Diversity in College Tennis w/Jason Haynes

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Join Jason Haynes with his guest, Alison Ojeda, new assistant coach of Baylor's women's tennis team(3pm Eastern):

 

Former All-American and all-SEC selection Alison Ojeda was named an assistant coach of Baylor's women's tennis program head coach Joey Scrivano announced on June 30, 2010. Ojeda spent the previous five seasons as the head coach at Middle Tennessee State University.

A former All-American and WTA player, Ojeda inherited an MTSU team with just two returning players in 2005, but brought the program back to the national rankings in 2010. Helping the Blue Raiders to their first winning season in six years, Ojeda led MTSU to an 11-10 record.

Ojeda was an assistant coach at Alabama in 2005 and served two years at Texas A&M, earning the 2004 Southeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year honor. 

While at Texas A&M, Ojeda helped the Aggies finish the 2004 season ranked 16th in the nation. 

Ojeda spent eight months on the WTA tour in 2004.The San Antonio, Texas, native enjoyed a stellar playing career at the University of Tennessee. She earned All-America honors in singles as a junior..

 During her senior year, she helped captain UT's first-ever appearance in the NCAA Final Four.

Ojeda garnered First Team All-SEC honors in singles as a junior and Second Team accolades in doubles as a sophomore. She is one of only three players in Lady Vols history to post more than 100 victories in both singles and doubles.

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