Tallahassee, FL – Aidan Carrazedo, a former assistant coach at the University of Chicago and BYU, has joined the Florida State men’s tennis staff as a volunteer assistant. A five-year full-time assistant coach, Carrazedo also had a stellar career as a student-athlete in Provo.
In his lone season with the University of Chicago last year, the team posted a 5-2 record in a COVID-shortened season.
In Carrazedo’s four seasons as an assistant coach at BYU, he helped guide the Cougars to a 49-19 overall record and a 20-6 ledger in the WCC. BYU produced a pair of runner-up placements and a third-place finish within the conference. The 2020-21 Cougars posted a 14-6 record, took second in the WCC, and totaled five All-WCC selections. Sean Hill qualified for the NCAA Individual Championships as well.
The Johannesburg, South Africa, native played for BYU from 2013 to 2017 before joining the coaching staff. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics. He was a 2017 second-team doubles all-league selection within the West Coast Conference and earned a 2016 WCC Bronze Honor Roll award.
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