Peter Smith is the men’s head tennis coach at the University of Southern California (USC). Smith guided the Trojans to the 2010 NCAA Men’s Championship with a victory of #2 seed Tennessee. USC finished the season with a 25-3 overall record as the Trojans won their first back-to-back NCAA titles since 1993-1994. Overall, the 2010 title marks USC’s 18th all-time NCAA men’s tennis championship, making the Trojans the all-time leader in such team victories. Here is your chance to learn the drills Peter Smith utilizes at USC:
Peter Smith, USC’s Men’s Tennis Coach, has led the Trojans to a #1 ranking in the latest ITA Men’s Tennis Division I Rankings. USC is 9-1 in match play and have upcoming matches against Pepperdine, San Diego State, California, Stanford, and UCLA.
Peter Smith, USC Men’s Tennis Coach, guided the Trojans to the 2009 NCAA Championship with a 4-1 victory over Ohio State. The championship is the first for Smith, who tallied his 400th career victory in the Trojans’ quarterfinal victory. USC now has 17 NCAA team titles all-time.