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Since John Magee
took over as Cabrini's
head coach in 2004, all the Cavaliers have done is win four straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference (PAC) team titles, becoming the first-ever champions in Cabrini women's tennis history.
has posted a 44-1 record against PAC opponents, winning the last 44 in a row, the longest winning streak in conference history.
Under Magee's guidance, Cabrini
has twice competed in the NCAA tournament - 2007-08 - as the first PAC representative all-time for women's tennis.
guided Jennifer Keller to the PAC Player of the Year award in 2004 and freshman Dina DiTaranto to the same honor the following season.
Carolyn Wilson (2004), DiTaranto (2005) and Stephanie Tighe (2007) have all won the Rookie of the Year award with Magee
at the helm.
, a stickler for conditioning and preparation, insists on a commitment to excellence from both his
players and himself.
In four years as a college head coach, he's
been recognized three times by his
peers as PAC Coach of the Year, in 2004, 2006 and 2007.
Prior to coming to Cabrini College, Magee coached at Gwynedd-Mercy College where he worked with both the men's and women's teams from the fall of 2002 through the spring of 2004.
He served as the on-court coach for Gwynedd's first-ever PAC individual conference winner.
Magee is a certified teaching instructor with the U.S. Professional Tennis Registry (USPTR), he's taught in the Hatfield Community Tennis Program, worked for the Bucks County Tennis Association, and currently serves as the tennis pro at the Buckingham Racquet Club in Bucks County.
completed the advanced college coaching course (Tennis University II) taught by Dennis Van der Meer at the prestigious Van der Meer Tennis Academy in Hilton Head, S.C. and attended many workshops conducted by the U.S. Tennis Association
Also, during the summer months, he serves as a volunteer instructor with the "Touch of Tennis", an annual summer clinic for children with special needs.
Cabrini players have also been volunteers at the clinic as part of the community service project that the team participates in each year.
Magee received a bachelor of science degree in education from Temple University and earned a master's degree in computer education from Arcadia University.