About Broomfield Swim & Tennis Club

Established in 1958, the Broomfield Swim and Tennis Club is a private outdoor facility located in the heart of Broomfield, Colorado.


Established in 1958, the Broomfield Swim and Tennis Club is a private outdoor facility located in the heart of Broomfield, Colorado. Our club members take advantage of a full summer schedule of pool activities including: swim teams for ages 18 and under, swim lessons and clinics given by top instructors, daily lap swim times, or the chance to just kick back and relax poolside while enjoying a sunny day along the Front Range. Our tennis community is one of the most active in the Denver area. Tennis leagues, group tennis clinics, private and group tennis lessons from a experienced instructors, and ultra-social tennis mixers are just a few of the things that bring members to the club throughout the week. Our club organized tennis teams are for players of all skill levels and participate in USTA, CTA, and Junior Team Tennis Leagues.

Our facilities include:

  • 6 lighted outdoor tennis courts,
  • A four lane 27-meter swimming pool with diving pool and slide
  • Childrens’ wading pool
  • Sand volleyball and basketball courts
  • Snack shop
  • Large gazebo with surrounding picnic areas and grills
  • A children’s playground

We invite you to stop by and learn more about how you can take advantage of all that Broomfield Swim and Tennis Club has to offer.


If you are interested in joining as a new member or changing your current membership level, please contact us at swimandtennis@gmail.com.  Our membership is capped at 300 members and we are currently full, but we are accepting applications now for the 2017 Season.  We anticipate openings as we receive non-renewals from current members.

Membership types and rates for 2017 are listed below.  Please note that our memberships run on a calendar year basis, so all memberships must be renewed in January each year regardless of when you join. Renewal dues are payable 50% by March 1st and the remaining 50% due by April 1st of the year of membership.

Membership levels:

  • Single – One person
  • Family – An individual or couple, plus any children under the age of 26 residing in your household. Children may be biological, adopted or legal wards of the couple or individual.
  • Grandparents – Grandparent(s) and their grandchildren under the age of 19. Grandchildren may be biological, adopted or legal wards of their children. Parents of grandchildren are not included in the membership. Senior rates do not apply to this membership level.
  • Senior Single – One person 65 years or older
  • Senior Couple – Married couple when both members are 65 years or older.
Annual Membership Rates & One-Time Initiation Fees:
Membership Type
Annual Dues
Initiation Fee
Single Senior – 65+
Senior Couple – both 65+





Equity Memberships:  Requires a one-time fee of $100 per membership to purchase ownership of a BSTC Share Certificate, which grants the shareholder voting rights and the opportunity for BSTC Board participation. Includes 5 free guest passes each year plus 5 additional passes for your attendance at the annual meeting in January.

Membership Add Ons:  (May be added to a Family membership only)

  • Legacy – Family members between the ages of 26-29 whose biological, adopted or in-law family has a current family membership.
  • Caregiver – Family memberships can add child care providers to their membership for a season. Caregiver can only visit while accompanying minor family members in their care.
  • Extended Houseguest – Family memberships can add a houseguest to their membership for a season. Houseguest must be staying in the member’s house. Example is an exchange student or visiting friend/relative. Does not include local friends or local extended family.
Membership Add On Rates:
$100.00 per year/per individual
$100.00/year per family
Extended Houseguest
$100.00/year per houseguest

Guest Policy:  Members are allowed to bring guests when accompanied by the member. The guest fee is currently $5 per visit, or $10 for adults at events where alcohol is served. Members are allowed to bring an unlimited number of guests over the course of a season, but each individual guest is limited to 5 visits per season.


  • Guests may visit the club when attended by a member.
  • Members are allowed to bring an unlimited number of guests over the course of a season, but each individual guest is limited to 5 visits per season.
  • The guest fee is $5 per guest per visit.
  • For events where alcohol is served, the guest fee for adults is $10 per guest per visit. It remains at $5 for guests under 21.
  • Equity members receive 5 free guest passes per year, plus an additional 5 guest passes if they attend the Annual Meeting.


  • All members must check in with the concierge or staff on duty for admittance each time they enter the club.
  • Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Swimming is allowed only when Guard staff are on duty.
  • Adult Swim is called on the hour. Children must leave the pool entirely during this period, No feet or any parts of the body are allowed in the pool by children during this time.
  • Dogs and other pets must be on a leash at all times. You must pick up after your pets or you may be asked to remove them.
  • BSTC is a Non-Smoking facility. Please do not smoke anywhere on club grounds.
  • Glass containers are not allowed in the pool area.
  • The club is not responsible for loss, theft or damage of personal property left in the pool area, on club grounds or in parking lots.
  • Lost & Found is in the pool area. Articles not claimed will be donated to charity each Friday.
  • Bicycles must be parked on the bike pad and should be locked. The club is not responsible for theft.


Click here to view BSTC current approved By-Laws: BSTC BY-LAWS

BSTC is governed by a Board of Directors who are elected for staggered two year terms at our annual meeting each year. We also have an outstanding management team!

Coach Lauren Bortnowski
Head Coach/Team Director

Coach Lauren Bortnowski Head Coach/Team DirectorCoach Lauren’s swimming career/adventure began with joining her neighborhood swim team at the age of 10. Though it was mostly just to hang out with friends, she quickly developed a love of the sport that just wouldn’t quit (and still won’t!). She went on to compete as a Texas High School 5A State and Sectional finalist before finishing her career at the University of Denver as sprint freestyle specialist and top three conference finisher. She has enjoyed many years of instructing swimmers of all ages and abilities, most recently fulfilling her passion for coaching as assistant coach for BSTC and age group coach for the Front Range Barracudas. Lauren loves challenging athletes to reach for and exceed their goals and finding ways to keep training fresh and fun. She could not be more excited to be returning this summer as head coach of the BSTC Sharks!  Lauren can be reached at 832-755-1818 or bstc.swimteam@gmail.com.

Coach Kendall Wingfield
Assistant Coach

Wingfield_Kendall.jpgCoach Kendall began her swimming career at the age of 7 for the very team you are now swimming for, the BSTC Sharks! Her time with the Sharks spanned 9 years, after which she decided to join a year round club in Boulder, RACE, where she competed for the duration of her high school career. She swam for Broomfield High School as well, named on both the All-Conference and All-State teams all four years, as well as being part of the medley relay team that won a 4A State Championship and set a 4A State record with an All-American Consideration time. She now swims for Division II Colorado Mesa University where she trains sprint freestyle and breaststroke, and this past season placed 3rd at their conference championships. Currently studying Exercise Science at CMU, she will begin her junior year this fall. She is very enthusiastic to be assisting Coach Lauren this season, and to be back at the pool where her love for the sport began!

Jamal Heydari
Tennis Director

Jamal started coaching tennis while playing collegiately in the Chicagoland area.  He moved to Colorado after accepting a job offer at Babolat.  After 2 years, he resumed his career as a certified tennis pro, and has been teaching and running various tennis programs ever since.  Jamal’s success in holding positions such as the Tennis Director at Bear Creek Tennis Club, Head Pro at The Point at Lakewood, and the Head Tennis Coach at Mullen High School, is a testament to his work ethic and ability enhance the level of all tennis players!  Teaching for a total of 10 years now, this young, charismatic, renowned pro in the state of Colorado is BSTC’s new Tennis Director!  Jamal can be reached at 815-861-2036 or coachjamtennis@gmail.com.

Devin Van Treeck
Head Pro/Junior Coordinator

Devin Van Treeck started playing tennis as a freshman in high school and moved on to play at the collegiate level at the Colorado School of Mines.  When Mines disbanded the Varsity tennis program, Devin jumped right into the world of coaching and teaching.  Devin has worked as a high school tennis coach for the past 8 years.  Two of those years while head coach at Chatfield, Devin won was honored as the Jeffco Coach of the Year.  Devin has worked at several tennis clubs in the Denver metro area, such as Ken Caryl and Bear Creek.  He received his USPTA certification three years ago along with his tennis umpire certification.  Devin can be reached at 720-296-0058 or dwvt11@gmail.com.

Brandon Lupo
Head Tennis Pro

  Brandon is an awesome tennis player and a super nice guy!  Brandon can be contacted at

Bijan Heydari
Junior Tennis Pro

Bij has been playing competitive tennis from a young age. He currently plays for University of Colorado’s club team, while entering his final year studying Integrative Physiology. Bij is excited to be coaching with his brother (and all of the awesome pros) for the second straight year, and looks forward to being an active part of developing this club and its players!  Bij can be contacted at 815-861-6766 or bijheydari@gmail.com.

Madi Clements
Junior Tennis Pro

Madi started playing tennis at a young age with her family. Since she first stepped on the court, she had an instant passion for tennis. She played varsity singles for Broomfield high school and plans to continue to play tennis for University of Colorado’s club team. This is Madi’s second year at BSTC and previously worked for the City of Broomfield teaching tennis to all ages and skill levels. She is excited to bring her passion for teaching and for tennis to BSTC! Madi can be reached at 720-315-8974 or madi.clements@yahoo.com.

The 2017 Board of Directors:

  • President: Perry May
  • Vice President: Dean Booton
  • Treasurer: Steve Garn
  • Secretary: Steve Horace
  • Board Members at Large:
    • Susan Cave
    • Taylor Oliver
    • Al Ramirez
    • James Ladtkow
    • Yve Roberts
    • Dale Crump
    • Dave Haskins

Management Staff:

  • Executive Director:  John Long   bstc.director1@gmail.com
  • General Manager:  Steff Frese  bstc.manager@gmail.com
  • Tennis Director: Jamal Heydari  coachjamtennis@gmail.com
  • Swim Director: Lauren Bortnowski  bstc.swimteam@gmail.com
  • Membership/Accounting: Rebecca Oliva  swimandtennis@gmail.com
  • League Coordinator:  Kelly Horace  bstc.tennis@gmail.com