Paul Peck

Head Women's Tennis Coach

Head coach Paul Peck has led the Army women's tennis program to unprecedented success as the dominant force in the Patriot League since taking the reins in the spring of 1995. Beginning with his inaugural campaign, Peck has managed a winning record in all but his first full season at West Point. The Black Knights captured a ninth-straight Patriot League title in April of 2013, accompanied by the program's 13th NCAA Tournament appearance. Under Peck's guidance, the Black Knights have appeared at the NCAA Tournament in 1999-2001, 2003, 2005-13, while averaging 22 wins a season over the last six years. Peck has guided the Black Knights to 60 consecutive regular-season victories over Patriot League foes, dating back to the 2002 season. He is also the most successful coach in the history of the program with 341 career wins.

Assistant Coaches

Martha Rowley

Assistant Coach

Martha Rowley joined the Army women's tennis staff as a volunteer assistant at the start of the 2012 season. She was promoted to assistant coach prior to the start of the 2014-15 season. Before joining the Army coaching staff, Rowley was the Director of Junior Academy at the Club Deportivo Punto Verde in Leon, Mexico. Torneo Por Invitación Para Profesionales Del Estado De Guanajuato. While in Mexico, Rowley spent four months working with the Mexican Tennis Federation with the Olympic program. Before returning to Mexico, she served as the assistant coach for the men's and Women's tennis programs at Indiana State University. Between college coaching stints, Rowley served as a tennis professional at Harp Performance Tennis, Inc., where she worked with the junior development programs as well as with adult leagues. Rowley served as an assistant coach at the University of Southern Mississippi where she helped lead the Golden Eagles program to its first national team ranking, the most winning program in school history, recorded the most wins in a single season and helped guide the Golden Eagles to their highest finish (third) in the Conference USA Tennis Championship history.