Women’s Tennis: College names Meredith Geiger-Walton head coach

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September 5, 2008

2:37 PM

The College of William and Mary hired Meredith Geiger-Walton as its head coach. Previous coach Kevin Epley resigned on July 17 after five years at the helm of the Tribe. Geiger-Walton, a 1995 graduate of Arizona State University, is the team’s fourth head coach since 1984. She comes to the College after spending the last seven years as the director of the tennis academy at the St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Austin, Tex. In addition to the St. Stephen’s School, Geiger-Walton served as an assistant coach to the University of Texas’s women’s team from 2001 to 2002, and she was named the ITA Assistant Coach of the Year in the Southwest Region in 2002. She competed on the WTA national tour from 1994 to 1996.

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