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COACHES COMING TO INDIA FOR THE CAMP


Rose Ketmayura
joins the T-Birds at the helm of the women's tennis team after spending the last two seasons as the head women's tennis coach of Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. During her first year as the LIU head coach, Ketmayura led her team to the Conference Finals.

Native of Texas, Ketmayura launched her coaching career at Colgate University in 2006 where she served as an assistant men's and women's tennis coach for two seasons. Ketmayura then spent a season as an assistant women's tennis coach at Dartmouth College before spending time as an assistant director of the Adidas Tennis Camp, an assistant Head Pro of the Texarkana Country Club, and a private competitive junior tennis coach in Huntsville, AL.Ketmayura joins the T-Birds at the helm of the women's tennis team after spending the last two seasons as the head women's tennis coach of Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York. During her first year as the LIU head coach, Ketmayura led her team to the Conference Finals.


Sanne Louwers
After an illustrious playing career and one season as an assistant coach at Long Island University, Sanne Louwers joins the Thunderbird women's tennis program as an assistant coach for the 2016-17 season.

Hailing from the Netherlands, Louwers played tennis for Long Island University where she accrued a multitude of achievements:


Carlos De Laura
Head of Men's Tennis coach at Utah State University


Maria Lopez
Two-time Intercollegiate Tennis Association Assistant Coach of the Year Maria Lopez was named head coach of the Longwood women's tennis program in July, 2016.

Lopez came to Longwood after a remarkable stint as the top women's tennis assistant coach at Barry where she helped the program win NCAA Division II National Championships in 2011 and 2014 and six consecutive Sunshine State Conference Championships from 2011-16.


William Davis
William Davis, a native of Louisville, Kentucky, enters his second season as assistant coach with the Virginia Tech women's tennis program.

In only his first season as assistant coach at Tech, he helped maneuvered the Hokies through a competitive Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) schedule, upsetting then-No. 25 N.C. State by a score of 4-3 on April 15. Tech lost the doubles point, but won four matches in singles play to claim the come-from-behind victory over the Wolfpack in Blacksburg. Individually, Francesca Fusinato ended her career as the ITA Senior Player of the Year for the Atlantic Region, while Natalie Novotna capped her freshman campaign with ITA Player to Watch honors. The Hokie duo of Fusinato and Novotna also received All-ACC Third Team recognition.


Mickael Sopel
He has done an impressive job turning the Youngstown State men's and women's tennis programs into the top programs of the Horizon League.

Entering his fifth season as the Head Coach of both the men's and women's tennis programs, the women have won four straight league titles while the men are coming off the best season in school history.

In his first four years, the women have advanced to the NCAA Tournament each season while the men's program has made major strides.