WHITTIER, Calif. – It was announced Friday by Executive Director of Athletics Robert Coleman that after two years of running the Whittier College Tennis program, Quinn Caldaron has resigned as the Director of Tennis and Head Men's Tennis Coach.
Quinn is moving into Community College Athletics accepting the Head Men's Tennis Coaching position at Cerritos College.
"We thank Quinn for his leadership over the past three years and appreciate all that he has done for Whittier tennis," Coleman said. "We wish Quinn and his family nothing but success in their future endeavors."
Over his two years at Whittier he compiled a 19-21, 8-10 SCIAC record, which included:
2016-17 (11-9, 4-4 SCIAC) / 4th Place Finish
2015-16 (8-12, 4-6 SCIAC) / 4th Place Finish
He also had two athletes earn All-SCIAC recognition across a two-year span:
Samuel Farmer – 2nd Team All-SCIAC
Highlighting his tenure was achieving a National Ranking of No. 35 in Division III, which came last year in 2016-17. Some of his notable wins came against No. 31 Trinity (CT), No. 24 Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Quinn is a graduate of Cal Lutheran University where he attended from 2001-05. During his playing career he was a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III All-American (2005), NCAA Division III National Singles Semi-Finalist (2005), finished No. 7 in the NCAA Division III National Singles Standings (2005), was named the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Player of the Year (2005), and won the United States Tennis Association Pacific Northwest Scott Eden Sportsmanship Award (2001).