Patrick Fediuk is in his third season leading the men's tennis program, coming off winning PC's first Big South Tournament Championship in 2017.
In just his second season as head coach, Fediuk led PC to both Big South regular season and tournament titles en route to the program's first NCAA Tournament appearance since moving to Division I. The Blue Hose went 6-1 in Big South regular-season matches to capture the program's second regular season title, before sweeping three matches in the Big South Tournament to take home its first tournament championship.
Fediuk guided a school-record six players to All-Big South honors in 2017, with Ben Kelley earning first team singles and Alexander Lykou and Brandon Mills earning first team doubles honors. Alejando Bejar and Luis Castillo-Lopez received second team singles honors, while doubles pairings of Castillo-Lopez and Diego Manzanas and Kelley and Joel Roberts each took second team honors. Manzanas also received the Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year award for the second straight season under Fediuk's guidance.
Fediuk, a 2009 graduate of PC, led PC to the Big South title match in his first season at the helm of the program. The Blue Hose finished the regular season with a 6-2 mark in the Big South to turn in a second-place finish. They went to win their first two matches in the Big South tourney and came just points away from capturing the school's first conference title since moving to Division I.
He joined both tennis programs for the 2014-15 season as the assistant coach. He helped the men’s team to its third straight 20-win season, while two players received All-Big South honors and three took home flight championships. He also helped the women’s team to a winning overall record in 2015.
Prior to coaching at PC, Fediuk was a Fitness Specialist and Coach at Smith Stearns Tennis Academy in Hilton Head Island for four years, where he facilitated the training of national level junior tennis, recruited prospective clients, and participated in one-on-one and group training. Fediuk has also coached in numerous national, sectional, and ITF tournaments, as well as coached 17 Top-50 nationally rated recruits.
Fediuk earned a degree in history with a minor in coaching and physical education from PC in 2009 and was a four-year member of the Blue Hose tennis team, where he was an Academic All-American and earned All-Conference Academic honors.
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