Chris Eilerman enters his fifth season as the head women’s tennis coach at Thomas More College after serving as an assistant coach for the previous two seasons.
In his first season (2013), Eilerman guided the Saints to a 6-8 overall record, including a 3-6 mark in the PAC. Thomas More finished seventh as the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Championships.
In 2014, the Saints finished the season with a 5-7 overall record and a 3-5 record in the PAC. The Saints finished seventh at the PAC Championships.
In 2015, Thomas More finished fifth at the PAC Championship after posting an 11-7 regular season record, including a 3-5 mark against PAC opponents.
During the 2016 campaing, Eilerman led the Saints to an 11-4 record and a 4-4 mark in the PAC regular season. Thomas More finished fourth at the PAC Championship and first-year Brooke Warden was named PAC Player of the Year after winning first singles at the championship.
A Thomas More alum, Eilerman earned his undergraduate degree in Accounting with an Associates degree in Business in 1995. As a four year starter for the Saints tennis team, he earned First Team All-Conference designation all four years, in addition to being a two time Most Valuable Player and team captain. During his college career, he earned three conference singles and four conference doubles titles culminating with his induction into the Thomas More College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012.
As a teaching professional, Coach Eilerman is USPTR certified and is employed as a tennis professional at Five Seasons Sports Club in Crestview Hills, Kentucky. In addition, he also currently serves as the Assistant Varsity Coach for the Covington Catholic High School boy’s tennis team.