CAMI HUBBS NAMED HEAD WOMEN’S TENNIS COACH

Athletics News

Aug 11, 2017

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento State Director of Athletics Mark Orr announced the hiring of Cami Hubbs as the new head women’s tennis coach. Hubbs, most recently an assistant coach at Cal Poly, takes over a Hornet program that went 9-17 overall and 7-4 in the Big Sky Conference last year.”We are extremely excited to bring Cami aboard,” Orr said. “She has very good experience as both a player and coach. She was one of the greatest all-time prep players, had a successful playing career at Ohio State, and had coaching stops at Dayton, Illinois State, College of Saint Mary’s and Cal Poly. Cami has some familiarity with the West Coast having coached at Cal Poly, and she has been around coaching her entire life as her father was a longtime successful Div. I head coach.”Hubbs, who played four seasons at Ohio State, has six years of collegiate coaching experience, most recently as an assistant at Cal Poly. During her two seasons at Cal Poly (2016, 2017), she had her finger prints on recruiting, on-court coaching, training, drill instruction, academics, scheduling, travel and equipment.”I am extremely honored and very excited to be the next head coach at Sacramento State,” Hubbs said. “I would like to thank Director of Athletics Mark Orr, Associate Athletics Director/SWA Lois Mattice and the entire search committee for the opportunity to lead the Hornet women’s tennis program into a new era. I look forward to working closely with our student-athletes, the superb athletics department and the Sacramento community.”This past season, Cal Poly had three of its players earn Big West all-conference accolades, two of which were freshmen Hubbs helped recruit. During her two seasons with the Mustangs, she coached a combined five all-conference selections. In addition, the Mustangs complied a 3.535 team grade point average while earning the all-academic team award from the Intercollegiate …

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