Ron Gendron, the winningest coach in program history, enters his 14th season as the head coach of the Bryant University men's tennis team in 2019-20.
Gendron joined the program in 2003 and took over as the head coach in 2006. He is a seven-time Northeast Conference Coach of the Year, has posted a 173-133 overall record (143-121 in Division I) in dual matches, including a remarkable 40-4 mark against NEC opponents.
Gendron has led the Black and Gold to six-straight NEC Championships and six-straight NCAA Tournament appearances. Along the way, Gendron has been named the NEC Coach of the Year seven-straight years, a league record.
The Ron Gendron File
- Joined program in 2003 and was named head coach in 2006
- 173-133 career record and 143-121 record at the Division I level
- Won a DI program-record 20 matches in 2019
- Winningest coach in program history
- 40-4 record against NEC opponents
- 7-time Northeast Conference Coach of the Year
- Has led the Bulldogs to six-straight NEC Championships and six-straight NCAA Tournaments
- Matt Kuhar named NEC Player of the Year three-straight years (2017-2019) and first player in program history to be ranked nationally (2019)
- Kuhar and Wilson Dong became first doubles team in program and NEC history to be nationally ranked and to play in the NCAA Doubles Championships (2019)
- Has coached 61 All-NEC selections at the DI level
- Has coached two Bryant Hall of Fame inductees