Roland Ingram

Roland  Ingram

Head Coach

  • Ingram's Career at a Glance

    Roland Ingram is in his 19th season as head women?s coach at TCU. The only full-time coach of the Horned Frogs in the program?s history, Ingram has compiled a 307-150 overall record in his previous 18 campaigns, for a winning percentage of .671. Fifreen of his 18 Horned Frog squads have posted winning records, with ten of his teams positing 17 or more win seasons.

    A native of Harlingen, Texas, Ingram guided TCU to the 1991 Southwest Conference women?s tennis title, and his teams finished among the league?s top four clubs on eight occasions in 13 years. In five years as members of the Western Athletic Conference, Ingram?s clubs have grabbed a pair of firsts (2000 and 2001), a third and two fifth place finishes.

    Ingram has earned personal acclaim as he was named Southwest Conference Coach of the Year in 1986 and 1991 and more recently, named WAC Coach of the Year in the back-to-back seasons of 2000 and 2001. Ingram has had six teams ranked among the nation?s top 25 programs, with eight of his squads being listed among the country?s top 50 teams. In his 18 seasons, Ingram has produced 20 conference champions. Four of his Horned Frogs earned All-America honors: Rene Simpson and Tory Plunkett in 1988 and Lucie Dvorakova and Daria Zoldakova in 2000. A coach in several U.S. Olympic Festivals, six of Ingram?s players earned medals in the 1990 competition. Inducted into the Texas Tennis Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1995, Ingram has led the Horned Frogs into the NCAA Regionals on five occasions (1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001).

    Ingram began his coaching career in 1966 at Amarillo High School. He left Amarillo in 1974, taking over the head coaching duties at Midland Junior College. In 1974, his Midland squad captured the NJCAA National Championship while also winning the national singles and doubles competitions. Before coming to TCU, Ingram served as head tennis professional at Colonial Country Club for seven years.

    As a college player at Schreiner College in Kerrville, Texas, Ingram was both the single and doubles national champion at the 1961 Junior College Championships. He completed his college years at North Texas, earning both his bachelor?s and master?s (1966) degrees in Denton.

    Married to the former Joanna Burkett of Fort Worth, the couple has two children, daughter Katrina and son Roland, Jr. They are also proud grandparents to grandson Christian, son of Roland, Jr. and wife Debbie.

    Roland Ingram?s Career at TCU

    YearRecord (Conf. - Post Season)Winning Pct.Rank
    200121-4 (1st - NCAA).84022
    200021-5 (1st - NCAA).80824
    199911-8 (3rd).57951
    199817-7 (5th - NCAA).70831
    199717-8 (5th - NCAA).68044
    199615-10 (T6th - NCAA).600---
    19959-12 (T6th).429---
    19944-16 (T6th).200---
    199313-7 (2nd).650---
    199213-8 (2nd).619---
    199122-7 (T5th).75924
    199013-15 (T5th).464---
    198917-9 (4th).654---
    198812-11 (T3rd).52223
    198719-7 (2nd).73122
    198624-6 (T4th).80025
    198529-6 (6th).829---
    198430-4 (3rd).882---

    Coach of the Year
    1986: Southwest Conference
    1991: Southwest Conference
    2000: Western Athletic Conference
    2001: Western Athletic Conference

    Ingram?s Conference Championships
    1991: Southwest Conference
    2000: Western Athletic Conference
    2001: Western Athletic Conference

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