Entered scores for 4 matches live. The software shows live feed in one window on which the score gets updated whenever you update it in another window. I was trained on the software. Basically, you need to know how to start live feed, how to start and stop recording, and how to update score after every point, and check the updates shown on the live feed.
Mostly D1 teams - William and Mary, Pepperdyne, Toledo, University of San Diego, UC at Irvine, local UC, Villanova, Stanford etc. Some others including the Director of Tennis at the club who asked me to volunteer. Awesome tennis. Just an entirely different world from club tennis. Sometimes seeing the ball spinning viciously and angling towards you can be scary, Second serves bouncing so high and wide that the ball climbs to the top of the fence. Overhead smashes hit so hard they bounced into the road behind the club.
Got a chance for a selfie with Bill Kellog. He owns the club and his name is synonymous with Davis and Fed Cup arrangements and almost everything tennis in Southern California. Extremely humble man who even works the front desk at times. I had heard of him many times but first time meeting him. I had seen him around when I was volunteering for Fed Cup here many years ago (Bill built a temporary grandstand on his club's golf course) but did not get a chance to speak to him then.