Chris Doerr

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Chris Doerr joined the Seminoles in the summer of 2019 as their new assistant coach after serving as the University of Memphis assistant coach for seven years.

In his seven years at Memphis Doerr helped lead the Tigers to a 104-62 record, including five trips to the NCAA Tournament. He was added to the Memphis staff in August of 2012 as a volunteer assistant coach. After helping the Tigers earn their first-ever Conference USA Championship in 2013 and a spot in the third round of the NCAA Tournament Doerr was promoted to assistant coach in July of 2013. The Tigers finished the season with a program-high ranking to end a season of No. 20.

In his six seasons as a full-time assistant coach, Doerr helped lead the Tigers to an 88-54 record including four trips to the NCAA Tournament and one trip to the second round in 2014. He was named the 2015 and 2018 Ohio Valley Region Assistant Coach of the Year.

Before his time at Memphis, Doerr spent one season as a volunteer assistant coach at Mississippi State (2010-11). Doerr was a former Bulldog as he was a four-year letter winner and was named the SEC Player of the Week one time in his junior season. In his one season as a volunteer coach, Mississippi State earned a 14-9 record and a second-round appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs were SEC Western Division Champions and finished the season ranked No. 20 in the country.

Hailing from Bromley, England, Doerr was ranked as high as No. 11 in the English National Rankings and as high as No. 480 in the ITF Rankings. In England, he was a member of the State Championship Team for four years and was a state champion in singles and doubles. He won a divisional title as the captain for the state team.

He graduated from Mississippi State in 2010 with a degree in communications. He and his wife, Rachel McLemore Doerr, married in August of 2012, and reside in Memphis with their dog Lily.

Doerr Year-by-Year

Memphis
Year            Record      Post Season
2018-19        11-14            N/A
2017-18        18-6             1st Round
2016-17        15-9             1st Round
2015-16        14-11            1st Round
2014-15        15-8             N/A
2013-14        15-6             2nd Round
2012-13        16-6             3rd Round

Mississippi State
Year            Record      Post Season
2010-11        14-9             2nd Round

Total: 118-71