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Univ. of Redlands - Recruiting Info

A consistent qualifier for the NCAA Team Championships and 15-time winner of the NAIA or NCAA Division III Championship, the University of Redlands men’s tennis program owns a long and rich tradition of excellence.  Remaining committed to this history, the men’s tennis program is characterized by a strong work ethic, daily improvement, and having fun. 

  • In 2006, the team qualified for the NCAA Championships for the 15th-consecutive year. 
  • In 2005, the Bulldogs won the SCIAC Championship for the 10th time in 11 years, which was the program’s 56th overall title, while finishing with an overall record of 21-6.  This marked the fourth time in five seasons that the team has won at least 20 matches. 
  • Individually, the team boasted the 2004 and 2003 NCAA National Doubles Finalists. 
  • The Bulldogs have produced at least two All-Americans every year from 2000 through 2005. 
  • Redlands earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winner in 2003 and 2004. 
  • The Bulldogs captured a third-place finish at the 2001 NCAA Division III Men’s Tennis Championship with four players earning All-American honors due to their stellar doubles performances at the tournament.   
  • Since 1999, Redlands has averaged a sixth-place, year-end national ranking. 
  • From 1999-2006, the Bulldogs earned ITA Academic All-American Team honors while boasting many individual Academic All-Americans. 
  • The 1995 team featured the NCAA Division III National Doubles Champions. 

Quick Facts

Overall (1934-present)

15 National Team Championships

56 SCIAC Championships

15 Singles Championships

9 Doubles Championships

1082-344 Record (76% winning percentage)


Under Head Coach

Geoff Roche



6 SCIAC Championships

2 NCAA Doubles Championship Finalists

2 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships

1 ITA Senior Player of the Year

2 ITA Players to Watch

1 ITA Rookie of the Year

1 ITA Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship Award

15 All-Americans

21 ITA Academic All-Americans

7 Academic All-American Teams

3 Frank Serrao Scholar-Athletes

4 SCIAC Players of the Year

3 Ojai West Regional Doubles Championships

1 West Region Coach of the Year

4 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans

157-51 team record (75% winning percentage)

Year-end national ranking:

2006- 7th, 2005-5th, 2004-5th, 2003-10th, 2002-6th, 2001-3rd, 2000-7th, 1999-3rd