Patrick Sullivan was named the University of Houston head women's tennis coach on June 6, Director of Athletics Mack Rhoades announced. Sullivan becomes the eighth head coach in program history after spending two successful seasons as head coach at Stephen F. Austin.
Sullivan took over the reins at Stephen F. Austin following a 9-11 season and led the Ladyjacks to the two greatest seasons in school history, compiling an overall record of 43-10 (.811).
"Patrick is one of the nation's top young talents who is well respected in the college tennis industry, and we feel he'll be an excellent fit within the Houston Athletics family," Rhoades said. "He has demonstrated the ability to take programs to new heights and is a dynamic recruiter who truly cares about his student-athletes. We are very excited to have Patrick, Caroline and Vera join our family."