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Stark Davis enters his first season as Head Coach of the Men's and Women's Tennis programs at Freed-Hardeman. In addition to his coaching duties, Davis is also a professor in the Criminal Justice Department.

Prior to his time at FHU, Davis coached five seasons (2012-16) at Haywood High School in Brownsville, Tennessee. During his time at Haywood, his teams produced a 71-18, record while twice qualifying players for the state tournament.

Davis played five years as a junior player for the United States Tennis Association before enrolling in the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. During his time at the Air Force Academy, Davis participated four years on the intercollegiate fencing team at USAFA, where he was the No. 2 sabre fencer his junior and senior seasons.

Davis said he hopes to use his own experiences as a player to help develop players at the college level. "I have a passion for the game of tennis and enjoy the challenge of helping players find success in the arena of competition," Davis said. "My goal is to develop players to enter an environment of constant, determined improvement. It is truly a dream come true to coach at the college level here at FHU."

​Davis believes bringing tennis back to FHU will be good for students as well as the university. "This is a great opportunity for students seeking a quality Christian university experience, who also have a love for tennis," he said. "Students will be able to pursue a great Christian education while developing as top level competitive tennis players.

2018 Women's Tennis Roster
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Head Coach
1st season