Tom Hagedorn enters his 13th season as head coach of the University of San Diego men's tennis program. He sat out the 2007-2008 season as he continued to get stronger and healthier while recovering from his battle with leukemia.
Two seasons ago the Toreros finished 2nd at the WCC Championships and 11-12 overall with a final national Fila Ranking of 73rd. The Toreros schedule included fifteen ranked teams, and USD came up just short in four of those matches by scores of 4-3 (#11 UNC, #17 Rice, #17 Boise State, #60 Stanford). Hagedorn has an overall record of 141-103 in his eleven seasons at Alcalá Park.
Two years ago he coached the Toreros to their fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, and the program's 10th straight winning season under his direction. The Toreros finished 15-7 overall, placed 2nd at the WCC Championships, and finished ranked 37th in the nation. Notable wins came against No. 18 USC, No. 23 Texas Tech and No. 29 Boise State.
Three seasons ago, the Toreros advanced to the 2005 NCAA Tournament. Junior Pierrick Ysern was named the 2005 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis National runner-up. As a team, the Toreros finished 16-7 on the year.
In 2004, he guided the Toreros to its second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. In addition, he directed San Diego to its eighth-straight winning season, finishing at 13-8 and ranked 42nd in the nation. In 2003, the Toreros qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time under Hagedorn's watch. In 2003 and 2004, Pierrick Ysern earned a spot on the All-WCC Singles Team and in 2002, the No. 1 doubles team of Juan Cerda and Jason Pongsrikul advanced to the second round of the NCAA Doubles Championships.
Hagedorn came to USD via the University of Arizona where he was assistant coach under Bill Wright since 1988. During his tenure the UA Wildcats advanced to the NCAA Tournament twice (1995, 1996), with the 1996 team finishing 18-10 and ranked No. 23 in the nation by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA).
Prior to joining the Arizona coaching staff, Hagedorn played four years on the Wildcat tennis team (1984-87). As a player, he was ranked in the top-10 in the Southwest (1982, 1983). He graduated from the University of Arizona in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Marketing.
Besides his coaching duties, Hagedorn has been a member of the U.S. Professional Tennis Association for the past eleven years; has coached collegiate All-Americans and ATP Touring Professionals - the most notable being Jim Grabb who was No. 1 in the world in doubles in 1993 and No. 29 in singles; and was director of the Bill Wright Tennis Camp in Vail, Colorado from 1989-1996. For the second straight season, Hagedorn will be Region VIII's representative on the ITA Division I Operating Committee.
Tom and his wife, Melissa, reside in San Diego.
Toreros Participate in Linda Vista Parade
Toreros Participate in Linda Vista Parade
Men's Tennis senior Day
The Toreros host LMU and Pepperdine Saturday and Sunday
Softball WCC Preview
The Toreros host Saint Mary's Saturday and Sunday
2016 San Diego Crew Classic
The Toreros show speed against the nation's top crews
The Torero Baseball Experience
Kris Bryant & Brian Matusz reflect on their time at USD
MBB Senior Night
Jito Kok and Duda Sanadze prepare for the final home game
USD Baseball Season Preview
Season starts at No. 3 Vanderbilt February 19
USD Softball Season Preview
Season starts February 12
USD travels to No. 9 UCLA Friday
Toreros Host Kentucky Saturday
USD looks to defend home court against No. 22 Kentucky
Toreros Host Pepperdine & LMU
USD returns home after four-game road trip
Toreros Team Up with PYBL
Men's Basketball hosts annual clinic for Challenged Division
Men's Tennis 2016
USD opens at home vs UC Irvine and UCSD Saturday
Preview of USD women's basketball WCC opener vs. BYU.
City Championship Highlights
Relive the Toreros' Upset over SDSU at Petco Park
Toreros to Host Hope International
The 9-1 Toreros will host Hope International in their final game before WCC play
Toreros Stun Aztecs at Petco
Postgame reaction and press conferences
Toreros Return Home
USD will host Bethesda before Sunday's City Championship at Petco Park
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Pono Keni and Coach Lindsey talk about Saturday's Senior Day game against Butler
Coach Fisher and forward Maya Hood talk about Tuesday's home-opener against CSUN
Coach Smith and Brett Bailey preview the season opener at USC
Jonah Hodges and Dale Lindsey talk about Jonah's return and preview Davidson game
San Diego Fall Classic Preview
Coach Dagman previews the San Diego Fall Classic
USD's Women's Basketball team will start their season at Nevada this weekend
USD Men's Basketball - The Origins (1955-1973)
A Glance at the Beginnings of Torero Hoops
Coach Lindsey and Jeff Starr preview Campbell
Coach Lindsey and Jereke Armstrong talk about the season so far
WCC Media Day
Behind the scenes with Men's and Women's Basketball at WCC media day
Dale Lindsey and Anthony Lawrence on USD's 45-14 win
Anthony Lawrence and Coach Lindsey preview game vs. Warner
Torero Community Service
USD Athletics helps out at Father Joe's Village in downtown San Diego
Men's Basketball Camp Update
Kok and Carter talk about the upcoming season
Toreros host Bulldogs for Homecoming game
Toreros look for 4th straight win
Pack the Stadium Night
ITA All-American's Preview
Petronijevic, Angus, & Vittek Prepare
USD Looks to Extend Home Win Streak
Toreros First True Road Game of 2015
CSUN and UCSB Preview
Toreros Look to Extend Win Streak
Aztec Invite Recap
Both Squads Finish Second
Toreros Take on Cross-town Rival
Highlights from 45-21 win
2015 Home Opener
Previewing Western New Mexico
Volleyball Tournament Preview
A preview of the USD Tournament
Men's Soccer Season Opener
Previewing No. 16 Cal
Training Camp Update
Coach Lindsey Recaps the First Two Weeks
2015 WSOC Preview
A brief preview of the 2015 Toreros.