David Nass

last updated 4/12/2018

David J. Nass

Instructor and Tennis Coach at North Carolina Central University

700 Cecil Street, Durham, North Carolina, United States
HQ Phone:
(919) 530-6100

General Information


Director of Tennis - Stevens Point Country Club

General Manager - Chapel Hill Tennis Club


bachelor of science degree - History and Sociology , University of Wisconsin

master's degree - Recreation Administration , University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

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North Carolina Central University - Staff Directory

David Nass
Head Coach, Women's Tennis dnass@nccu.edu (919) 530-6162

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David Nass
North Carolina Central University - Staff Directory North Carolina Central University David Nass David Nass Head Coach, Women's Tennis Phone: (919) 530-6162 Email: dnass@nccu.edu David Nass, the Head Women's Tennis Coach at North Carolina Central University, boasts 20 years of tennis instructing and coaching experience to his credit. Nass served as head coach for both men's and women's tennis programs from 1997-2006. In 1998, Nass was selected as the CIAA Tennis Coach of the Year, after guiding the men's tennis team to its first conference championship in 24 years. A native of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Nass began his tennis instructing and coaching career as the Director of Tennis at the Stevens Point (WI) Country Club from 1978 to 1982. In 1979, he was selected the Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach at the University of Wisconsin (Stevens Point, WI), where he served a seven-year tenure, earning the Wisconsin Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Conference "Coach of the Year" Award in 1984. As a tennis player, Nass won a Wisconsin State Open Doubles Championship in 1985, earned a Wisconsin state ranking in 1985 and 1986, and finished as a finalist in 31 tennis tournaments from 1978 to 1988. Nass graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1972, with a bachelor of science degree in History and Sociology. He received a certificate in Management of Tax Exempt Organizations from Duke University in 1990, and earned a master's degree in Recreation Administration from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 1991. From 1991-97, Nass served as general manager with the Chapel Hill Tennis Club in Carrboro, NC, leaving his post to return to college coaching. During his management tenure, the club's membership grew to become the largest in the state among tennis clubs and the volume of event programming made it one of the most active tennis clubs in the eastern United States. Aside from tennis, Nass has competitive experience in seven sports.

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