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Friday, Sep. 20
FINAL
Men's Tennis
vs
UNCG Fall Invitational
Saturday, Oct. 12
FINAL
Men's Tennis
vs
Spartan Fall Invitational
Friday, Oct. 18
FINAL
Men's Tennis
at
ITA Regionals
Friday, Oct. 25
All Day
Men's Tennis
at
Furman Fall Duals
Friday, Nov. 1
All Day
Men's Tennis
at
UNCW Team Invite
Sunday, Feb. 9
1:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Winthrop
Tuesday, Feb. 11
3:00 PM
Men's Tennis
at
Radford
Saturday, Feb. 15
12:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Furman
Friday, Feb. 21
1:00 PM
Men's Tennis
at
UNCW
Saturday, Feb. 22
12:00 PM
Men's Tennis
at
Florida Gulf Coast
Friday, Feb. 28
2:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Appalachian State
Sunday, Mar. 1
11:00 AM
Men's Tennis
at
ETSU
Tuesday, Mar. 3
2:30 PM
Men's Tennis
at
Wofford
Wednesday, Mar. 4
7:00 PM
Men's Tennis
at
Wake Forest
Saturday, Mar. 7
1:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Samford
Monday, Mar. 9
2:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Navy
Thursday, Mar. 12
2:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Presbyterian
Friday, Mar. 13
TBA
Men's Tennis
at
NC State
Sunday, Mar. 15
1:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Davidson
Thursday, Mar. 19
3:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Gardner-Webb
Sunday, Mar. 22
12:00 PM
Men's Tennis
at
The Citadel
Thursday, Mar. 26
2:30 PM
Men's Tennis
at
ECU
Sunday, Mar. 29
11:00 AM
Men's Tennis
at
Chattanooga
Saturday, Apr. 4
1:00 PM
Men's Tennis
vs
Mercer
Wednesday, Apr. 8
6:00 PM
Men's Tennis
at
Elon
Friday, Apr. 10
1:00 PM
Men's Tennis
at
Campbell
Thursday, Apr. 16
All Day
Men's Tennis
at
Southern Conference

UNCG Athletics Article Page

Men's Tennis Coaching Staff
Brian Ford
Assistant Coach
Coach Info:
Position: Assistant Coach
Experience: 4 Years
Email: baford@uncg.edu

Brian Ford begins his fourth year as an assistant coach for the UNCG Men’s Tennis program during the 2017-18 season.  Ford brings seven years of coaching experience to Greensboro.  He is originally from Puyallup, Wash., and graduated from UNCG with a degree in communication studies in 2015.

As part of his assistant coaching duties at UNCG, Ford assists in training numerous former and current collegiate tennis players.  He has conceptualized, implemented and managed “Elite Boys” advanced training camps.  Ford has also trained and mentored high-level junior players from Washington, as well as North Carolina.

Ford competed collegiately at UNCW from 2005-08.  There, he was a team captain during his final two seasons, as well as earning his team’s most improved award in 2007.  He earned an overall record of 32-15 in dual matches while in Wilmington, competing at No. 4-6.

Prior to competing at UNCW, Ford competed in his home state of Washington.  There he was ranked No. 2 in the state in 18 singles, as well as earning the No. 7 ranking in the Pacific Northwest Region.   He also won the National Doubles Title in Sacramento, Calif., as part of the West Coast Junior Championships. 

After earning a 3.85 grade point average in his undergraduate career, Ford is now a second year master’s student in communications studies.