The Hoyas will begin fall play in September
Pottish was the graduate assistant coach at Emory University with the men's program from 2013-15. With his help, the Eagles advanced to the NCAA Division III quarterfinals for in both seasons and he also had players appear in the NCAA D-III Singles Championship.
Pottish was the NCAA D-III National Champion in 2012 and the national runner-up in 2011. In 2012, he led the men's team to its third NCAA D-III National Championship in school history with an undefeated 25-0 record.
In his career, Pottish was ranked No. 1 in the country as a sophomore, junior, and senior. He was the ITA National Player of the Year for 2012, and his .874 winning percentage (97-14) is the best in program history.
Following his intercollegiate career, Pottish competed on the ATP World Tour for two years as well as playing club tennis in Germany and Switzerland.
Pottish grew up on Long Island, N.Y., where he was ranked in the top five in the Eastern Section. He competed for Westhampton Beach High School where he was a finalist for the New York State High School Championship. Pottish was also a two-time Suffolk County Champion.
Pottish graduated from Emory University in 2012 and earned a master's of science in sports administration from Georgia State University in 2015.