Hoosiers To Seek New Coach For Men's Tennis Program
April 30, 2007
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University Department of Athletics announced today that they will seek a new head men's tennis coach to lead the program.
"At this time, we believe it is in everyone's best interest to make a change in the coaching personnel with the men's tennis team," Director of Athletics Rick Greenspan said. "On behalf of Indiana University, I want to thank Coach Ken Hydinger for his many years of service and wish him and his family nothing but the best in their future endeavors."
Hydinger coached the Hoosiers for 22 seasons, compiling a 324-237-1 record during his tenure. The 1992 Big Ten Coach of the Year led Indiana to the NCAA Tournament on four occasions, most recently following the 2001 season.
A national search will be conducted to name a new head men's tennis coach. No timetable has been established to name a successor.
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