Head Men’s Tennis Coach
Coach Al is UT’s longest-tenured head coach, tied at 22 years with basketball legend Bob Nichols. Ten of Coach Al’s teams have reached MAC semi-finals or finals. 25 of his players have earned All-MAC honors; and19 student-athletes have earned Academic All-MAC recognition. Regularly, his teams achieve a 3.2 GPA in the classroom.
Coach Al is a nationally respected coach. He has served many terms as Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division I Midwest Men’s Regional Chairman and the ITA National Division I Operating Committee, developing policy for college tennis. He is a regular speaker at national and regional tennis coaches’ conventions.
Head Women’s Tennis Coach
Tracy is the Women’s Tennis Coach here at the University of Toledo. Tracy played at Bucknell University from 1996-2000 and stayed during the 2001 season as the assistant coach at her alma mater. Tracy obtained her master’s degree from UT in 2012. She will be entering her 15th season with the Rockets this coming fall.
Tracy has coached at the Ed Krass College tennis academy at Lehigh University and Brown University for 5 summers as well as directing both the junior and adult tennis camps at Swarthmore College.
Tracy resides in Toledo with her husband Jamie and their three boys; Jace (7), Trey(3), and Brooks (6 mths).
Courtney is currently the women’s tennis graduate assistant coach at the University of Toledo where she is pursuing her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Prior to attending UT, Courtney played tennis at Ball State University. While at Ball State she played number one singles and received many honors including four-time all Mac conference first team. Courtney has been on the summer coaching staff at both University of Michigan and University of Missouri. She has also coached USTA district junior cup teams. In addition, she has taught tennis at several clubs in the Midwest. Courtney also enjoys running.
Graduate Assistant Tennis Coach
Mark Singnil is a former UT athlete who played for the Rockets from 2013-15 and was a student assistant coach for the 2015-16 season. Prior to joining the Rockets, Singnil played two years at NCAA Division II member Harding University in Searcy, AR.
Singnil compiled an overall record of 21-5 while at Harding. As a sophomore, Singnil finished with a record of 9-4 in singles competition and 6-6 in doubles at the No. 1 spot to earn Great American Conference first-team laurels for a second-straight spring. Over the course of his freshman campaign at Harding, he went 12-1 in singles action and 10-4 in doubles, collecting both Player and Freshman of the Year accolades for the conference.
While a student-athlete at UT, Singnil was named to second-team All-Mid-American Conference. He concluded his junior season with an overall singles record of 16-7 and was named Team Co-MVP.