Season at Tennessee: 16th in 2017-18
Season as Head Coach: 1st in 2017-18
Head Coaching Record: 21-9 (8-4 SEC)
SEC Regular-Season Titles: 2 (2010, 2011)
SEC Tourney Titles: 1 (2010)
NCAA Finalist: 1 (2010)
NCAA Quarterfinalist: 2 (2011, 2013, 2018)


The 2017-18 season marked James McKie's first year as an assistant coach with the Tennessee men's tennis team.

In his debut season in Knoxville, McKie helped lead the Vols to their best season in five years, as the team posted a 21-9 mark and a fourth place finish in the SEC. He helped land the No. 17 recruiting class in the nation going into next season according to the Tennis Recruiting Network.

McKie previously served as assistant coach for two seasons at Tulane, helping the Green Wave put together historic success as a program and individually.


Former world-class tennis professional and Knoxville native Ben Testerman has joined the Tennessee men's tennis program as the volunteer assistant coach, the 2018-19 season marks his seventh season with the Volunteers.

Testerman's accomplishments on the tennis court are well known in Tennessee. He achieved a career-high world ranking of 22 in singles and 33 in doubles. Notably, he reached the semifinals of the 1984 Australian Open.

The Vols have two former world top-30 professional tennis players on staff. Head coach Chris Woodruff was ranked as high as No. 29 on tour and won two ATP-level titles, including the Canadian Open, a Masters 1000 event.


Amanda Therriault has served as Tennessee’s Director of Tennis Operations since February of 2015. Therriault handles day-to-day operations for the men’s and women’s tennis programs, including team travel, equipment, facilities and coordination for home matches.

A native of Carthage, Tenn., Therriault is a veteran employee of the Tennessee Athletics Department. She previously served as an Event Management Assistant from 2011-15, working closely with the tennis programs during that stint. Therriault was the Tournament Director for the NCAA Men’s Tennis Regional and ITA Ohio Valley Regional tournaments and coordinated event and official operations throughout the season. She was also responsible for usher and gatekeeper payroll for all Tennessee athletic events.

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