The George Washington University: Women's Tennis

Greg Munoz
Greg  Munoz

Head Coach



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Greg Munoz took over the helm of the George Washington women's tennis program in the fall of 2013 and has turned the program into a top contender in the Atlantic 10 in just one season.

The Colonials wrapped 2013-14 with an overall record of 9-6 and a conference mark of 5-2, and secured the No. 3 seed a first-round bye at the 2014 A-10 Championship. The Colonials went on to top Saint Joseph's and reach the semifinal match for the first time in 2011, where they ultimately were edged by Saint Louis, 4-2.

Under Coach Munoz's guidance, four GW players received postseason honors from the A-10 as Leah Pascarella and Lana Robins were named to the All-Conference First Team, Taylor Nederlander earned a spot on the Second Team and Christina Carpenter earned All-Academic Team status.

Entering his second season with the Buff and Blue in 2014-15, Coach Munoz returns for his ninth season as head coach of GW's men's tennis program. Prior to GW, the New Jersey native was the volunteer assistant coach for Johns Hopkins University while pursuing his master's in finance and marketing in 1993, and became the assistant men's tennis coach at JHU during the 1993-94 season. He also was the head girl's tennis coach at Washington's Georgetown Visitation Prep School from 2000-01 and worked with GW's men's tennis program in 1999 and in served as an assistant coach from 2004-05.

A 1992 graduate of Binghamton University, Coach Munoz was the East Regional Senior Player of the Year and an NCAA singles qualifier from 1990-92. He was also the Rolex East Doubles champion in 1991.

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