ALLIANCE, Ohio – Mount Union has named Keith Kohmann head men's and women's tennis coach.
"This is a great opportunity to coach tennis at a place that values athletics and student-athletes, commented Kohmann. "I had a great experience here as an assistant coach and look forward being a part of the program again."
"Keith's experience both as a head coach and his time here at Mount Union were what really stood out among our pool of applicants," stated Mike Parnell, interim director of athletics. "We look forward to the future of our men's and women's tennis programs under his leadership."
Kohmann had spent four seasons as an assistant tennis coach for the Purple Raiders from 2012-15. Prior to that he won over 200 high school tennis matches as both the head boys (1998-2011) and head girls (2009-14) at Massillon Jackson High School in Massillon, Ohio.
In 2010, he led the Jackson girls tennis team to a Federal League title and earned Federal League and Stark County Coach of the Year honors. Also, in 2010, he was at the helm as the Jackson boys tennis team won the Federal League title and advanced to the OHSAA team tournament state semifinals for the first time in school history.
He holds a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and a master's degree from Ashland University.
He teaches engineering classes at Jackson High School and he and his wife Karen have a daughter Kelsey and a son Kaden.