GREENSBORO, N.C. – Greensboro College has named Gus Mota as its head men's and women's tennis coach, Director of Athletics Bryan Galuski announced Tuesday.
"Coach Mota will do an outstanding job as our head men's and women's tennis coach," Galuski said. "His enthusiasm, intensity and relentless work ethic will have a tremendous impact on his student-athletes."
In addition to his new role, Mota is entering his third season as Greensboro's head women's soccer coach.
In his first two seasons, Mota has compiled an overall record of 20-15-4, while also leading his team its first postseason victory in six seasons. Mota's squads have also set single-season program records in goals, goals per game, assists, points and points per game.
Additionally, Mota has been credited with recruiting and coaching four All-Conference performers.
"I would like to thank Director of Athletics Bryan Galuski for this opportunity," Mota said. "I am excited for this new chapter in my life. My staff and I are confident that we will be able to recruit outstanding student-athletes who will be able to help our tennis programs. Greensboro College has always had a blueprint for the program, and now it is time we start laying down the foundation. This year will be an important year for our programs as we are going to elevate our current roster and give everyone an opportunity to compete for a roster spot.
"We do not want to look ahead to the 2019 season already, but we do want to make it clear that a new and exciting change is coming to the tennis program. Current and new tennis players at Greensboro College will have to trust the process and understand that our coaching staff will recruit seven days a week to ensure our success moving forward. I can't wait to get started."
With the appointment, Mota becomes the 15th head coach in the program's history, which includes a conference championship and four individual NCAA qualifiers.
Release courtesy of the Greensboro sports information department.