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Tennis Coaching Staff


Coach Haubold grew up splitting time between the Arlington & Fort Worth area. Specifically in the Berkeley Place neighborhood down the street from Paschal. Leisure activity turned to opportunity, Coach Haubold attended Texas Tech to play tennis after high school. Battling shoulder injuries a majority of the time in Lubbock, his main takeaways were lessons of mental strength, determination, fitness, stamina & endurance. Coach Haubold believes the same applies to daily life & that every tennis match is a mini-life lesson, one he hopes to teach all Paschal tennis players. Coach Haubold enjoys all racquet sports not just tennis. Tennis, pickle ball, racquetball & table tennis are all activities he enjoys with & without his 2 boys. Wesley & William age 7 & 5. When an extension of the body called a racquet isn’t attached, you can find him rock climbing several times a week, playing disc golf or on a lake somewhere.

“My main hope aside from tennis fundamentals is for Paschal Tennis to learn the lessons I’ve learned & use those as a foundation for the program & their growth as players & people. I’m ecstatic to be at Paschal” –Patrick Haubold


Coach Johnson was born and raised in Fort Worth and graduated from Texas Christian University in 2008. His time at TCU was highlighted by being a member of the Co-Ed Cheer Squad for two years. Coach Johnson is married and met his wife, Adrienne, at TCU. After graduation, he accepted a position at Southwest High School coaching, and teaching World History. He was the Varsity coach for three years. Besides cheerleading, he has also spent four years coaching baseball, the final two as the Freshman coach. At Paschal, Coach Johnson was Head Cheer Coach for 3 years and Assistant Softball coach for 5 years. He has also spent 3 years as the Varsity Assistant Tennis Coach. Coach Johnson lives by the motto "strive for perfection and expect excellence". He strives to live by these words both in the classroom, on the court and in his personal life. He is passionate about what he does, and wants, above anything else, to always be on the path to improvement. He strives to be a lifelong learner in all aspects of life. His goal for the Tennis program at Paschal is to build on the foundation already laid and achieve new heights in leadership and excellence on the court and in the classroom.


Coach Carlson has spent all of her life in the Fort Worth area. She graduated from Texas Christian University in 2016 with a Secondary English Education degree. She met her husband Jake in college, and they got married two months after she graduated from TCU. She then began her career at Paschal High School as an English teacher and Varsity Assistant track coach. For the past four years, she has been part of the track and field program at Paschal, specifically coaching all of the hurdlers. With Coach Carlson’s guidance, the girls track program has seen significant growth and many Paschal hurdlers have made it out of district to the area and regional meet for the past two years. This year will be her second year as one of the assistant tennis coaches for Paschal. She is passionate about her student athletes and always pushes them and encourages them to be the best they can be and to hold nothing back. Coach Carlson is a lifelong learner of physical fitness, having been an athlete herself all of her life, and hopes to continue to learn in order to be the best coach she can be to student athletes.