Steven Seeberg Named GC Pride Head Tennis Coach

Posted by Press Release on June 26, 2014 at 11:03 am under College | Comments are off for this article

GREENSBORO, NC ā€” Greensboro College Director of Athletics John Trice announced on Thursday that Steven Seeberg has been named the new head coach for the Pride men’s and women’s tennis program.

“Steven was an ideal fit for this position,” Trice said. “I am confident that his energy and passion will help grow our tennis programs into competitive stables in the USA South Athletic Conference”

Seeberg graduated with honors from The Ohio State University with a degree in psychology. While at Ohio State, he helped create and was a four-year charter member of Ohio State’s club tennis team. Seeberg then moved on to the University of Tennessee where, in May 2009, he earned a master’s degree in sport psychology with a 3.95 grade point average. He also helped create the University of Tennessee club tennis team, served as team captain and represented Tennessee in matches and tournaments in Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky and Alabama with an overall record of 14-4.

Following his graduation from the University of Tennessee, Seeberg served as an assistant tennis coach at fellow NCAA Division III intuition Whittenburg University during the 2009-2010 season. In his lone season assisting with the Tigers, Seeberg helped the lead Tigers tennis programs to a combined 24-20 overall record.

“I am tremendously excited and grateful for the opportunity at Greensboro College,” Seeberg said. “I am looking forward to developing the current members of both the men’s and women’s tennis teams, as well as attracting top tennis talent to the program”

Seeberg takes over a Pride tennis program that finished with an combined overall record of 5- 24 and 5-16 in USA South play.


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