Michael Meyer
Michael  Meyer

Last College:
UC San Diego '03

Position:
Assistant Coach

Email:
mrmeyer@ucdavis.edu


03/23/2016

Wolf Pack rematch next for streaking Aggies

UC Davis takes on Nevada for the second time in two weeks, this time in Reno

03/08/2016

Aggies open home stand against Bulldogs

UC Davis welcomes Fresno State, co-hosts inaugural Golden State Invitational with Sacramento State this weekend

03/04/2016

Adamson, Levie advance to round of 32 in La Jolla

Aggies duo wins a pair before falling to No. 15-ranked -- and tournament top seed -- Oklahoma State duo

03/02/2016

Tennis back in the swing of things in La Jolla

Aggies take on Villanova, participate in the 127th Annual Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championships this week

02/11/2016

Causeway rivals clash on Valentine's Day

Riding a five-match winning streak, the Aggies take on long-time rivals in Sacramento

A three-year team captain at UC San Diego, Michael Meyer reunites with former mentor Eric Steidlmayer, entering his fourth year as an Aggie assistant coach in 2015-16.

Meyer played for Steidlmayer from 1999 to 2003, playing either No. 1 or No. 2 singles and doubles all four years. As a freshman, he was selected as the ITA West Region Rookie of the Year and competed at the NCAA Division III Individual Championships. He also captured the NCAA's Arthur Ashe, Jr. Leadership and Sportsmanship award as a senior.

Following his Triton career, Meyer played in professional tournaments throughout France during the summer of 2003. He returned to the U.S. later that year and entered the business sector, most recently serving as a vice president for a public finance investment banking firm based in San Francisco.

Meyer has continued to play and teach tennis during his business career, captaining 5.5 and 6.0 teams to the USTA Nationals from 2006 to 2009. In 2008, Meyer paired with Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Famer Greg Lee in several tournaments and secured the No. 3 doubles ranking in Northern California.

Meyer earned his bachelor's degree in management science from UCSD in 2003.