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Peter Daub
Position: Head Coach
Experience: 21 Years
Phone: (757) 221-3383
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Peter Daub
Release: 06/20/2013
At W&M 
• Retired for W&M in June of 2015 after 22 years as the Tribe's head coach

• Three-time Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year (1999, 2001, 2010)

• Guided the Tribe to CAA Championships in both 2005 and in 2015

• Led the Tribe to four NCAA Tournament appearances (1999, 2005, 2007, 2015)

• Guided the Tribe to 11 seasons of 15-plus victories

• Daub-coached players have earned 77 All-CAA honors (46 singles/31 doubles)

• Won his 500th career match with the Tribe's 4-3 win over James Madison (3/30/13)  

• Notched his 300th win at W&M in the Tribe's dominating 6-1 win over UTSA (2/23/14), coached by former Tribe standout Jeff Kader

• One of six head coaches in the history of W&M Athletics to register over 300 victories at the institution

• Produced nine NCAA Individual Championship participants since 2001, including five doubles team and four singles players

• Since 2003-04, W&M produced perfect 1,000 single-year APRs on nine occasions, including garnering four NCAA Public Recognition Awards (2004-05, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14)

• A total of 31 Daub-coached players have earned ITA Scholar-Athlete awards and four teams (2010, 2012, 2013 and 2014) earned ITA Team Scholar-Athlete accolades

• Won 16 or more matches in six of the last nine seasons, including four straight seasons from 2007-10 and in each of the last two years (2014 and 2015)

• Led the Tribe to the program's first No. 1 seed in the CAA Tournament during the 2010 campaign as the College went a perfect 4-0 during the regular season against league competition 

• The College won a school-record tying 20 dual-match in 2010 and had an eight-match winning streak during the year, the longest at W&M in over 30 years 

• Led W&M to its highest ITA National Ranking in school history at No. 31 in 2007 

• The Tribe set a school record with six All-CAA honors in 2009 and bettered the mark a year later with seven all-league honorees, including five of the nine first-team spots between singles and doubles 

• W&M earned its second at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament under Daub in 2007 

• Career coaching record stands at 520-382 (men’s and women’s combined)

• Won 200th match at W&M with a 7-0 sweep of George Washington (3/9/07) 

• Claimed his 400th career win with a 4-3 win over Georgia State (4/9/06) 

• 2005 USTA/Virginia College Coach of the Year 

• 2006 USTPA Mid-Atlantic College Coach of the Year 

• In 2004, W&M upset Tennessee on the road, 4-3, in its first win over a top-10 SEC team in more than 30 years. W&M also stunned VCU, handing the seventh-ranked Rams its first loss ever in CAA play, as W&M earned another win over a top-10 foe

• Coached a singles player to the NCAA Championships on three occasions and a doubles team to the NCAA Championships five times

• Saw both a singles player and a doubles team compete at the NCAA Championships in 2008, marking the first time it occurred at the W&M in over 60 years 

• Saw Jeff Kader (singles) in 2003 and Alex Cojanu and Colin O’Brien (doubles) in 2006 become the first W&M players to compete in the ITA National Indoor Championships 

• Coached two CAA Players of the Year, a ITA Atlantic Region Arthur Ashe, Jr. Award winner for Sportsmanship and Leadership, a National Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award nominee, four CAA Rookies of the Year, an ITA Mideast Region Doubles Championship team, an ITA Atlantic Region Singles Champion and two CAA Tournament MVPs

• Slogan of “Wild and Crazy Doubles” revolves around constant movement and motion in a very aggressive, structured atmosphere 

• Mid-Atlantic Boys 18’s Section Head Coach at the 2008, 2009 and 2010 National Team Championships 

• In 1995, coached the United States to a gold medal at the World University Games in Japan

College Coaching Prior to W&M 
• As Georgia’s assistant coach, helped the Bulldogs achieve No. 4 and No. 2 national rankings and compete in the NCAA finals in 1993

• Coached at Redlands College for two seasons 

• The men’s head coach at Temple from 1982 through 1989, he also led the women’s team from 1985 to 1989 

• His players at Temple on the combined teams won the “Highest Student-Athlete GPA Award” for averaging over a 3.0 GPA for eight semesters. 

Professional Coaching Prior to W&M 
• Coached professionals at Wimbledon, Australian Open and U.S. Open 

• Coached a pair of doubles teams to the round of 16 at Wimbledon 

• A featured speaker at various events, including the USTA and USPTA national conventions and the ITA Coaches Convention 

• At the 1997 and 2000 U.S. Opens, gave clinics at the USTA Tennis Teachers Conference 

• Served as the coach of the Mid-Atlantic section at the Junior Davis Cup 

As a Player 
• Played professionally, winning titles in Australia and New Zealand 

• First tennis player to be inducted into the Findlay College Athletic Hall of Fame 

• Earned master’s degree in education (sports administration) at Temple University 

• A graduate of Findlay College in 1970 

• Lives in Williamsburg with his wife Ruth, a former Scottish International

• Has a daughter, Kate, who played volleyball and tennis collegiately at UVA-Wise and son, Doug, who won the 2000 high school state doubles title, and played tennnis at VCU.
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