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Statement Regarding Women's Tennis

Statement Regarding Women's Tennis

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - - Belmont University women's tennis head coach Mark Srouji announced his resignation for personal reasons, Director of Athletics Scott Corley confirmed Friday.

Srouji was in his 21st year as head coach. One of only two head coaches in program history, Srouji navigated Belmont's transition into the Atlantic Sun Conference, and later the Ohio Valley Conference. Under his leadership, Belmont recorded five double-digit win seasons and earned the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team Award 13 of the last 16 years.

"I want to thank Mark for his years of service and dedication to Belmont University and our women's tennis program," Corley said. "Managing his responsibilities at Belmont and his role as Director of Tennis at Sequoia Swim & Tennis Club, Mark made a decision to seek greater work-life balance for his family. We appreciate his contributions to Belmont Athletics and wish him all the best moving forward."

Men's tennis head coach Mauricio Antun will oversee the women's tennis program during the fall season.