Kyle Fraser joined the OLLU tennis staff as an assistant in January 2021.
Fraser is a native of Hyde Park, N.Y., and graduated from Southwestern University (SU) in Georgetown, Texas, during the spring of 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He received his Master of Science in Human Performance and Wellness from Barry University (BU) in Miami, Fla., this past May. Fraser specialized in sport, exercise and performance psychology while at Barry.
He recently worked at BU as a Graduate Sports Psychology Consultant for the men's and women's tennis teams. Fraser provided individual and group mental skills training to the athletes. The men's team won the 2019 NCAA D2 National Championship while Fraser was the mental skills consultant.
Fraser brings strong mental skills and psychology aspect to the OLLU men's tennis program. He held the position of Research Assistant at SU from August 2016 to May 2017. Fraser collaborated with peers to conduct studies on the topic of emoticon use and perceived appropriateness.
He has coached tennis of all ages for more than eight years. Fraser also played varsity tennis for SU in NCAA D3 during his freshman season.
|Aaron Arrezola||FR||5-5||San Antonio, Texas||John Marshall High School|
|Michael Canales||FR||6-0||San Antonio, Texas||Alamo Heights High School|
|Rosendo Ceballos||FR||5-8||San Antonio, Texas||G.W. Brackenridge High School|
|Artur Etzberger||SR||5-10||Novo Hamburgo, RS, Brazil||Novo Hamburgo HS/Harford Community College|
|Malachi Farley||FR||6-3||San Antonio, Texas||Marshall High School|
|Caio Ravagnani||SO||6-3||Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil||Colegio Madre Cecilia|
|Sebastian Rodriguez||JR||6-1||San Antonio, Texas||Stevens High School|
|Murilo Salviato||SO||6-2||Araras, Sao Paulo, Brazil||Coc Araras High School|
|Vinicius Silva||JR||6-1||Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil||Fundaso Bradesco|