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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

My Interview with Brooke Austin; NCAA Team Tournament Slideshow; Division I Coaching Changes

While I was in Waco for the NCAAs last month, I had an opportunity to talk with University of Florida freshman Brooke Austin, who, a few days earlier, had been named ITA Rookie of the Year. Austin's first year brought success both on the court and in the classroom, and she details the reasons she feels Florida was a perfect choice for her in this article at the Tennis Recruiting Network.

The slideshow below is from the NCAA Team Championships. I will have another on the Individual Championships and a few videos up sooner rather than later.

The link to view album via mobile device is here.

Announcements of coaching changes begin popping up as soon as the season ends, and this year is no exception.

The University of Wisconsin men's tennis coach Greg Van Emburgh has resigned after ten years.

Danielle Lund McNamara has resigned as women's head coach at the University of Texas, after being named to the position last September.

Cristina Moros has been named head women's coach at the University of South Florida, succeeding Agustin Moreno, who was dismissed in February.

University of Houston's women's coach Patrick Sullivan has resigned after three seasons.

Damon Coupe has resigned as the women's coach at Cal Poly after four seasons.

Jamie Sanchez is moving from the women's head coaching position at Loyola Marymount into athletic administration. Sanchez, who coached the women's team at Loyola Marymount for 40 years, is the only coach the program has ever had.

The University of North Carolina-Wilmington is also looking for a new women's head coach.


AR Hacked Off said...

Add Louisiana-Lafayette Women as well for new opening
Also Arkansas State open as Coach resigned