Troy Hahn
Troy Hahn

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
2nd year at Purdue

Alma Mater:
Florida ('04)



Troy Hahn is in his second year as a Boilermaker assistant coach.

An Indianapolis native, Hahn boasts an impressive coaching resumé that includes stops at the scholastic and professional ranks.

"Troy brings to Purdue his experience and success at the top collegiate national level as well as the professional circuit," said head coach Tim Madden. "Troy has been a great student of the game throughout each phase of his playing career which has allowed him to learn what is necessary to teach and coach elite tennis athletes.

"Our players will benefit from his experience, knowledge, and positive energy. I would not be surprised to see his personal enthusiasm and confidence become contagious with our Purdue student-athletes as we move our program forward. He has committed himself to becoming a highly successful tennis player, athlete, and coach."

Most recently, Hahn has assisted ATP and WTA greats such as Vince Spadea, Phillip Simmonds, Vahid Mirzadeh, Venus and Serena Williams and Lindsay Davenport. Hahn also has spent the last two seasons coaching members of the USA Fed Cup team.

In addition to coaching the pros, Hahn also played on the professional tour following his graduation from Florida. Hahn mostly played at the challenger and future levels and attained a high ranking of 400 in the world.

Prior to entering the coaching ranks, Hahn was part of two Southeastern Conference championship teams at the University of Florida. Hahn captained the Gators to a conference title in 2003 and was also a member of its 2001 championship squad. While at Gainesville, Hahn received the 2003 Gator Achievement Award and was twice selected to the Academic All-SEC Honor Roll.

Hahn graduated from Florida in May of 2004 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Sciences.

Hahn's high school achievements at Indianapolis' North Central High School were equally as impressive. In 1998, Hahn attained a No. 20 singles ranking and was No. 3 in doubles while earning a spot on the U.S. National Team. Hahn also claimed an Indiana state title that same season.

The following year, Hahn placed third in doubles at both the 1999 National Hardcourts and National Indoors.