NCAA Womens Tennis

Kim Bruno Announced Mary Lewis as New Assistant Coach

Kim Bruno Announced Mary Lewis as New Assistant Coach

EAST LANSING, Mich.—Michigan State women’s tennis coach Kim Bruno announced the hiring of new assistant coach Mary Lewis.
“Mary’s hire will make an instant impact on our program,” said Bruno. “Not only was she one of the best players to play for MSU but one of the best in the Big Ten. She holds the team to the same standards of excellence; she is fiercely loyal to the Green and White and most importantly a good person that the players can rely on.”
Lewis returns to her alma mater (2018- 22) to serve under her former head coach Kim Bruno. “I’m excited to receive the opportunity to become the assistant coach,” said Lewis “I’m looking forward to contributing any way I can for the overall betterment of the team.”

  • Competing on the Professional Tour
  • Currently Ranked 1067 in WTA Singles Rankings
  • Currently Ranked 867 in WTA Doubles Rankings
  • Two-time All-Big Ten Selection
  • All-Big Ten Academic Team
  • Big Ten Sportsmanship Award
  • Two-time team captain
  • National Cissie Leary Award Winner
  • ITA Midwest Region Arthur Ashe Leadership & Sportsmanship Award Winner
  • ITA Scholar-Athlete
  • Academic Gala Honors

Lewis and the rest of the Spartans first competition is Friday, Sept. 29 through Sunday Oct. 1 in Ann Arbor for the Michigan Invitational.

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