Jamie Gresh
Jamie Gresh
College: Penn State '02
Position: Assistant Coach
Years at Brown: 3rd Year
Jamie Gresh, a native of Barrington, Rhode Island enters his third season as the assistant coach for the Brown men's tennis team. In his first year at Brown, Gresh helped the team win its second consecutive Ivy League Title, which earned them a berth in the NCAA Championships. Brown was ranked as high as #41 in the country. In his second year, he coached the doubles team of Dan Hanegby and Saurabh Kohli to an NCAA Championship appearance. He has helped to coach 10 All-Ivy League selections.

Gresh came to Brown following a two year stint on the pro circuit. He played in the ATP Newport, Rhode Island Tournament (2001, 2004, and 2005), while earning a ranking of #1004 during the 2004 season. In addition to continuing his playing career, Gresh served as the assistant coach at Assumption College from 2003-2005. Prior to coaching at Assumption College, Gresh worked as a Teaching Professional at the Agawam Hunt Club from 2002-2003.

During the summer, Jamie is the camp director at the Moses Brown Tennis Camp in Providence, Rhode Island. He works extensively with the Jay Harris Tennis Academy throughout June and July.

A 2002 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, Gresh was a four-year letter winner for the Nittany Lions. He captained the team his junior and senior seasons, leading the team to a #48 national ranking. He was consistently ranked in the top-100 during both of these seasons, while earning All-Big Ten Conference Honors in 2001 and 2002. The recipient of the Holmes Cathrall Coach's Award in 2001, he was an NCAA Tournament qualifier in 2001 and 2002.