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Jon Neeter Named Assistant Men's Tennis Coach At Duke

By Art Chase
Posted Tuesday, January 13, 2004

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Durham, N.C. -- Jon Neeter has been named an assistant men's tennis coach at Duke University, announced on Tuesday by Blue Devil head coach Jay Lapidus. Neeter replaces Dave Hagymas, who resigned after 10 years on the post to accept a private coaching position in Pittsburgh, Pa.

Neeter joins the Blue Devil staff after serving as a part-time assistant coach at Maryland for two seasons (2002-03), where he helped the Terrapins to their best seasons in 10 years on the courts.

As a private instructor, Neeter trained and travelled with numerous sectionally and nationally ranked junior players, training individuals with rankings as high as top 10 nationally and in the world. Neeter has worked with numerous professional players travelling the United States Tennis Association's futures and challenger circuits.

A member of the United States Tennis Association's High Performance Coaching Program, Neeter worked as an assistant director at the Tournament Tough Training Academy in Florida under legendary coach Carlos Goffi for four years (1998-01).

Born October 9, 1977, and a native of Old Tappan, N.J., Neeter graduated from Northern Valley Regional High School in 1996. He then played tennis at Maryland, graduating in 2001 with a individualized major in sports marketing and management.

Duke is coming off last year's 22-6 campaign that included the program's 10th ACC championship in the past 13 years along with its 12th consecutive berth in the NCAA Tournament.

 
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