Texas A&M '07
Assistant Coach | 2nd Season
Sarah Gray begins her second season as assistant coach for the TCU women's tennis team and her first under head coach Dave Borelli.
Gray, a former collegiate tennis standout at Kentucky and Texas A&M, and Borelli will lead a Horned Frogs squad that has advanced to the NCAA Championships each of the past seven seasons.
Formerly Sarah Foster, the Lexington, Ky., native spent her first two collegiate seasons at the University of Kentucky, earning ITA doubles All-American recognition in 2005. She also helped to lead the Wildcats to its first-ever SEC Championship and NCAA Elite Eight finish. Gray picked up SEC Freshman of the Year and ITA Southeast Region Rookie of the Year honors.
After transferring to College Station in 2006, Gray's success followed by earning Big 12 Newcomer of the Year accolades. She enjoyed a 20-15 singles ledger in her first year as an Aggie, while also donating a 23-15 record in doubles to qualify for the NCAA Doubles Championships alongside partner Tifffany Clifford. In her senior campaign, Gray earned All-Big 12 honors and collected the Aggie Spirit Award. She returned to the NCAA Doubles Championships with Clifford in 2006, totaling a 23-11 doubles clip for the year.
After graduating from Texas A&M with a bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in communications, Gray went on to play professionally on the WTA circuit in 2008 and traveled to France to compete for T.C. Vignes until June 2009. Gray also has coaching experience from her time as a teaching pro for the Bluegrass Tennis Club in Lexington, Ky.