Greg Shedd
Greg Shedd
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 240-895-3510
Email: glshedd@smcm.edu
Year: Fourth Season
Hometown: Middletown, Md.
Previous College: Frostburg State '09

Greg Shedd returned to lead the Seahawk men's and women's tennis programs once again in August 2018. Shedd first stepped on the St. Mary's campus as an assistant coach for the 2012-13 season before taking over the head coaching role the following season, a position he held for two seasons.

COACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Head Coach, St. Mary's College of Maryland (2013-2015, 2018-present)
  • Head Coach, Chelsea Academy (2015-2018) - Varsity boys basketball and varsity tennis
  • Assistant CoachSt. Mary's College of Maryland (2012-2013)
  • Head CoachChopticon High School (2009-2013) - Varsity volleyball, varsity tennis, and junior varsity girls basketball
  • Assistant CoachChopticon High School (2009-2013) - Varsity girls basketball
  • Program Director/InstructorCity of Frederick (2003-2009) - Directed USTA Junior Team, leading them to a second-place finish at the Maryland state tournament and the Sportsmanship Award

EDUCATION

  • Pursuing a master's in Educational Leadership and Human Resource Development at Towson University
  • B.S., Biology with Secondary Teaching Certification, Frostburg State University (2009)

AT ST. MARY'S

  • 15-30 (.333) career record in three seasons
  • Two CAC Tournament appearances

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

  • One All-CAC selection
  • One St. Mary's Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2013-14)
  • 10 student-athletes named to CAC All-Academic Team (through 2014-15)
  • One CAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2013-14)
  • Six student-athletes named as an ITA Division III Scholar-Athlete (through 2014-15)
  • One ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award for Atlantic South Region - Andrew Gear (2014)
  • One CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team selection (2014)
  • One CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team selection (2014)

PLAYING CAREER

  • No. 1 singles and doubles player at Frostburg State University
  • Led Bobcats to 2007 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Team Championship
  • Four-time All-AMCC selection in doubles play, including first team nods in 2006 (No. 2 doubles) and 2008 (No. 1 doubles)
  • Three-time second team All-AMCC awards in singles action
  • Finished with a combined 86 career victories
  • Owns a national tennis rating program ranking of 4.5

PERSONAL

  • Lives in California with wife, Justine, and daughters, Olivia and Evangelina
Season Overall Conference Postseason Milestone Victories
2013-14 6-9 3-3 CAC Tournament Semifinals 1st win (8-1 at Goucher, 3/9/14)
2014-15 4-9 2-5    
2018-19 5-12 3-4 CAC Tournament First Round  
Totals 15-30 8-12