Trivette will oversee both the men’s and the women’s programs this spring while a search for a permanent replacement for Mozur is conducted. Additionally, Alejandra Guerra was been elevated to associate head coaches in her sports.
Trivette has been a coach at UNCG since 1990 serving as an assistant coach for 10 years before permanently named head tennis coach on July 1, 2000, after serving one year as interim head coach. Trivette coached both the men’s and women’s programs at UNCG for five seasons before relinquishing the men’s title before the 2004-05 season to former coach Thomas Mozur.
In Trivette’s tenure, UNCG has reached the semifinals of the Southern Conference Championship six times. He has had six first-team All-SoCon singles selections, including two-time honoree and 2008 SoCon Player of the Year Alejandra Guerra, and nine first-team doubles teams picked. Eight have earned second-team all-league singles laurels under Trivette, while three doubles teams have earned second-team honors. UNCG has had at least one first-team singles and doubles selection in six of the last eight seasons.
Trivette has also put four student-athletes on the SoCon All-Freshman Team since its inception in 2009, the third-most in the league in that span.