Evan Urbina

Evan Urbina was hired in October of 2014 and begins his fifth year as the Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach at the Air Force Academy.

He was promoted to Associate Head Coach following the 2017-2018 season. While at the Air Force Academy, Urbina has been involved in recruiting two ranked mid-major classes in a row in 2018 and 2019. He has also helped coach the Falcons to several Mountain West Conference victories.

Urbina came to the Academy from his alma mater Brigham Young, where he was the women’s assistant coach from 2013-2014. While there, the Cougars had a season high national ranking of 51 and finished 2nd in the West Coast Conference with a 7-1 record.

Before coaching at BYU, Urbina was the volunteer assistant for the men’s tennis team at Florida State University for the 2012-2013 season. At Florida State he helped coach the men’s team to wins over #7 Oklahoma and #15 Texas to earn a season high ranking of #16 in the nation. They competed in the NCAA tournament. He also helped coach a high performance tennis program for juniors in the area.

Urbina began his coaching career at Orem High School in Utah as the boy’s tennis coach in 2011-12 while finishing his degree at BYU. He graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. Urbina competed for BYU from 2007-2011 and lettered all four years. He is the third-winningest player in school history with a 98-57 singles record. He had an 80-56 career record in doubles. He finished his senior season ranked sixth in the Mountain Region in both singles and doubles and was selected twice to the All-MWC singles team. His highest individual ranking was #110 in singles. He was team captain his senior year for a squad that won both the regular season conference championship and the Mountain West Conference tournament. He competed in the NCAA tournament his junior and senior year, and played both #1 singles and doubles during his time there. BYU was ranked as high as #23 during his junior year, and finished his senior year at #36.

Originally from Huntington Beach, Calif., Urbina attended San Joaquin High School. He is married to the former Sarah Weaver. They have two sons, Maverick and Brecken.