TEMPE, AZ – The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) is pleased to announce today the 11 head coaches who have been elected to the Division III Operating Committee. These coaches were chosen by their fellow ITA Member Coaches and will serve a three-year term that will span until June 2026.

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps’ Paul Settles has been named the Division III Men’s chair, while Washington & Lee’s Erin Ness has been re-named the Division III Women’s chair, a position that she has held with distinction for the past three years. Settles and Ness join Carnegie’s Andy Girard and Denison’s Jamie Scott as the only returning members to the operating committee from the 2020-2023 class.  

For a complete list of the ITA Division III Operating Committee members continue reading below, or visit the Division III Operating Committee page.

2023-2026 ITA Division III Operating Committee Members

Committee MemberSchoolRegion
Jason BoxSwarthmoreAtlantic South Region
Andy GirardCarnegie MellonAtlantic South Region
Todd WojtkowskiCase Western ReserveCentral Region
Ryan JumpNorth Central CollegeCentral Region
Todd DoeblerAmherstNortheast Region
Anik CepedaWilliamsNortheast Region
Paul Settles*CMSWest Region
Andrew CohnTrinity (TX)West Region
Jimmy ChauLewis & ClarkWest Region – At Large
Jamie ScottDenisonCentral Region – At Large
Erin Ness*Washington & LeeAtlantic South Region – At Large

*Indicates Committee Chair

About the ITA – The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) is the governing body and coaches association of college tennis, both an advocate and an authority for the sport and its members. Comprised of 1,260 colleges and universities, 20,000 student-athletes, 1,700 varsity programs, 3,000 coaches, and 1,350 college tennis officials, the ITA empowers college tennis coaches at all levels to deliver vibrant tennis programs that are vital to their college communities and transformational to their student-athletes. Follow the college tennis season on the ITA website and ITA social channels on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube.

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