Wendy Bartlett is entering her 27th year as head coach of the Trinity College women's tennis team. Bartlett has compiled an impressive dual-match record of 196-117-1 and her squads are consistently among the top teams in New England. In 2008-09, the Bantams recorded a 12-6 record and finished eighth in the NESCAC with a 3-3 conference mark. The team qualified for the NESCAC Championship Tournament to determine the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Championship. Bartlett has guided Trinity to the NCAA Tourney four times.
Bartlett earned her bachelor's degree from Rollins College and her master's degree in physical education from Central Connecticut State University. Before coming to Trinity, she was the director of racquet sports at the Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, PA. An associate physical education professor at the College, Bartlett is also the head coach of the women's squash team which consistently competes for a National Championship.