Brad Sceney is a first year head coach with Loyola Marymount men’s tennis. Sceney came to the bluff after serving as the Director of Tennis at The Paseo Club in Valencia, Calif., and enjoying an impressive collegiate career at Pepperdine from 1995-98. An All-American while at Pepperdine, Sceney helped the Waves to a top-10 ranking each of his four seasons in Malibu. His mark of 85 career singles victories is still the Pepperdine record today. In 1996, Sceney won the All-American Doubles Championship. Following his collegiate career, Sceney spent time in the professional tennis ranks, earning rankings in the top-600 in singles and top-300 in doubles after just one year on the ATP Tour. Sceney, a native of Australia, won the 1992 Australian Open Junior Doubles Championship. He was the second-ranked junior in Australia from 1986-1992 and was a member of the country’s junior national team. For the last nine years, Sceney has worked with Topseed Tennis Academy, a corporation that owns and operates three tennis clubs and one sports club in Southern California. Hired as a tennis instructor in 1999, Sceney advanced to the title of Director of Tennis at one of the company’s sites, The Paseo Club in Valencia, Calif. There, he manages a staff of 10 tennis professionals and coordinates the tennis program for approximately 3,500 members. Sceney and his wife, Katy, currently reside in Valencia. Also a WCC tennis alumnus, Katy played for the Portland Pilots from 1998-2001. The two are the proud parents of daughter Elle (2) and are expecting their second child in March.