Sean Holcomb-Jones joined the University of Maryland women’s tennis coaching staff after serving as the men’s and women’s head coach at Morgan State University.
While in Baltimore, Holcomb-Jones led the Bears men’s team to three consecutive MEAC North Division titles and coached the program’s first ever nationally ranked doubles team.
Holcomb-Jones helped the women’s program win the 2013 MEAC North Division title. During his tenure, Ekaterina Iakovelva become the first national ranked singles player in program history.
Prior to his stint at Morgan State, Holcomb-Jones served for two years as an assistant men’s coach at George Washington. Holcomb-Jones also was the Director of Tournament Training at the Baltimore Fitness and Tennis Center, where he coordinated and oversaw all player development for the organization.
Holcomb-Jones also coached the a national team for Tennis Europe and spent two seasons as an assistant at Coppin State.
As a player, Holcomb-Jones was a three-year letterwinner at Towson University. The Schenectady, N.Y. native graduated from the university with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and sports management. He also earned a master’s degree in philosophy and social policy from George Washington.