Anthony McPherson enters his second season as the Bluejay men's tennis team's head coach.
McPherson began the 2007 season as the team's assistant coach, but was named the team's head coach following the resignation of Henry Stanford.
McPherson earned a bachelor's degree from Elmhurst College in 2007, closing out his tennis career as one of the school's most decorated players. McPherson earned three all-conference honors, including first-team recognition during the 2006 and 2007 seasons. He finished his four-year career ranked fifth in school history in both singles (61) and doubles (61) victories. His pairing with Dan Faretta in doubles matches, led to 41 career victories, the second highest total in school history. He also holds the single season record for most wins at No. 2 singles with 18 during the 2006 season.