Clancy Shields is in his second season as Utah State men's head tennis coach after being hired on May 2, 2013. Overall, Shields is the 19th head coach for the Aggie men in program history.
During his first season at the helm of USU's men's tennis program, Shields led the Aggies to a 9-16 record. The nine wins were the most for Utah State in three years, and he coached three players into double-digit singles wins, while posting a .600 home winning percentage.
Senior Fredrik Peterson, junior Marcus Fritz and freshman Sebastian Schneider were named Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Scholar-Athletes, while the Aggie men were named to the ITA All-Academic Team.
Utah State had six men's tennis players honored for academic excellence as four student-athletes earned academic all-Mountain West honors, while two men's tennis players were named Mountain West Scholar-Athletes.
Shields came to Utah State after spending time as an assistant men's tennis coach at Boise State from 2010-2013, helping the Broncos to back-to-back Mountain West Championships in 2012 and 2013. The Broncos advanced to their third NCAA Tournament with Shields in 2013.
During his four years as an assistant at Boise State, Shields helped coach 10 players to all-conference recognition, including the 2013 Mountain West Player of the Year as well as a West
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