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Meet The Assistant: University of Washington's Georgia Munns
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They fill a crucial role in every college program. They juggle multiple responsibilities and put in long hours behind the scenes. They arrive early to hit balls, they stay late to provide advice and they keep in contact with potential recruits.

They are assistant coaches.

Although they may not get as much attention as head coaches, they are highly valued by many.

In this edition of Meet The Assistant, we profile University of Washington assistant coach Georgia Munns:

Why did you get into coaching?

I got into college coaching because I had an unbelievable experience playing college tennis at Northwestern University. I was really fortunate to have amazing coaches and role models growing up through juniors who had a huge influence on me. Once I got to college, it was by far the best four years of my tennis career. I fell in love with college tennis and college athletics immediately. Being part of a team and working together to be the best we could be was such an unbelievable feeling! My teammates are still some of my best friends, and people in the athletic department have become mentors for life. My coach in college (Claire Pollard) had more of an impact on me than I can possibly put into words. She helped me grow as a tennis player and person every single day and I realized I wanted to have that same impact on student-athletes.

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