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John Boetsch Named Clemson Men’s Tennis Assistant Coach

John Boetsch Named Clemson Men’s Tennis Assistant Coach

Aug. 19, 2008

CLEMSON, SCJohn Boetsch was named a Men’s Tennis Assistant Coach at Clemson as announced by Tiger Head Coach Chuck McCuen Tuesday.

Boetsch comes to Clemson from Louisville, where he spent one season as an assistant with the Cardinals.

“John, is one of the most positive and passionate young coaches in college coaching today,” said McCuen. “Not only that, he is a Clemson Man whose blood runs orange! It is a privilege to have such a person on our staff. I look forward to working with John for many years to come.”

Boetsch is not a stranger to the Clemson program as he is a 2004 graduate of Clemson University and was a two-time co-captain. Boetsch helped lead the Tigers to the NCAA quarterfinals in 2004. As a junior, Boetsch was an All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team member.

Boetsch spent the first two years of his college career at Erskine College in Due West, S.C., where he was a team co-captain in 2002 and garnered all-Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference honors in 2001 and 2002. The Fort Mill, S.C. native earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing from Clemson in 2004.

He received his USPTR professional certification in 2006. Boetsch was a staff professional at the Charlotte Tennis Academy, an assistant professional at the Barclay Downs Swim and Racquet Club and the head tennis professional at the Palmetto Tennis Center.

“My family and I are very happy to be back at Clemson University and look forward to the challenges and excitement this time will bring,” said Boetsch.

Boetsch and his wife, Catherine, married in January, 2006, have an infant son, Anderson.

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