Drummond resigns as CSU-Pueblo women's tennis coach

Drummond resigns as CSU-Pueblo women's tennis coach

CSU-Pueblo head women's tennis coach, Brian Drummond, has resigned his position, CSU-Pueblo Athletic Director, Joe Folda, announced Wednesday.

Drummond led the women's tennis program for one season as the Pack boasted one all-RMAC selection, Morgan Forsyth (So., Parker, Colo.) and five members on the RMAC Academic All-Conference team, the most of any team in the conference. 

Drummond was an assistant under the prior two tennis coaches at CSU-Pueblo, Tom Durham, currently the head men's tennis coach, and Bob Scott.  A local tennis instructor and coach, he worked with the Pueblo Junior Excellence Program for seven years.

"We are appreciative of the job Brian did for our women's tennis program and our women's tennis student-athletes over the past year," Folda said.  "We feel he left the program in better shape than he found it, and we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors."

The search for Drummond's replacement will begin soon, with a job announcement being posted on the CSU-Pueblo website, www.colostate-pueblo.edu, as soon as possible.  Those wishing to show interest in the position may contact the CSU-Pueblo Department of Athletics at (719) 549-2711.