Daniel Llarenas Joins Pacific Men's Tennis As An Assistant Coach
Stockton, Calif. - Pacific's Director of Tennis and Men's Tennis Head Coach Ryan Redondo has announced the hiring of Daniel Llarenas as men's tennis assistant coach.
Daniel was most recently coaching in Guam, where he led John F. Kennedy High School to the boys 2013 High School Championship. Llarenas played at the University of Hawai'i for three years, graduating in 2011. He was a part of two Hawai'i teams that won the Western Athletic Conference championship (2009 and 2010). He has been nominated and played 13 Davis Cup times for Pacific Oceania and currently has a 13-3 record. He has played Lebanon, Philippines, Iran, UAE, Vietnam, Cambodia, Oman, Qatar, Iraq, Jordan, Bangladesh and Kyrgyzstan. He also owned and operated a tennis facility focusing on developing Guam's youth in tennis.
"I am very excited to have Danny join the Pacific Men's Tennis program," said Redondo. "Danny and I share the same collegiate coach and both really bought into the philosophy and commitment to mental discipline. He is going to be a great resource for the guys and we are really lucky to have a coach and a person that already understands what we are doing in Stockton. Danny has had tremendous collegiate and Davis Cup experiences that the guys will benefit from and gain knowledge from."
"I'm excited to be here, and look forward to being a part of this program," said Llarenas. "Pacific has a great learning environment and a strong competitive atmosphere. I am very thankful for this opportunity."