CLEMSON, S.C. – Chuck McCuen, Director of Tennis Operations and Head Coach at Clemson from 2009-2016, has been inducted into Georgia State University’s Hall of Fame.
McCuen led the Georgia State men’s tennis program for 19 years, accumulating TAAC/A-Sun Coach of the Year five times. In addition, he guided the Panthers to three NCAA Tournament appearances and five conference titles while mentoring 14 student-athletes to all-conference selections.
During his time at Clemson, McCuen picked up 109 wins and led the Tigers to back-to-back NCAA tournament appearances in 2013 and 2014. Three players earned All-America honors four times during McCuen’s tenure as head coach, including Hunter Harrington and Dominique Maden, who reached the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships in 2014.
Chuck is also known for giving back to others, which is apparent in him starting the Wheelchair Tennis programs at both Georgia State and Clemson.
“I want to congratulate Chuck on being inducted into Georgia State’s Hall of Fame,” said Head Coach Robbie Weiss. “It is a fantastic honor and so well deserved. Chuck is the most selfless person I have ever met, and the players that had the privilege of playing for him were very lucky. I am grateful for the wisdom I have gained through our interactions. Well done, Coach!”
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