Lloyd Nordstrom Tennis Center
Home of Washington Tennis Camps
Located just north of Husky Stadium, the Lloyd Nordstrom Tennis Center is one of the Northwest's most modern indoor tennis facilities. The tennis center, sporting six courts, was made possible by a $2.5 million donation from the family of the late Lloyd Nordstrom. Mr. Nordstrom played on the Husky varsity tennis team from 1930-1932 and was noted for his love of the game and his loyalty to the University.read more
Womens: Head Coach
Despite falling short of making the NCAA Tournament as a team in 2018, Stephenson helped two singles players and one doubles duo make the NCAA championships, the first time since 2011 the Huskies have had that many players make the championships. Both singles players advanced to the second round, the first year two Dawgs have moved on since 2011. Additionally, Stacey Fung was ranked in the top 25 all season, reaching as high as top 10 (the first player to do so since 2011). Fung earned All-American status, the first Husky All-American since 2011.
In 2017, Stephenson led Washington to their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2011, and collected the most regular season wins since the 2009 season along the way. The team ranked as high as 25th in the country, while five student-athletes collected 20 or more singles victories. The regular season was highlighted by ranked wins over Northwestern and USC, coming back from an 0-3 deficit against the Trojans to defeat them 4-3, earning their first regular season victory over the LA school since 2003.
During the 2016 season Stephenson guided to five wins over ranked opponents and brought in her second recruiting class ranked in the top-15. The Dawgs sent their first doubles team to the NCAA Championships since 2011, ranked as high as 19th in the country as a team, and had three student-athletes named to the All-Pac-12 Academic teams.
Women’s: Assistant Coach
Head coach Robin Stephenson announced in January 2017 that Georgia Munns would be returning to the staff as a volunteer assistant coach. “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Georgia and her family back to our Husky tennis family,” said Stephenson. “She made a huge impact last year with us and we are lucky to have her back with us.”
After one season as a Volunteer Coach for the Huskies, Georgia Munns was named the Assistant Coach for the Washington women’s tennis team for the 2015-16 season. She helped guide the team to a 13-10 record, and earn a national ranking as high as 19th in the country.
Munns spent the previous season as a Volunteer Coach with the Huskies after spending two seasons as an Assistant Coach with the South Carolina women’s tennis program, joining the Gamecocks in December 2012.
Men’s: Assistant Coach
University of Washington Men’s Assistant Coach and Husky All-American, Eric Drew, brings a long list of experience as both a player and coach of a vast variety of levels.
Eric competed for the University of Washington Men’s Husky Tennis Team for four years, achieving All-American Honors in singles and doubles under the coaching direction of Matt Anger.
Currently Eric is also the Head of Junior Development at Harbor Square Athletic Club in Edmonds, Washington. He is also the Director of Tennis at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club on Whidbey Island. He has approximately twenty (20) years of experience at the scholastic, collegiate, and professional level as a player, coach, and teaching professional.