Ann Lebedeff is Professor of Physical Eduacation and Athletics and Head Women's Tennis Coach at Pomona-Pitzer. She attended San Diego State University and received her B.A. in Family Studies and Consumer Sciences, with emphasis in Foods and Nutrition, and M.A. in Physical Education, with emphasis in Exercise Physiology. She later attended the University of Southern California and earned a Ph.D degree in Physical Education, with emphasis in Athletic Admistration. A former nationally ranked junior and collegiate player, Lebedeff won numerous national doubles titles, including the 1974 USTA National Women's Intercollegiate Doubles title, the 1970 New Zealand Women's Doubles Championship, and the U.S. Amateur Clay and Grass Courts Doubles titles in 1972.
Dr. Lebedeff is a nationally recognized coach and teacher. Her coaching career began at the University of Arizona in 1977-1985, where she was honored as the Western Collegiate Coach of the Year in 1985. After earning her doctorate, she continued her coaching and teaching career at Cal Poly Pomona from 1989-1998. Lebedeff coached both the men's and women's programs to national titles. The women won back-to-back NCAA team titles in 1991-92, while the men earned an NCAA Doubles title in 1993. At Pomona-Pitzer, Lebedeff's teams have consistently finished the year in the top ten and in 2000, her players won the NCAA Division III Doubles title.