2010-11 Arkansas State Womenâ€™s Tennis Assistant Coach Marina Engelbrecht
Marina Engelbrecht is in her fifth season as an assistant coach with the women's tennis program. She was one of the most decorated and successful players at No. 1 singles for Arkansas State for three seasons after playing No. 2 her freshman year. At No. 1, Engelbrecht posted an overall mark of 37-9. A two-time All-Sun Belt Conference performer, she was also successful as one-half of ASU's No. 1 doubles pair throughout her career. Engelbrecht graduated from ASU in 2006 with a degree in exercise science. While a student, she was a member of the Athletic Director's Honor Roll every semester and was also a four-time member of the ITA AllAcademic team and Scholar-Athlete list. During the spring of 2006, Engelbrecht received the prestigious Terry Gwin Award, the highest award an ASU student-athlete may receive. Engelbrecht received her masterâ€™s degree in exercise science in August 2008 and also serves as the Coordinator of Wellness Programs at the newly opened Red W.O.L.F. Center. The daughter of Callie and Johanna Engelbrecht, Marina was born in Bloemfontein, South Africa, where she was a standout tennis player at Eunice High School.
Engelbrecht as a player at ASU.
Head coach Marcia Williams and assistant coach Marina Engelbrecht with seniors Tina Ojdanic, Menna Kamal and Jenny Herring.