Born in 1982 and raised in Oklahoma City, Jessica Braver Reineke began playing the “family sport” as soon as she could hold a racket.  She played junior tennis from 1993 to 2000 and was ranked Sectionally and Nationally from the time she was 11.  She played high school tennis at Heritage Hall, compiling a 130-5 singles record and a 20-0 doubles record.  She was High School State Champion at #1 singles in 1999 and 2000 and was runner-up at #1 singles in 1998 and 2001.  She was named to the All-Decade Tennis Team for the 2000’s.  She played for the University of Oklahoma Women’s Tennis Team as a full-scholarship athlete from 2002-2005, where she received the Outstanding OU Student-Athlete Award in 2004 and the Athletic Director’s Leadership Award in 2005.  She compiled a singles record of 54-41 and a doubles record of 60-46 at OU.  She was named an ITA Academic All-American, a Big XII Academic All-American, and the College Sports Information Directors of America Award winner for District Six.  She currently coaches junior players and is the executive director of Britton Christian Church Tennis Academy’s year-round tennis program, whose mission is “Love God. Make friends. Play Tennis!”