Bloomsburg Field Hockey

Head Coach Marty Coyne

Marty Coyne

Marty Coyne is entering his 17th season as head coach of the Bloomsburg men's tennis team. He also begins his 16th year at the helm of the women's squad.

While in charge of the men's program, he has led the team to 13 appearances in the NCAA Division II Championships in the last 16 seasons, advancing to the quarterfinal round in 1996, 1997, and 2003. He has also been coach for part of the school's 14 consecutive PSAC championships (1987-2000) and is a five-time PSAC Men's Coach of the Year most recently following the 2008 season. He was named East Region Coach of the Year following the 1995-96 and 2002-03 campaigns and holds a career record of 211-115(.647). Before the PSAC changed championship formats, Coyne coached 37 PSAC singles champions and 16 doubles titlists. Coyne holds the distinction of being one of the few individuals to win a PSAC title as both a player and coach.

On the women's side, he led the squad to 13 consecutive trip to the NCAA Division II Championships and seven PSAC crowns, five solo and two shared titles. During his 15 years with the program, the Huskies have an overall record of 238-78 (.753) with 18 PSAC singles and five doubles champions before the change to a team championship format. Coyne was named PSAC Coach of the Year for the seventh time following the 2008-09 season. He also won the honor in 1995, 1996, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. On a regional level, Coyne was named the ITA Northeast Region Coach of the Year award following the 2006 season after previously earning the honor in 2004.

A former player at Bloomsburg, Coyne was an eight-time conference champion and one of the Huskies' first All-America performers.He was named to the All-America team in 1983. He also won every singles and doubles conference championships he competed for while playing with the Huskies. Coyne finished with a career record of 112-29, placing him second on the all-time winning percentage list.

He served as director of tennis at the Upper Bucks County YMCA in Quakertown prior to returning to Bloomsburg. Coyne has worked with numerous MSTA-ranked players as well as nationally ranked juniors.

A native of Hazleton, Coyne received a bachelor's degree in business education from Bloomsburg in 1983. He was honored in 1998 with induction into the Bloomsburg University Athletic Hall of Fame.

Updated 7/29/09

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MEN WOMEN
Year Won Lost PSAC NCAA Year Won Lost PSAC NCAA
1993-94 14 4 1st 1994-95 9 3 3rd --
1994-95 13 10 1st R-16 1995-96 18 3 3rd --
1995-96 15 8 1st R-16 1996-97 19 8 1st R-16
1996-97 18 5 1st R-8 1997-98 22 2 1st R-8
1997-98 14 4 1st R-16 1998-99 20 3 2nd R-16
1998-99 16 6 1st R-16 1999-2000 18 3 T-1st R-16
1999-2000 14 7 T-1st R-16 2000-01 13 7 T-1st Regional
2000-01 9 6 2nd Regional 2001-02 11 8 2nd R-16
2001-02 13 7 2nd R-16 2002-03 15 7 2nd R-16
2002-03 20 4 1st 2003-04 16 6 2nd R-16
2003-04 17 9 2nd 2004-05 13 7 1st Regional
2004-05 9 11 2005-06 17 4 1st R-16
2005-06 3 12 -- 2006-07 19 4 2nd R-16
2006-07 8 8 3rd -- 2007-08 13 7 3rd Regional
2007-08 16 6 1st R-16 2008-09 15 6 2nd R-16
2008-09 12 8 2nd R-16
Total 211 115 Total 238 78
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