Mike Erwin joined the Pacific women's tennis staff as an assistant in February 2017 and was promoted to interim head coach on January 1, 2018.
Erwin has over 20 years experience working in the tennis industry from youth organizations to professional tennis. He has been the tournament director for multiple professional tennis events held at the Eve Zimmerman Tennis Center including the Stockton Men’s $100,000 ATP Challenger and chairman of the Stockton Women’s $60,000 Challenger. In the summer of 2017, Erwin coached Pacific’s Anneroos Nederstigt to her first professional ranking points in the Stockton Women’s $60,000 Challenger.
Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Erwin has spent time as a junior development coach guiding players to state and national championships including champions in the Winter National, Orange Bowl, Easter Bowl, and National Clay Court tournaments along with a US Open junior finalist and multiple NCAA qualifiers. Under his leadership, players have been awarded millions of dollars in college scholarships and several have gone on to play professional tennis.
Erwin has professional affiliations with the USTA serving as the vice chair of the USTA Northern California Coaches Commissions as well as holding a membership with the USTA Northern California Junior Tennis Council. For his work with USTA NorCal, Erwin was awarded the Volunteer of the Year award in 2014.
Erwin has previously served as assistant tennis coach at Wright state University in Dayton, Ohio and played on Sinclair College’s nationally ranked men’s tennis team.