|Title:||Head Women's Tennis Coach|
Coach Jeremy Loomis enters his 11th season at Swarthmore College, committed to the continued national prominence of the women's tennis team. Under his watch, Swarthmore has attained its highest national ranking (No. 14), won three Centennial Conference Championships, earned seven All-America distinctions, and reached the NCAA Division III Championships five times.
As a collegiate player at the University of Maryland, Loomis played #1 singles and #1 doubles and after graduation, competed on the professional tour where he earned a world ranking in doubles. He started his coaching career in Jakarta, Indonesia where he was part of the staff that trained the Indonesian Junior National Team and several Indonesian Federation Cup and Davis Cup players.
When he returned to the United States, Loomis earned a master's degree in Exercise Science from Miami (Ohio) University and was the assistant coach for the men's tennis team that won consecutive MAC conference championships. He then took the helm at his alma mater, coaching the men's tennis team and assist with the women's team. While attending to the coaching duties, Loomis earned an M.B.A. from R.H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.
Before coming to Swarthmore, Loomis spent a year in Durham, N.C., assisting the Duke University women's tennis team and helping them achieve a No. 6 national ranking.