Eric Toth enters his fifth season as the head coach of the Xavier University Men's and Women's tennis teams, and is coming off highly successful seasons once again.
Toth holds and impressive 120-75 overall record as head coach of the Musketeers and has led the XU men to three NCAA tournament appearances.
Toth attended the University of Cincinnati and was a two-year co-captain on the men's tennis team there as well as the team MVP for the 1991 and `92 seasons. He excelled on the doubles court, earning ITA Region IV final rankings of sixth in 1993 and 12th in 1992. Toth ranks in the top ten in all-time victories at UC. Upon exhausting his eligibility, Toth served as the team's volunteer assistant coach during the 1994 season while completing his degree in secondary education.
Toth was a top-ranked junior in the greater Cincinnati area and played his high school tennis at Elder High School. He was a four-year varsity starter at Elder and was a runner-up in the 1988 3A State Doubles Tournament.
Outside of his work with the Musketeer tennis programs, Toth remains visible throughout the tennis community as a teaching professional and volunteer. Toth has serves on Ohio Valley Region 12 coaches committee. He also serves as the Director of Tennis at the Losantiville Country Club and is a staff professional at Eastern Hills Indoor Tennis Club. Additionally, Toth assumes many volunteer responsibilities throughout the area and currently serves as board member for the Greater Cincinnati Tennis Association. He is also a member of the USPTA, the largest organization of tennis teaching professionals.