Eric Steidlmayer Head Coach
Eric Steidlmayer has helped to rebuild the UC Davis Aggies into a Nationally Ranked program in his third year. Raising win totals in his first two years, Steidlmayer helped the Aggies to their first Division I winning season in 2014, along with several Big West first and second team performers in singles and doubles. In 2015, the Aggies under coach Steidlmayer gained their highest national ranking in history. Steidlmayer is no stranger to UC Davis, having served as an assistant coach with the Aggies for two seasons from 1997-98. Upon returning to UC San Diego in 1999, he reshaped the Tritons into a perennial national contender. Steidlmayer guided UC San Diego to 12 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances from 2000-2011, including a national semifinals appearance in 2007.
During his career at UCSD, Steidlmayer amassed a .628 winning percentage, posting a record of 182-108 over 14 years. He is the winningest men's tennis coach in UCSD history. The 2011 season certainly helped lift Steidlmayer's win percentage as he led the Tritons to a perfect 20-0 record in regular season dual matches. For the 12th straight year, UCSD advanced to NCAA postseason play as it was the West Region's top seed and received a free pass to the round of 16.
Steidlmayer graduated from UC San Diego in 1996 after playing three years on the Triton tennis team. While attending UCSD, he was named the Tritons' Most Valuable Player after helping them earn a berth in the 1996 D-III National Championships. Steidlmayer earned a Master's Degree in economics from UC Davis in the fall of 1998.
Sara Jackson Assistant Coach
A face familiar to UC Davis women's tennis returned to the Marya Welch Tennis Center for the 2013-14 season when Sara Jackson stepped onto the court in her new role as the team's assistant coach. A former student-athlete who competed for head coach Bill Maze throughout her final two seasons on campus, Jackson returns for her second coaching stint as a member of Maze's staff.
In her first season back, the Aggies finished in fourth place, advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Big West Women's Tennis Tournament and earnedan NCAA Public Recognition Award for an outstanding Academic Progress Rate (APR) for the seventh consecutive season with a perfect score of 1,000.
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