Jeffery Kutac enters his second season as assistant coach at TCU after serving as Monmouth University's director of tennis and men's tennis head coach since August of 2004.
As an assistant, Kutac's coaching experience includes working with the women's teams at Georgia Tech and Clemson University.
Kutac served as a player development coach at the Baskin Tennis Academy in Atlanta, Ga., where both Robbie Ginepri and Brian Vahaly, top 100 ATP?players, were developed.
Kutac also served as head coach at DePaul University, developing Conference USA Singles Player of the Year, Jevgenij Cariov.
Other coaching positions for Kutac included serving as the director of tennis for The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Fla., and the director of tennis and head tennis professional at the Martin Downs Country Club in Palm City, Fla. Kutac also held the position of men's head coach at Florida Southern College.
Kutac has also taken part in various summer camps. From 1985-1990, Kutac served as the head counselor at the Adidas-Allen Fox Tennis/U.S. Sports Development Camp in Malibu, Calif.
Kutac also served as the head counselor in 1993 at the Rice-Adidas Tennis/U.S. Sports Development Camp in Houston, Texas. Kutac held the position of assistant director from 1994-96 at the Total Tennis Training Camp in Clemson, S.C.
A native of Fort Worth, Kutac received his undergraduate degree of political science from Stephen F. Austin University, and a master of education, counseling and guidance services from Clemson University.