Anthony Nguyen Pham has covered a lot of ground during his time in college tennis. He played at NAIA, Baker University; got his start in coaching as a graduate assistant at NCAA Division II Drury; moved on to be a head coach of both the men’s and women’s teams at NCAA Division I Niagara; transitioned to the assistant coach position at NCAA Division I Purdue and then the associate head coaching role at NCAA Division I Wisconsin. He recently moved from Madison, Wisconsin to Boulder, Colorado to take on the role of assistant coach of the University of Colorado women’s tennis team.
In this podcast, Dave and Anthony discuss some of the similarities and differences between coaching at the different divisions and levels, Anthony’s thoughts on the limited diversity within the coaching ranks, and what career advice he would provide young minority coaches looking to carve out a career as a college tennis coach.
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