Helen Andrews is in her second year as head coach of the women's tennis team at GW.
A 1998 graduate of GW, Andrews was one of Colonials’ best women’s tennis players from 1995-98. She played the No. 1 singles position and was named the Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Year as a junior in 1997. The Colonials' team captain, Andrews also earned A-10 All-Conference honors as a junior in 1997.
She compiled a career singles record of 33-14 during her three seasons at GW. Her senior season was cut short by a chronic back injury. Andrews transferred to GW after competing for a year at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
After college she spent a season as the Colonials' assistant coach and taught lessons as the assistant tennis pro at the Coumbia Country Club in suburban Chevy Chase, MD.
Andrews spent the summer of '98 leading a group of 12 junior tennis players on a nine-country tournament tour of Europe. She also has been an assistant pro at Nashville's Hillwood-Whitworth Club and an instructor at the Vanderbilt University tennis camp.
A native of Nashville, TN, Andrews resides in Alexandria, VA.
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