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Apr 22, 2020

Thank You, Nancy

Career TimelinePhoto GalleryBy The Numbers

For all the smiles, hugs, high-fives, Final Fours, team talks, laughs, Sweet 16s, pre-match chants and all of your contributions to Clemson Athletics, we thank you, Nancy, and wish you the best of luck in retirement.

Career Time Line

1989 – Harris is named Head Women’s Tennis Coach at Auburn Montgomery

1992 – Auburn Montgomery wins the NAIA Women’s Tennis National Championship

1992 – Harris earns NAIA Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year

1994 – Harris takes on the role of Head Men’s Tennis Coach at Auburn Montgomery

1995 – Harris wins the NAIA Men’s Tennis National Championship

1995 – Harris is named NAIA Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year

1996 – Auburn Montgomery men’s tennis earns its second-straight NAIA National Title

1997 – Harris is named NAIA Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year

1997 – Harris joins the staff at Clemson after nine seasons at Auburn Montgomery

1998 – Clemson advances to NCAA Tournament in Harris’ first season as head coach

2000 – Clemson earns its first top-25 ranking in three years

2002 – Julie Coin wins the ITA Southeast Regional Championship, just the third Tiger to earn the honor

2004 – Clemson claims its first ACC Championship under Harris

2004 – Julie Coin is named ACC Player of the Year

2004 – Clemson makes it to the NCAA Final Four for the first time in program history

2005 – The Tigers open the preseason with its highest-ever program ranking at No. 3

2005 – Harris earns her 100th career victory in a 4-3 win over No. 18 Harvard

2005 – The Tigers earn their second final four appearance at the NCAA Tournament in back-to-back seasons

2007 – Ani Mijacika is named ACC Freshman of the Year and Southeast Region Rookie of the Year, becoming the first Tiger to earn both honors

2007 – Clemson makes the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament, beginning a five-year run

2008 – Ani Mijacka becomes the first Clemson tennis player, men’s or women’s, to achieve a No. 1 ranking in singles

2008 – Clemson wins its second ACC Championship under Harris

2008 – Former ACC Player of the Year and All-American Julie Coin defeats World No. 1 Ana Ivanovic at the U.S. Open in her first-career Grand Slam

2009 – Ani Mijacika is named ACC Women’s Tennis Player of the Year

2011 – Josipa Bek and Keri Wong earn a No. 1 doubles ranking

2012 – Harris earns her 250th victory of her career with a 6-1 win over No. 13 Virginia

2013 – Harris becomes the program’s all-time winningest coach in the season opener against Tulsa

2013 – Clemson makes the Sweet Sixteen, beginning a three-year run

2013 – Harris is named ITA Carolina Region Coach of the Year

2014 – Clemson defeats No. 1 Duke in the regular season, marking the program’s first victory over a No. 1-ranked opponent

2014 – Harris earns ACC Coach of the Year honors

2014 – Jessie Rompies and Beatrice Gumulya defeat Davidson and Zhao of Stanford to claim the ITA All-American Doubles Championship

2016 – Ayan Broomfield is named ACC Freshman of the Year

2018 – Marie-Alexandre Leduc and Fernanda Navarro earn the ITA Fall Doubles Championship

2020 – Harris finishes the 2020 season, and her career, with a 7-0 victory over Troy

By The Numbers


23 seasons as Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Record: 371-224, 154-89 ACC

ACC Coach of the Year (2014)

ITA Carolina Region Coach of the Year (2013)

2 ACC Championships (2004, 2008)

2 ACC Players of the Year (Julie Coin, 2004; Ani Mijacika, 2009)

2 ACC Freshmen of the Year (Ani Mijacika, 2007; Ayan Broomfield, 2016)

18 All-America Selections

11 All Americans

2 NCAA Final Four appearances (2004, 2005)

10 NCAA Sweet-Sixteen appearances (2004-05, 2007-11, 2013-15)

19 NCAA Tournament appearances (Including 17-straight from 2002-18)

76 wins over top-25 ranked opponents, the most in Clemson women’s tennis history

3rd all-time in conference wins in ACC Women’s Tennis history

Winningest female coach in ACC Women’s Tennis history

Winningest head coach in Clemson Women’s Tennis history


Nine Seasons as Women’s Tennis Head Coach; Four seasons as Men’s Tennis Head Coach

Record: 187-32

53 All-American Selections (36 women, 17 men)

31 All-Americans (18 women, 13 men)

ITA/Wilson Coach of the Year (1997)

2 NAIA Men’s Tennis National Championships (1995, 1996)

1 NAIA Women’s Tennis National Championship (1992)

10 Conference/Regional Championships (7 women, 3 men)

Career Totals

32 seasons as Head Coach

Record: 558-265 overall

71 All-America Selections

42 All-Americans

3 National Titles