Mait DuBois Joins Women's Tennis Staff

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Oct. 9, 2003

CHARLOTTESVILLE - Virginia women's tennis head coach Phil Rogers has announced that Mait DuBois has joined the program as an assistant coach. DuBois comes to Virginia from Charleston Southern where he served as head coach of both the Buccaneer men's and women's tennis programs the last two seasons.

"I am extremely excited to have Mait be a part of our program,' states Rogers. "His experience as a head coach will be a tremendous asset for us. He is one of the best young coaches in the country and does a great job both coaching on the court and recruiting."

Under DuBois' direction, the Charleston Southern tennis programs had tremendous success. The men's tennis program had a 35-11 record in 2002 and 2003 and reached the NCAA Tournament in both seasons. In the spring of 2002, he led the Buccaneers to a No. 60 national ranking, the highest in school history. He also coached the first two individuals in school history to earn top 100 singles rankings. In 2003, DuBois coached the No. 1 women's doubles team to a No. 45 national ranking and coached CSU freshman Barbara Orlay, the Big South Player and Freshman of the Year. While an assistant coach at Charleston Southern, the men's tennis team won four Big South championships and made three NCAA Tournament appearances

DuBois was a standout on the court for Charleston Southern from 1992-96. A four-year letterwinner, he served as team captain in 1995 and 1996. In 1996, he was named team MVP as they won the Big South title. DuBois earned his degree in Business Administration and Economics from Charleston Southern in 1996 and his Masters of Business Administration from CSU in 1999.