2009 - Third Place Finish in ODAC.
2008 - Second Place Finish in ODAC. (Highest in Program history)
2007 - Third Place finish at the end of year in ODAC.
2006 - Fifth Place finish at the end of year in ODAC.
2005 - Seventh Place finish at the end of the year in ODAC.
2004 - Fifth Place finish at the end of the year in ODAC.
2003 - Fifth Place finish at the end of the year in ODAC.
2002 - Third Place finish at the end of the year in ODAC.
Post Season Highlights
2008 - Hilary Teeter named ODAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year
2004 - ODAC Sportsmanship Award for BC Tennis
All-ODAC First Team 2008
Jessica Hill (Singles)
Alissa Michael (Singles, Doubles)
Kelly O'Connell (Doubles)
Diana Ricker (Doubles)
Hilary Teeter (Doubles)
All-ODAC Second Team 2008
Jessica Hill (Doubles)
Megan Mathias (Singles)
Marlena Pipkin (Singles, Doubles)
Diana Ricker (Singles)
Hilary Teeter (Singles)
All-ODAC First Team 2006
Marlena Pipkin All-ODAC (Singles)
All-ODAC Second Team 2006
Brittany Van Winkler (Doubles)
Jessica Hill (Doubles)
All-ODAC First Team 1985
Cole Lawrence (Singles, Doubles)
Beth Rogers (Doubles)
Marty Perry returns to Bridgewater College for his second season as the head coach for the men's and women's tennis programs.
On August 16, 2011, Perry was named head coach of the Eagles after a very successful stint as the head coach at the University of Chicago. A three-time NCAA Division III National Coach of the Year recipient, Perry spent eight-plus years as the head men’s and women’s coach for the Maroons.
Perry brings a laundry list of accolades to Bridgewater, including being named the Wilson/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Division III Women’s Tennis National Coach of the Year in 2009 and 2010 and being named the National Coach of the Year on the men’s side by the college tennis governing body this past season.
In 2011, Perry coached University of Chicago women’s tennis player Kendra Higgins to the NCAA finals in singles, and led the Maroons women’s team to a fourth place finish in the NCAA Championships for the third straight season. Higgins teamed up with Chrissy Hu on the doubles side to claim back-to-back NCAA titles in 2009 and 2010.
In the highly competitive University Athletic Association (UAA), Perry coached four-straight UAA Rookie of the Year recipients and dethroned national power Emory University in 2010 when the Maroons women claimed the UAA championship. This marked the first time in more than two decades that Emory did not claim the conference crown.
Overall, Perry coached 15 All-Americans during his time at the University of Chicago and turned in the nation’s number-one-ranked women’s recruiting class at the Division III level in 2008, according to tennisrecruiting.com. In 2010, Perry’s men’s recruiting class was ranked third in the nation at the Division III level.
During the last two years, Perry has been the director of the Maroon Tennis Academy in Chicago where he has implemented and directed adult and junior tennis programs in the Windy City in conjunction with the University of Chicago athletic department.
Prior to his time with the Maroons, Perry was the head men’s and women’s tennis coach for one year at Division I Colgate University. During his lone season with the Raiders, he coached the men’s and women’s teams to winning records and earned wins over Patriot League rivals American, Bucknell, Lehigh and Lafayette. On the men’s side, Perry’s squad defeated then-Big East foe Boston College.
Perry opened his collegiate coaching career with a nearly four-year stint at the College of William & Mary as an assistant on the men’s team. During his time with the Tribe, Perry assisted with the day-to-day operation of a William & Mary squad that was consistently in the top 50 of Division I men’s tennis. In 1999 and 2000, Perry served as the assistant director of the ITA Summer National Championships in Williamsburg.
Aside from his collegiate coaching acumen, Perry has been an active member with Nike Tennis Camps, boasting nine years of experience with the camps at William and Mary and the University of Minnesota.
Perry earned his Professional Tennis Registry professional rating in 1994 and completed the USTA High Performance program in January of 2006 in Boca Raton, Fla.
Perry received his bachelor of arts in history from Cleveland State University in 1998.