USD Men's Tennis 2004-2005




Tom Hagedorn enters hi s 9th season as head coach of the University of San Diego men 's tenni s program. Last year, he guided the Toreros to its second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. In addition, he directed San Diego to its eighth-straight winning season, finishing at 13-8 and ranked 42 nd in the nation. In 2003, the Toreros qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time under Hagedorn 's watch. In 2003 and 2004, Pierrick

Ysern earned a spot on the All-WCC Singles Team and in 2002, the No. I doubles team of Juan Cerda and Jason Pongsrikul advanced to the second round of the NCAA Doubles Championships. Hagedorn has an overall record of 99-77 in his eight seasons at Alcala Park. Hagedorn came to USD via the University of Arizona where he was assistant coach under Bill Wright since 1988. During his tenure the UA Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice (1995, 1996), with the 1996 team fini shing 18-10 and ranked No. 23 in the nation by the Intercol– legiate Tennis Association (ITA). Prior to joining the Arizona coaching staff, Hagedorn pl ayed four years on the Wildcat tennis team ( 1984-87). As a player, he was ranked in the top- IO in the Southwest (1982, 1983). He graduated from the University of Arizona in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Market– ing. Besides hi s coaching duties, Hagedorn has been a member of the U.S . Professional Tennis Association for the past eleven years; has coached col– legiate All-Americans and ATP Touring Professionals - the most notable being Jim Grabb who was No. 1 in the world in doubles in 1993 and No. 29 in singles; and was director of the Bill Wright Tennis Camp in Vail, Colorado from 1989-1996. For the second straight season, Hagedorn will be Region VIII 's representative on the ITA Division I Operating Committee. Tom and his wife, Melissa, reside in San Diego. ASSISTANT COACH RON JENKINS ---- 8th Season ----- Ron Jenkins begins hi s eighth season on coach Tom Hagedom's staff. During hi s time at USD he has played a key role in the Torero's success regard– ing recruiting, scheduling and player development. In 2003 he was selected the Region Vlll ITA Assistant Coach of the Year. Prior to USO he assisted legendary tennis coach Glen Bassett -- one year at Pepperdine and four years at UCLA. Whil e an assistant at UCLA, the men 's tennis team won the National Indoors and reached the semi-finals of the NCAA Team Championships. Overall, Jenkins has seventeen years of tennis experience in both teaching and coaching. A 1976 graduate of Menlo College (B.S. in Business Administration), Jenkins is celebrating hi s 16th anniversary as CEO and Pres ident of Texas Area Management & Investments, his own Commercial Real Estate Business.

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