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 Jeremy Feldman

Jeremy Feldman was named assistant coach of the University of Denver men's tennis team in July 2013.

“We could not be more thrilled to hire Jeremy to our staff,” Westerman said.  “He is an intelligent, motivated, and extremely passionate coach that will be able to relate extremely well with our players.  He was involved in every aspect of managing the tennis program at Wake Forest, and I know he will help continue the momentum we have built at Denver.” 

Feldman spent one season on the Wake Forest staff in 2012-13 as a volunteer assistant.  During his time with the Demon Deacons, Feldman assisted with all aspects of the program, including on-court coaching, coordinating individual practice sessions and serving as the team’s liaison with the rest of the athletic department and the community.

“I am extremely excited to begin work at the University of Denver,” Feldman said. “I would like to thank Coach Westerman, Ron Grahame and Peg Bradley-Doppes for this tremendous opportunity.  I am looking forward to helping Danny and the men's tennis team continue to build upon their success.”

In his one and only season on the Wake Forest staff, the Demon Deacons posted a third-place showing in the competitive Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and made a run to the conference tournament final before finishing the season ranked No. 19 nationally.

During his collegiate playing career, Feldman was a standout at Cornell University, where he was a two-year captain.  He captured the clinching match to help lead the Big Red to their first-ever Ivy League championship in 2011.

Feldman was a two-time All-Ivy-League selection and in 2008 was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year, the first Cornell player to earn the honor.

Feldman graduated from Cornell in 2011 with a degree in economics.