Bryan Koniecko
Bryan  Koniecko

Long Island, N.Y.

Associate Head Coach

Alma Mater:
The Ohio State University



Buckeyes Open Home Slate with Doubleheader vs. Syracuse and Youngstown State

Outing vs. Youngstown State will also be Buckeyes Go Pink match


Buckeyes Head to California for Jack Kramer Invitational

Ohio State set to compete in four-day tournament


Buckeyes Prep for Midwest Regionals

Ohio State will serve has hosts of 2013 edition


Ohio State Opens Fall at Akron Invitational

Buckeyes slated to face Akron, Cornell and West Virginia this weekend


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

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


Muirfield Collegiate Tennis Invitational

Muirfield Collegiate Tennis Invitational

Bryan Koniecko was an assistant coach for his alma mater for two seasons (2012-13, 2013-14), returning to his alma mater after two seasons as an assistant coach at Brown. Koniecko was named the head coach for the Brown men's tennis team in August 2014.

In his collegiate career at Ohio State, Koniecko was a standout player who helped lead his team to Big Ten regular season and tournament titles in each of his four years as a Buckeye. He was named the Big Ten Athlete of the Year in 2008 and 2009, as well as the 2006 Big Ten Freshman of the Year. As captain, Koniecko won the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor singles title and was ranked No. 1 in the country individually. Ohio State was also ranked No. 1 in the country his senior year and reached the final of the NCAA team tournament.

After graduating from Ohio State with a degree in communication analysis and practice, Koniecko played at the professional level where he reached an ATP career high ranking of 651. He earned his first professional title in 2007 when he won the ITF professional futures event in Ecuador. In 2008, he was a runner up in the ITF professional futures event in Peoria, Ill.

As a junior, Koniecko traveled to more than 17 countries to compete in tournaments including the Junior Australian Open and Wimbledon. He was ranked as high as No. 45 in the ITF world junior rankings with a win over Marin Cilic and was ranked Top 10 nationally in the Boys' 16s and 18s. The Long Island, N.Y., native also competed in the 2007 and 2008 U.S. Open qualifiers.