Scott Kidd is entering his fourth season as the head coach of the women’s tennis program after spending two seasons as the assistant coach to both the women and men.
Kidd has done well as a head coach. In each of his three years as head coach, the Lady Senators have won National Championships. The 2008 national championship was the ninth overall and fifth consecutives
Southern States Athletic Conference, NAIA Region XIII and the NAIA National Coach of the Year following last season. The NAIA award was the fourth consecutive season for him to receive the honor. He was also named the 2008 ITA/NAIA Wilson National Coach of the Year.
Kidd came to AUM following highly successful stops at North Greenville (S.C.) College and King (Tenn.) College, where he served as the head coach for both the men’s and women’s programs.
National championships are nothing new to Kidd, as he led North Greenville’s men and women to the National Christian College
Athletic Association (NCCAA) National Championships in 2002. He was named the NCCAA Coach of the Year for his efforts.
Kidd received his bachelor’s degree in organizational management from Virginia Intermont College and an associate’s degree from