Rich Bausch is in his 26th year with the Hoya tennis program, coaching both the men's and women's programs for his entire tenure. In his career at Georgetown, the program has produced one men's BIG EAST Conference Team Champion (1989-90), eight BIG EAST Individual Tournament Champions, and thirty Academic All-Americans since 1987.
In addition to Bausch's success on the court, he was the President of the BIG EAST Tennis Coaches Association form 1987-95. He was also the recipient f the 1990 HOYAS Unlimited Coaching Achievement Award.
Bausch was a varsity tennis player for four years at Catholic University, and he recieved a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Catholic in 1979. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in liberal studies from Georgetown.
Until 2001 Bausch not only coached the Hoya tennis teams, but he also served as the director of Racquet Sports and head tennis professional at Yates Field House. He also annually organizes a year-round program for 10.000 community members and was the Pro Shop manager between 1980-2001.
Aside from tennis, Rich enjoys running, music, home imprivement, and reading.
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