|Title:||Graduate Assistant Coach|
Former Spartan, Alejandra Guerra, has been named as graduate assistant coach for the women’s tennis program, as announced by head coach, Jeff Trivette.
Guerra contributed to the Spartans as a player from 2007 to 2009. She was named Southern Conference Player of the Year in 2008. Guerra was a two-time First Team All SoCon selection in singles and doubles in 2008-2009. She placed as high as No. 38 in singles and No. 12 in doubles in the ITA national rankings.
In 2008, Guerra went 18-2 in singles and ended the season with a perfect record of 9-0 in SoCon matches. She followed that season with 29-8 record in singles and a 9-1 ledger in the SoCon in 2009.
The Tampico, Mexico native ended her career with 47 victories in singles and a total of 37 double wins. She held the record of most wins in a season with 29 until last year when Niltooli Wilkins broke the record with 30 wins.