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Tennis Staff
 Bob Bateman
Volunteer Asst Coach
(n/a) University of Colorado

Bob Bateman enters his second season with the CU men’s tennis team as their technical consultant. Bateman is not a stranger to the men’s tennis program having played from 1982-85 and having graduated magna cum laude in Economics from CU in 1986.

      When Bateman left the men’s program, he accumulated 45 singles and doubles matches, was a four-year letterwinner, and was a runner up in Big 8 Conference Tournament (# 2 singles) in 1983.

    “Bob has been involved in the program during the last few years and I’m excited to have his scientific knowledge assisting our student-athletes development,” said CU head coach Sam Winterbotham.

    As a youth, Bateman was the Minnesota state high school singles champion and was a nationally ranked junior (#58) in 1981. Today, he is the staff professional at the Boulder Harvest House since 1994.

    Born December 28, 1962 in Edina, Minnesota, Bateman is married to his wife Rachel since 1995. His hobbies include being the baseball play-by-play voice of the Niwot Cougars (2004 Colorado HS and American Legion state champions). His future endeavor is being the future voice of the Buffaloes as the school’s public address announcing taking over for Alan Cass when he retires.

   “Bob cares a great deal about this university and athletic department,” Winterbotham adds. “He brings a wealth of knowledge on and off the court and his impact has been great on this team.”