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Kendall L. Brooks

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St. Edward's University

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St. Edward's University

3001 South Congress Avenue

Austin, Texas 78704

United States

Company Description

St. Edward's is a private, liberal arts Catholic university in the Holy Cross Tradition with more than 5,000 students. Located in Austin, Texas, with a network of partner universities around the world, St. Edward's is a diverse community that offers under ... more

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Employment History

Head Women’s Tennis Coach

Heartland Conference

Assistant Coach

Texas Tech University

Team Texas Coach

United States Tennis Association

Education

B.S.

Exercise and Sports Science

Undergraduate Degree

Exercise and Sports Science Kinesiology

bachelor of science degree

Exercise and Sports Science

Texas Tech

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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach

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AUSTIN - St. Edward's University Athletic Director Debbie Taylor announced the hiring of Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Tennis Coach on Thursday.
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Brooks comes to St. Edward's after serving as the Director of Junior Development and Academy Coach at the Austin Tennis Academy for the past seven years.
While at the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks was also the coordinator for the Junior Tennis Team and the director of all women's programs. As the junior coach, she led the 18 and under team to national titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She also led the 14 and under team to a national championship in 2012. During her time, Brooks was named the Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the Year in 2010, as well as United States Tennis Professional Association's Texas Section Touring and National Touring Coach of the Year in 2011. Brooks was also the Team Texas coach for the United States Tennis Association Boys and Girls 14's Zone Team Championships in 2012 and 2013.
Before the Austin Tennis Academy, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native, served as assistant coach for Texas Tech during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. The Red Raiders were nationally ranked in both seasons and finished with a combined 24-21 record.
"I have always wanted to get back into college coaching," Brooks said. "My dream has always been to be a college head coach. This position gave me the opportunity to fulfill that dream, while also staying at home in Austin. I love the team atmosphere. Competing and winning as a team is really what gets me motivated, as a player and as a coach."
Brooks was also a four-year letterwinner for Texas Tech where she compiled a career singles record of 61-58 and a doubles mark of 41-17, playing primarily at the number two and one positions, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Brooks still holds the school's career record for winning percentage in doubles play. Her sophomore season, she was the Big XII Conference winner at her positions in both singles and doubles. She was named preseason all-Big XII before her junior season and was team captain her junior and senior seasons. Brooks graduated from Texas Tech in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a minor in English and Spanish.
Brooks, the fourth coach in school history, takes over a Hilltopper squad that was 11-8 last season and finished the year ranked #31 in the Final ITA National Poll. The team made it to the Heartland Conference Tournament Championship before falling to #23 St. Mary's.
"My goal is to bring St. Edward's to the top of the Heartland Conference, and within a few years be competing with the top DII schools in the country, while putting ourselves in position to play postseason tennis each year," Brooks said.


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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach

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AUSTIN - St. Edward's University Athletic Director Debbie Taylor announced the hiring of Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Tennis Coach on Thursday.
...
Brooks comes to St. Edward's after serving as the Director of Junior Development and Academy Coach at the Austin Tennis Academy for the past seven years.
While at the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks was also the coordinator for the Junior Tennis Team and the director of all women's programs. As the junior coach, she led the 18 and under team to national titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She also led the 14 and under team to a national championship in 2012. During her time, Brooks was named the Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the Year in 2010, as well as United States Tennis Professional Association's Texas Section Touring and National Touring Coach of the Year in 2011. Brooks was also the Team Texas coach for the United States Tennis Association Boys and Girls 14's Zone Team Championships in 2012 and 2013.
Before the Austin Tennis Academy, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native, served as assistant coach for Texas Tech during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. The Red Raiders were nationally ranked in both seasons and finished with a combined 24-21 record.
"I have always wanted to get back into college coaching," Brooks said. "My dream has always been to be a college head coach. This position gave me the opportunity to fulfill that dream, while also staying at home in Austin. I love the team atmosphere. Competing and winning as a team is really what gets me motivated, as a player and as a coach."
Brooks was also a four-year letterwinner for Texas Tech where she compiled a career singles record of 61-58 and a doubles mark of 41-17, playing primarily at the number two and one positions, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Brooks still holds the school's career record for winning percentage in doubles play. Her sophomore season, she was the Big XII Conference winner at her positions in both singles and doubles. She was named preseason all-Big XII before her junior season and was team captain her junior and senior seasons. Brooks graduated from Texas Tech in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a minor in English and Spanish.
Brooks, the fourth coach in school history, takes over a Hilltopper squad that was 11-8 last season and finished the year ranked #31 in the Final ITA National Poll. The team made it to the Heartland Conference Tournament Championship before falling to #23 St. Mary's.
"My goal is to bring St. Edward's to the top of the Heartland Conference, and within a few years be competing with the top DII schools in the country, while putting ourselves in position to play postseason tennis each year," Brooks said.


Kendall Brooks Accepts Head Role At SEU | Austin Tennis Academy

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Kendall Brooks Accepts Head Role At SEU Austin Tennis Academy Coach Kendall Brooks has accepted a position as the new Head Women's Tennis Coach at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. Coach Brooks, who has been at ATA for 7 years, previously served as an Assistant Coach at Texas Tech University for 2 years. "I have always wanted to get back into college coaching," Coach Brooks said. "My dream has always been to be a head college coach. This position gave me the opportunity to fulfill that dream while also staying at home in Austin." On top of her team tennis experience as a player and then an assistant coach at Texas Tech University, Kendall also served as the Coordinator of USTA Junior Team Tennis at ATA, logging four National Championships along the way. "I love the team atmosphere," Coach Brooks said. "Competing and winning (or losing) as a team is really what gets me motivated, as a player and as a coach. Not everyone gets to experience this as a junior player on the USTA circuit, or even a pro player on tour." Looking ahead, Coach Brooks expressed her excitement about the opportunity to have her own program and put together her own team. "I also think that I am really going to like St. Edward's," Kendall said. "It is a smaller school with a family-like feel and I'm looking forward to getting back on a college campus that has a lot of pride in athletics." St. Edward's University is a private, liberal arts university in downtown Austin with roughly 5000 undergraduate students. Set just off of South Congress Ave, the campus' Main Building is one of the highest points in Austin proper, offering breathtaking views of the downtown skyline. Coach Brooks will take over a Hilltopper team that finished the season ranked #31 in the nation, with a record of 11-8. She will look to improve on this past year's season where the team lost in the Heartland Conference Championship to St. Mary's University. "My goal is to bring St. Edward's to the top of the Heartland Conference, and within a few years be competing with the top D-II schools in the country and putting ourselves in position to play post-season tennis each year," Coach Brooks said. "I hope to do so by bringing in some of the Texas talent that I have been watching grow for all these years!" While Coach Brooks will start a new chapter in her coaching career, she will not be closing the book completely on ATA. "I have been at ATA for 7 years, so leaving was always going to be hard," Coach Brooks said. "The good part about this new job is that it will still allow me to be a part of the ATA family. My role will definitely be changing as I take on this new challenge, but I plan on being around and involved as much as I can." While Kendall has taught junior athletes at ATA for 7 years, the learning has definitely gone both ways.

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Good luck, Coach Brooks! The ATA community will be cheering for you and your Hilltopper team!


texascollegetennis blog - The Source for Texas College Tennis News

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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach

...
AUSTIN - St. Edward's University Athletic Director Debbie Taylor announced the hiring of Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Tennis Coach on Thursday.
...
Brooks comes to St. Edward's after serving as the Director of Junior Development and Academy Coach at the Austin Tennis Academy for the past seven years.
While at the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks was also the coordinator for the Junior Tennis Team and the director of all women's programs. As the junior coach, she led the 18 and under team to national titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She also led the 14 and under team to a national championship in 2012. During her time, Brooks was named the Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the Year in 2010, as well as United States Tennis Professional Association's Texas Section Touring and National Touring Coach of the Year in 2011. Brooks was also the Team Texas coach for the United States Tennis Association Boys and Girls 14's Zone Team Championships in 2012 and 2013.
Before the Austin Tennis Academy, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native, served as assistant coach for Texas Tech during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. The Red Raiders were nationally ranked in both seasons and finished with a combined 24-21 record.
"I have always wanted to get back into college coaching," Brooks said. "My dream has always been to be a college head coach. This position gave me the opportunity to fulfill that dream, while also staying at home in Austin. I love the team atmosphere. Competing and winning as a team is really what gets me motivated, as a player and as a coach."
Brooks was also a four-year letterwinner for Texas Tech where she compiled a career singles record of 61-58 and a doubles mark of 41-17, playing primarily at the number two and one positions, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Brooks still holds the school's career record for winning percentage in doubles play. Her sophomore season, she was the Big XII Conference winner at her positions in both singles and doubles. She was named preseason all-Big XII before her junior season and was team captain her junior and senior seasons. Brooks graduated from Texas Tech in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a minor in English and Spanish.
Brooks, the fourth coach in school history, takes over a Hilltopper squad that was 11-8 last season and finished the year ranked #31 in the Final ITA National Poll. The team made it to the Heartland Conference Tournament Championship before falling to #23 St. Mary's.
"My goal is to bring St. Edward's to the top of the Heartland Conference, and within a few years be competing with the top DII schools in the country, while putting ourselves in position to play postseason tennis each year," Brooks said.
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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach July 11, 2013


St. Edward's names Kendall ...

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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach

...
AUSTIN - St. Edward's University Athletic Director Debbie Taylor announced the hiring of Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Tennis Coach on Thursday.
...
Brooks comes to St. Edward's after serving as the Director of Junior Development and Academy Coach at the Austin Tennis Academy for the past seven years.
While at the Austin Tennis Academy, Brooks was also the coordinator for the Junior Tennis Team and the director of all women's programs. As the junior coach, she led the 18 and under team to national titles in 2009, 2011 and 2012. She also led the 14 and under team to a national championship in 2012. During her time, Brooks was named the Capitol Area Tennis Association Pro of the Year in 2010, as well as United States Tennis Professional Association's Texas Section Touring and National Touring Coach of the Year in 2011. Brooks was also the Team Texas coach for the United States Tennis Association Boys and Girls 14's Zone Team Championships in 2012 and 2013.
Before the Austin Tennis Academy, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native, served as assistant coach for Texas Tech during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons. The Red Raiders were nationally ranked in both seasons and finished with a combined 24-21 record.
"I have always wanted to get back into college coaching," Brooks said. "My dream has always been to be a college head coach. This position gave me the opportunity to fulfill that dream, while also staying at home in Austin. I love the team atmosphere. Competing and winning as a team is really what gets me motivated, as a player and as a coach."
Brooks was also a four-year letterwinner for Texas Tech where she compiled a career singles record of 61-58 and a doubles mark of 41-17, playing primarily at the number two and one positions, respectively, for the Red Raiders. Brooks still holds the school's career record for winning percentage in doubles play. Her sophomore season, she was the Big XII Conference winner at her positions in both singles and doubles. She was named preseason all-Big XII before her junior season and was team captain her junior and senior seasons. Brooks graduated from Texas Tech in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in Exercise and Sports Science, with a minor in English and Spanish.
Brooks, the fourth coach in school history, takes over a Hilltopper squad that was 11-8 last season and finished the year ranked #31 in the Final ITA National Poll. The team made it to the Heartland Conference Tournament Championship before falling to #23 St. Mary's.
"My goal is to bring St. Edward's to the top of the Heartland Conference, and within a few years be competing with the top DII schools in the country, while putting ourselves in position to play postseason tennis each year," Brooks said.
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St. Edward's names Kendall Brooks as Head Women's Coach July 11, 2013

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