Eddins comes to Pitt after one year as Volunteer Assistant Coach at Cornell University, and three years in the same position for the women's tennis program at Marshall University. During his time at Marshall, he helped guide the team to a national ranking as high as No. 28 and its fourth consecutive Mid-American Conference championship before the Thundering Herd entered Conference USA.
Eddins has also coached in junior development programs over the past eight years. He spent two years as the Head Tennis Pro at Guyan Golf and Country Club in his native Huntington, W.Va, and was most recently the Assistant Director at the Allegheny Country Club here in Pittsburgh. Before his time at Marshall, he was a two-time West Virginia high school state singles champion, as well as the state champion in doubles his senior year.
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