The University of Tennessee announced Alison Ojeda as its seventh women's tennis head coach in program history on Monday, Nov. 21, 2016.

Former Tennessee All-American Ojeda rejoined the program as an assistant coach in June 2016. She was hired as head coach following the resignation of Mike Patrick.

"It's an absolute honor to be here," Ojeda said. "It's been my dream job since I played here (1998-2002). Mike has been an incredible mentor and role model for me as a person and a coach. I want to thank him for helping me get to this point today. I am really excited about maintaining his class and integrity in the program. I want to make sure we start focusing on winning some championships. We are in an extremely tough conference, and I am honored to be a part of the SEC. I want to bring in players who are ready to take it to the next level."


Tennessee women's tennis head coach Alison Ojeda announced that Ty Schaub joined the program as assistant coach on Nov. 30, 2016.

"I am thrilled to bring Ty Schaub to Tennessee," Ojeda said. "My goal here is to win an SEC Championship and adding Ty's experience both as a player and a coach will really help. He is an incredibly selfless individual who has the heart of a champion. He played for one of the best coaches in the country, Ty Tucker, at The Ohio State University."

During his time at OSU, Schaub's teams finished with a record of 129-8, claiming four Big Ten Conference Championships. He was the team captain in 2009 when the Buckeyes were No. 1 in the country and reached the NCAA Finals.



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