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Fenwick is in his third season as an assistant coach. Fenwick came to Happy Valley after spending the 2009-10 season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Baylor men's tennis team.
As a volunteer assistant coach, Fenwick helped the Baylor Bears to a No. 7 ranking in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) poll with a 24-7 record. The Bears also landed two singles players and three doubles teams in the national rankings. Additionally, Fenwick taught tennis classes for the health, human performance and recreation department at Baylor and served as an instructor at the Waco Regional Tennis Center.
Prior to his tenure at Baylor, Fenwick spent four years as an assistant coach for the men's and women's programs at Western Illinois. He helped guide the Leathernecks to the Summit League regular-season title in 2008, the program's first regular-season conference title. Fenwick also had a hand in producing a Mid-Con Men's Newcomer of the Year, a Mid-Con Men's Player of the Year and 10 men's and women's all-conference selections while in Macomb. The WIU men also claimed the 2006 Mid-Con Tournament title and earned its first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 2006.
Fenwick graduated from Western Illinois University in 2006 with a degree in business management. He also earned his master's degree from WIU in recreation, park and tourism administration in 2009. Fenwick played tennis at Quincy University in 2004-05 after spending time at Sauk Valley Community College (2002-03) and Illinois Valley Community College (2003-04). Fenwick's brother, Chad, is the director of tennis/head men's and women's coach for Ashford University.
Fenwick was a teaching tennis professional in his native Dixon, Ill. He has also worked summer tennis camps run by the Naval Academy and Pepperdine University.