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Wayne Martin

Brooklyn, NY — During the summer of 2011, ASA Athletic Director Kenney Wilcox announced the hiring of Wayne R. Martin as the second Men’s & Women’s Tennis coach in the school’s history. Coach Martin comes to ASA with a wealth of experience as an intercollegiate coach and administrator. He will be responsible for coaching both teams in addition to implementing tennis programs on campus.

Prior to ASA, Coach Martin had a stellar seven-year NCAA Division I career as Head Women’s Tennis Coach at Long Island University (1998-2005). During that span, he guided the Blackbirds to ITA/College Tennis Online National rankings of 68th in 2002 and 72nd in 2004. He compiled a 100-48 overall record, including two consecutive trips to the Northeast Conference Championship Finals. In 2005 he was awarded “College Coach of the Year” by the United States Professional Tennis Association for his 100th career win and tireless efforts to the sport.

Most recently, Coach Martin worked as Director of Athletics at Raritan Valley Community College in North Branch, NJ from 2008-2011 and Hostos Community College in Bronx, NY from 2006-2008. His primary responsibilities included the administration of up to eight varsity sports, several intramural programs, student-athlete eligibility & academic enhancement, facility operations and special events. Under his leadership, the Hostos Athletic Department experience positive growth and acquired City University of New York Athletic Conference championship titles in Women’s Basketball, Women’s Volleyball and Men’s Basketball.

University of New York Athletic Conference championship titles in Women’s Basketball, Women’s Volleyball and Men’s Basketball.

Martin’s Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record at LIU

SeasonSchoolWomen’s RecordNortheast Conference Record
1998-99Long Island University5-110-0
1999-00Long Island University15-46-1
2000-01Long Island University14-116-1
2001-02Long Island University17-76-1
2002-03Long Island University16-46-1
2003-04Long Island University16-65-0
2004-05Long Island University17-55-0
LIU Career Totals (seven seasons)100-48NEC Record 34-4

 

Martin received an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts from Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, NY and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. He also received a Master of Science in Human Resource Management from Long Island University.

Coach Martin resides in New Jersey with his wife, Judy, and serves on a number of committees affiliated with the United States Tennis Association.

Phone: 718-522-9073 (extension- 2999)
Email: coachmartin@asa.edu

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