• 2006 ITA National Coach of the Year

Adam Steinberg

“My philosophy is and will always be about the team. My players understand that they are playing for something bigger than themselves and that making their teammates better is the No. 1 priority on an everyday basis.

“Our core values include selflessness, hard work, integrity and accountability. Representing their university in the classroom and on and off the court in the most positive way is the backbone of the Michigan men's tennis program.”

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Coach Bio

Adam Steinberg is in his first season at the helm of the University of Michigan men's tennis program. Steinberg arrived in Ann Arbor after a successful 13-year head coaching tenure with Pepperdine University (2002-14), where he delivered a national championship in 2006 and compiled an overall record of 282-105 as the leader of the Waves. The 2006 Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Coach of the Year and a seven-time West Coast Conference Coach of the Year, Steinberg guided Pepperdine to 10 NCAA Tournament appearances, including five Sweet 16 appearances, one Elite Eight trip and two Final Four appearances. Steinberg won 10 WCC tournament championships and two conference regular-season titles, and 10 of his 13 teams finished in the top 30 of the final ITA national rankings. Following the 2006 season, which saw the Waves go 36-2 overall and claim the NCAA team title, he was honored as the ITA National Coach of the Year. In 23 years as a head coach, Steinberg, who has also made coaching stops at Alabama, Northwestern and St. John's, has accumulated an overall record of 412-184.

Fun Fact

Coach Steinberg is a diehard New York Giants fan.

Career Highlights

  • Won 2006 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis National Championship (Pepperdine University)
  • 13 NCAA Tournament Appearances
  • Two Final Four Berths
  • One Elite Eight Trip
  • Five Sweet 16 Appearances
  • 10 Conference Tournament Championships
  • Three Regular-Season Titles
  • 10 of last 13 teams have finished in top 30 of final ITA national rankings
  • Has coached 27 All-Americans (13 singles, 14 doubles)
  • Seven-time Conference Coach of the Year
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Assistant Coaches

Sean Maymi

Associate Head Coach

Sean Maymi is in his seventh season with the U-M men’s tennis program. Maymi previously spent five seasons with the Wolverine men’stennis program from 2006-2011, serving as assistant coach (2006-08) before being promoted to associate head coach (2008-2011). Maymi spent the last three years teaching and training some of the best junior and professional tennis players in the world. Prior to returning to Ann Arbor, Maymi spent six months training players at the Junior Tennis Champions Center (J.T.C.C.) in College Park, Maryland, a world-class training center for young tennis players, and three years (2012-14) at Todd Martin Tennis (T.M.T.) in Ponte Verdra, Florida, working in a similar capacity for former ATP World Tour player Todd Martin.

Evan King

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Evan King enters his second season as Michigan’s volunteer assistant coach. King, a three-time ITA All-American, ended his illustrious Michigan career with a 116-34 singles record and is U-M’s all-time leader in combined singles and doubles wins with 195. The 2013 Big Ten Athlete of the Year award recipient, King finished his senior campaign with a 32-5 singles record, including a 23-1 mark in dual matches and a perfect 10-0 record in Big Ten play.