Monroe Walker begins his first year as the head men's and women's tennis coach. Walker comes to Graceland after a stint at Tennessee State University where he was a graduate assistant for both the Tigers' men's and women's teams.
As a high school player, Walker was top-five athlete in the state of Tennessee and a top-50 player in the Southern section in addition to being a Billie Jean King National Tournament participant. Out of high school, Walker signed to play college tennis at Xavier University (La.). At Xavier, he earned doubles conference champion as a freshman and finished in the top 50 in the NAIA single's rankings. Additionally, he won freshman of the year and the conference championship his senior year. Walker won over 100 matches in singles and doubles while at Xavier.
Walker graduated from Xavier University with his Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Management before finishing his graduate degree at Tennessee State University in Sports Administration.
Walker's hobbies include working out, sports, movies and listening to music.
|Brezile Hamilton||SO||Nassau, Bahamas||Nassau Christian Academy|
|Carlos Jimenez||SO||Oaxaca, Mexico||Niagra Academy of Tennis|
|Andrew Martens||JR||Pickerington, OH||Pickerington North HS|
|Juan Jose Mateus||FR||Cucuta, Colombia||Colegio Ased.|
|Raul Mendez||FR||Estado de Mexico, Mexico||Justo Sierra|
|Eugene O'Connell||JR||Kingston, Jamaica||Hillel Academy|
|Ignacio Osse||FR||Cunico, Chile||Colegio San Sebastian|
|Young Park||SO||Vancouver, WA||Columbia River|
|Rodolfo Sanchez||FR||Morelia, Mexico||Universidad Internacional Jefferson|
|Jamie Sordyl||SO||London, England||Chiswick Community School|
|Felipe Suarez Parra||SO||Cali, Colombia||Bennett High School|
|Oscar Chang Tun Jie||FR||Kuching, Malaysia||SMK Kunching High|
|David Uquillas||SO||Quito, Ecuador||Sek Los Valles|
|Gustavo Yanez||FR||Concepcion, Chile||Colegio San Sebastian|