Goode was named the head coach of UTPA men’s tennis on July 28th, 2011.
In his first season with the Broncs, Goode more than tripled the team's win total from the previous season with an increase of five wins, going 7-10 in 2012.
The Broncs had several strong individual performances with senior Beau Bernstein and sophomore Sebestien Job each earning a Southland Conference Player of the Week award.
Goode also helped to guide the Broncs off the court, as his entire team was part of the AD Honor Roll by earning GPAs of 3.0 or higher in the spring. The Broncs were honored as the UTPA Male Academic Team of the Year for having the highest GPA among men’s teams during the fall semester. The Broncs finished the school year with the highest GPA among all 14 sports. Bernstein earned Southland Conference All-Academic Honors.
Goode spent the 2011 season as an assistant coach with North Carolina State University after spending the previous six seasons as the head men’s and women’s tennis coach at NCAA Division II Lees-McRae in Banner Elk, North Carolina.
Goode’s final two seasons with the Bobcats brought great success to the program. His men’s program won both the regular season and tournament conference championships in 2009 and 2010. Both seasons the Bobcats finished their regular season schedule unbeaten and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division II tournament. Goode took the team from ninth to first in the conference in just four years.
Goode also helped re-start the women’s tennis program at Lees-McRae in 2005. He led the Bobcat women to a conference championship in 2009 and a national ranking of 43 in 2010. Goode was named the Conference Carolinas men’s and women’s coach of the year in 2009.
Goode graduated from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro in 2002 with a degree in Hospitality Management. He was a four-year letter winner for the Spartans men’s tennis team and helped the program to a conference championship in 2001. He played professionally on the Futures Tour from 2002-05.
Goode’s wife, Dana Arrowood-Goode, played soccer at UNC-Greensboro and was a member of three Southern Conference Championship teams. The Goodes have two sons, Gavin (4) and Griffin (2).