011

Teaching success
  USPTA Elite Professional 10+ yrs
  Director of Tennis At Miracle Hill
  Director of Tennis and Recreation at Madden's Resort - 5 Star Resort
  5 USTA Gold Balls
  5 State qualifiers
  2 State champions
  4.0 USTA women's coach

Coaching success
  10 state championships (2 in boys, 8 in girls)
  10 yrs of college coaching (5 in Division 1)
  4 All Conference Players
  20 ITA Academic Team Members
  1 Academic All Conference Member

Teaching is defined as who you have taught individually in lesson format.

Coaching would be team success.