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"Colby, to me, remains a hidden gem in Division III tennis," Wang said. "We are in a conference (NESCAC) that is among the best, if not the best, in Division III tennis. We offer the best of both worlds in academics and athletics."
Wang's men's squad was ranked in the northeast region in four of the past five years. He has had players named ITA scholar-athletes and both tennis squads were ITA All-Academic Teams.
"The potential for the varsity tennis programs here at Colby is limitless," Wang said. "The program grows each year in one direction or another. With each passing year, the growth strengthens other facets of the program. It is exciting to be part of a program that continues to grow and develop into a regional and national contender."
Wang, a certified United States Professional Tennis Association-1 Pro, was an assistant coach for women's tennis at the University of Wisconsin before coming to Colby. The Binghamton, N.Y., native was the head women's tennis coach at Edgewood College for three years. Edgewood and University of Wisconsin are both located in Madison.
Wang coached four Edgewood players to conference singles championships and also had four doubles champions in three years. He had a 15-5 record in league play and was named the Lake Michigan Conference Coach of the Year in 2005 and received the same honor in 2006 by the Northern Athletics Conference. Edgewood did not have a men's tennis program.Besides his coaching experience, Wang also was the Director of Tennis for the village of Shorewood Hills in Wisconsin for three years. He also was a tennis instructor at Nielsen Tennis Stadium at the University of Wisconsin from 2002 to 2007.
Wang played collegiate tennis at Binghamton University from 1991 to 1995 and helped the team earn their first-ever trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament during his senior year. The squad finished the season ranked 10th nationally.
Wang earned a bachelor's degree in psychobiology from Binghamton in 1995 and added a master's degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin in 1999.
Josh Warren, a former University of Southern Maine tennis player and graduate assistant coach at Ithaca College, will begin his first year as an assistant coach in the 2012-13 academic year.
Warren, who will work under Colby head coach Doanh Wang, just earned his master's degree in exercise and sport sciences. He was among the top 10 percent of graduate students and was named to the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Warren worked as a graduate assistant at Ithaca and helped the women's team to the NCAA Division III tourney and the men's squad to the Empire 8 Conference finals.
Warren graduated Magna Cum Laude from Southern Maine with a bachelor's degree in general management (sport management track) in May 2010. He had a combined singles/doubles record of 71-32 in his four years with the Huskies. He was a captain and played the number one singles and doubles spots over his final three seasons.
Warren has stayed active in the game as a professional tennis instructor. He has worked at the Sankaty Golf and Tennis Club (Nantucket, Mass.) every summer since 2009. A native of Hermon, Maine, he also was a pro tennis instructor at the Bangor Tennis Club from November 2011 to May 2012.
Warren also is a certified Kripalu yoga instructor and worked at Central Street Yoga in Bangor from January to May 2012. During his high school days, Warren was top-ranked in the boys' 16 and 18 division in the Maine Junior Tennis Association. He also was nationally-ranked by United States of America Table Tennis (USATT).