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Pam Rendé

 
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Pam Rendé is entering her fourth season as head men’s and women’s tennis coach in 2019-20.

Last season, the men finished 7-12 overall with a 3-3 conference mark to place fourth in the MAC Commonwealth. Nick Simeone garnered first-team honors for the third consecutive season while Drew Hanak was a second-team selection. On the women's side, Rendé led the squad to an 8-11 overall record, which marked the program's highest win total since the 2009-10 season. Zoe Foglia and Julia Paraboschi were both second-team selections for the Knights.

Rendé led the men’s team to a 9-9 record and the women’s team to a 7-7 record in her second season. She guided Nick Simeone on the men’s side to first-team All-MAC Commonwealth and Amanda Shulski to a second-team All-MAC Commonwealth selections in 2017-2018. Both the men’s and women’s teams earned trips to the MAC Commonwealth Championships in 2017-18.

In her first season at the helm, Rendé led the men’s team to a 10-7 record and a second straight appearance in the MAC Commonwealth Championship. She guided Nick Simeone to 2017 MAC Commonwealth Rookie of the Year and First-Team All-MAC Commonwealth laurels while helping 2017 graduate Wesley Wei to his second consecutive Second-Team All-MAC Commonwealth selection. The women’s team finished 5-12 and one spot out of a postseason berth, while Zoe Foglia was named to the First-Team All-MAC Commonwealth. She also received the USTA's PATD College Coach of the Year award in 2017.

Rendé has been a tennis coach and instructor in the Philadelphia area for nearly 20 years. She founded L3 Tennis in Radnor in 2009, which provides USTA and ITF level instruction to children, high school age players, and adults. Rendé oversees a staff of seven year-round certified instructors, and up to 20 seasonal teaching pros. She spent 15 years at Cabrini College as an adjunct professor in the physical education department as a tennis and squash instructor. She received the Community Tennis Association of the Year award from the United States Tennis Association Philadelphia Area Tennis in March of 2017.

Rendé has coached a number of highly successful tennis players in her career, working with US Open, Wimbledon and Australian Open quarterfinalist who was ranked as high as 40th by the WTA, and instructing multiple nationally ranked 16-and-under girl’s players.