Mauricio Antun begins his second season as Head Men's Tennis Coach at Belmont.
“We are pleased to have Mauricio Antun as our head men’s tennis coach,” Belmont Athletics Director Scott Corley said. “Mauricio has made tremendous contributions to Belmont University, both as a student-athlete and coach. His youthful exuberance, passion for the game, and ability to instruct our student-athletes from the perspective of a top-level player are great assets for our program.”
Prior to serving as a coach, Antun was a member BU men’s tennis team from 2013-2015. During his decorated playing career, he posted a 37-23 singles record and a 42-15 doubles mark. He was named OVC Player of the Year in 2014 and earned All-OVC honors both in 2014 and 2015. Antun also helped lead the Bruins to two straight berths in the OVC Championship match.
He graduated from Belmont with a degree in Finance last December.
Before coming to Belmont, Antun spent two years competing at Virginia Tech, where he earned 27 singles wins and was named Rookie of the Year in 2012.
Antun resides in Nashville.