Head Women's Tennis Coach
Roger Ferguson began as the Huntington University's women's tennis head coach in the fall of 2009. He also spent two years as the HU men's head coach when he first joined the Huntington coaching ranks. In his second year as the men's skipper, the Foresters were the conference regular season and tournament champions and for their efforts, earned the program's 7th berth to the NAIA National Tournament. Ferguson was named the league's Coach of the Year that same year as voted on by his peers.
During his nine years at the HU women's helm, his athletes have earned 12 All-Conference and 18 NAIA Scholar Athlete honors. The last two seasons, his squad has cracked into the national rankings by receiving votes at some point during both years.
Ferguson formerly served as the head men’s tennis coach at Blackhawk Christian High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Prior to that, Ferguson was an assistant women’s tennis coach at both Blackhawk Christian and New Haven High Schools. He has served as a volunteer tennis instructor with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is a certified instructor with the United States Professional Tennis Association. Ferguson is an Intercollegiate Tennis Association referee and a member of the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association. He also has his United States Tennis Association Sport Science certification.