Women's Tennis Welcomes New Assistant Coach Josh Goffi

Dec. 7, 2006

TEMPE, Ariz. -The Arizona State Women's Tennis team is proud to announce former pro-player and Clemson graduate, Josh Goffi as the new Assistant Coach under Sheila McInerney to help lead the Sun Devils in the upcoming 2006-07 season.

Goffi was a four-year letter winner on the men's tennis team at ClemsonUniversity in South Carolina from 1998-2001.  While at Clemson, Goffi earned All-ACC First Team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior.  During his career at Clemson, Goffi was ranked among the top 10 NCAA players in singles (#9) and doubles (#2) while captaining the team in both 2000 and 2001.

As a professional, Goffi won the Masters singles events in the Sardinia, Italy Satellite and the USTA Sprint Futures in Elkin, NC.  He won 18 doubles titles, including three Challengers during his career.  As a participant on the ATP Tour, Goffi had singles wins over six players in the top 100 and doubles wins over three players in the top 10 in the world. 


Born January 24, 1979, Goffi comes from a coaching family.  His father (Carlos) was the World Coach of the Year in 1991 while coaching several ATP touring professionals.  Josh now resides in Scottsdale, Ariz. where he was the co-director of American Tournament Tennis, a full time, live-in tennis academy.  He received his bachelor's degree in finance from ClemsonUniversity in 2001. 


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