Bruce Myers was named interim head women’s tennis coach for North Carolina A&T on December 5, 2013.
Myers brings previous experience from his alma mater Randolph-Macon College, where he was the first full-time tennis coach in school history for the men’s and women’s teams. Last season the women’s team posted a 10-7 overall record and a 5-6 mark in the ODAC. Under Myers, four players were named to All-ODAC teams in singles and doubles.
Before his stint at Randolph-Macon, Myers was an assistant coach for the women's team at Immaculata University. During his collegiate career he was a three-year captain and earned first-team All-ODAC honors in 1992 and ‘93 in singles.
Myers, a certified tennis professional by the USPTA, was ranked 15th in the United States in Men's 35 singles and participated in USTA local, sectional and national tournaments around the country.
In 2011, Myers finished the year ranked No. 1 in the USTA Philadelphia Section, No. 2 in the Middle State Section and No. 15 in the United States in Men's 35 singles. He has been selected to represent the Middle States in the Talbert Cup three times (2007, 2007 and 2011), and has been the training partner for WTA player Casey Robinson.
He collected victories at the 2012 Sportime Randalls Island February Adult Championship, 2011 Courtside Adult Classic, 2011 Royal Sims Tennis Classic, 2011 Friends of Chamounix Summer Classic and the 2011 Straub Brewery Clay Court Championship.
Myers received a bachelor’s of arts degree in business economics from Randolph Macon. He and his wife Samantha have three sons, Joel, Brett and Xavier and three step sons, Evan and Ben.