Men's Tennis

David Schilling

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Denison, 1989

David  Schilling


Fraternity of No. 1's: A Tradition of Excellence

In the history of Ohio State men's tennis, eight ranked No. 1


Ohio State Follow Friday: Men's Tennis

The Ohio State men's tennis team is hosting the 2011 USTA/ITA Division I Men's Midwest Regional Championships Oct. 13-17.

David Schilling is part of head coach Ty Tucker's recipe for success. Schilling was recruited by Tucker in the fall of 1999 and since that time has proven to be a valuable addition.

Schilling came to Ohio State after a highly-successful tenure at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, where he guided the Lords to an 87-36 record during six seasons, becoming the most successful coach in the program's then 97-year history. Schilling's Kenyon squads were ranked in the Top 25 for six consecutive years and finished among the Top 3 in the North Coast Athletic Conference five times, including a championship in 1995. The NCAC is widely regarded as one of the premier tennis conferences in Division III.

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