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 Bobby Goeltz

Bobby Goeltz brought a wealth of experience to his job as Idaho State's head tennis coach. He is in his 13th year with the Bengals, and previously had served 10 years in a similar capacity at the University of Maryland.

Goeltz has a track record of success both on and off the courts. Only the second tennis coach in Maryland history, his men's teams compiled a 145-85 record and the women's teams were 81-71. He coached several Atlantic Coast Conference champions, his teams won several prestigious tournaments and his men's team was ranked 16th nationally in 1986.

At Idaho State, his men are 127-125, have finished second in the Big Sky twice and third six times. His women are 103-118 and placed second in the Big Sky Conference in 1991, 1992 and 1996.

His athletes have been highly successful in the classroom. At ISU, every senior he coached has graduated, while only one at Maryland failed to graduate. At Maryland, his tennis teams were always among the top teams academically, and he coached two Rhodes Scholar candidates, one ACC Academic Athlete of the Year, 51 All-ACC Honor Roll Award winners, a Magna Cum Laude graduate in architecture and a state of Maryland Chancellor's Scholar.

Two of his notable ISU players were Omer Rashid and Mike Castrilli. Rashid was an NCAA Academic All-American and was the winner of an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Castrilli was the only individual to be selected MVP of the Big Sky tennis championships for three consecutive years. In 1993, that duo became the first to represent ISU in doubles at the NCAA Tennis Championships.

Bobby Goeltz's Record at ISU

Year W L Pct. BSC Finish
1991 13 10 .565 4th
1992 17 9 .654 3rd
1993 12 9 .571 3rd
1994 9 13 .409 3rd
1995 3 10 .231 7th
1996 5 11 .313 7th
1997 14 10 .583 2nd
1998 14 9 .609 t3rd
1999 12 7 .632 2nd
2000 14 11 .560 t3rd
2001 7 14 .333 t3rd 2002 7 12 .368 t5th
Totals 127 125 .504