Aaron Wilf '02 Named Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach

Aaron Wilf

Former Red Devil returns to Dickinson as Tennis Coach

Aaron Wilf ’02 has been named the new head coach of Dickinson's men's and women's tennis teams. Wilf took the reins on Jan. 24, returning to Carlisle after spending the last three seasons at Moravian College as their director of men's and women's tennis.

"We are thrilled to welcome Aaron Wilf back to Dickinson and to direct both our men's and women's tennis programs," says Joel Quattrone, director of athletics. "Aaron has an incredible passion for ‘wearing the red’ and Dickinson as a whole."

During his time with the Moravian Greyhounds, Wilf compiled a 36-4 mark with the women's program, going 14-0 inside the competitive Landmark Conference. He also led the team to a pair of conference championships in 2019 and 2021 (2020 was canceled due to COVID), resulting in NCAA Division III tournament appearances. Wilf coached 10 All-Landmark Conference selections, including the Player of the Year last season, while earning conference recognition during the 2018-19 campaign as Coach of the Year. With the men, he amassed a 19-17 overall record and led the team to an appearance in the Landmark tournament.

"I would like to thank Joel Quattrone and the rest of the search committee for bringing me back to Dickinson," Wilf says. "It’s pretty surreal for me to think about coming back to Carlisle as the school's first full-time head men's and women's tennis coach."

Prior to his role at Moravian, Wilf spent two years as the head men's and women's tennis coach at Frostburg State University, where he oversaw dramatic improvement within the program, including wins against nationally ranked opposition. Under his leadership, the Bobcats produced eight scholar-athletes and were honored with team awards as well.

"Some of my best memories were at Dickinson, and I would love to make sure that my student-athletes continue to have the same great experience," adds Wilf. "We’re going to work hard to build a solid program and to create the right culture moving forward. I could not be more excited to rejoin the Red Devil nation."


Published January 31, 2022