Martha Cobo
Martha Cobo
Martha Cobo was a four-year member of the women's tennis program at USCS from 1988-92. The epitome of the student-athlete, she was a Volvo Tennis Scholar Athlete in 1991-92 and earned the Peach Belt Athletic Conference Academic Award for having the highest academic average among female athletes. In addition to her playing days at USCS, she represented Colombia, her native country, in the World Junior Tennis Tournament. While her playing days at USCS are worthy of recognition, Cobo's accomplishments since leaving the campus are just as noteworthy. She has served as a tennis coach at the prestigious Bolletieri Sports Academy. She served as the Director of the Mental Efficiency Program at the Academy and has collaborated with many world renown sport psychologists on performance enhancement issues. Cobo left the Bolletieri Sports Academy and now serves as the Director of Mental Conditioning Program at the Leadbetter Junior Golf Academy in Bradenton, FL. In addition, she also is the Director of International Outreach - PERFORMAX and is a mental health counselor. A member of the American Psychological Association, she developed an international educational curriculum for coaches, athletes, and parents, while counseling several elite athletes from around the world

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