GW Names Greg Munoz Men's Tennis Head Coach
Former Binghamton Standout Spent Last Year as a Volunteer at GW
July 3, 2006
WASHINGTON, DC -- Gregory A. Munoz has been named head coach for men's tennis at The George Washington University, Senior Associate Director of Athletics Mary Jo Warner has announced. Munoz will be responsible for all aspects of the Colonials men's tennis program. He replaces former coach Tom Hawkins who resigned to pursue other interests.
Munoz spent the past year as a volunteer assistant for the Colonials under Hawkins.
The New Jersey native is pursuing a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University and was the assistant coach for men's tennis there in 1993-94. He also was the head girls tennis coach at Washington's Georgetown Visitation Prep School from 2000-01 and has worked with GW's men's tennis program in 1999 and again last season.
A 1992 graduate of Binghamton University, Munoz was the East Regional Senior Player of the Year and an NCAA singles qualifier from 1990-92. He was the Rolex East Doubles champion in 1991.
The Colonials tennis teams practice at the GW-Mount Vernon campus tennis courts located at 2100 Foxhall Road in northwest Washington.