Tom Drabcyzk Jr.
|Title:||Director of Tennis|
|College:||Virginia Wesleyan College '05|
- First season as the Marlins' Director of Tennis
- Begins second season as a VWC coach in 2011-12
- 2005 graduate of Virginia Wesleyan College with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology
- Current Head Tennis Professional at the Great Bridge Swim and Racquet Club in Chesapeake, Va.
- Current head boy's and girl's tennis coach at Virginia Beach's Kellam High School, where his teams have a combined seven-year record of 82-42; guided the boy's team to its first state tournament appearance in 2005
- Professional status with the United States Professional Tennis Registry
- Four-year letterwinner in tennis at VWC; also competed in cross country
- 2004 All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honoree in singles and 2005 in doubles
- Native of Virginia Beach
|Title:||Assistant Tennis Coach|
|College:||Virginia Wesleyan College '08|
- Begins first season as an assistant coach in 2011-12
- 2008 graduate of Virginia Wesleyan College
- Competed in tennis for the Marlins for four seasons; compiled an 11-4 record at No. 3 doubles with Brett Barnes in 2006
- Assistant coach at Great Bridge Racket and Swim for two years
- Assistant coach at Virginia Beach's Floyd E. Kellam High School, specilizing in doubles tactics, for three years
- Certified tennis stringer through The Sports Authority
- Merchandising/Visual Manager for The Sports Authority
|Title:||Volunteeer Assistant Coach|
|College:||George Washington University|
- Majored in Sociology at George Washington University
- Begins his fourth season as a tennis coach at VWC in 2011-12
- Former teaching professional for the Washington D.C. Public Parks, conducting individual and group lessons and clinics
- Summer tennis instructor for the Norfolk Parks and Recreation department
- Former manager of The Tennis Shop, Inc., in Washington D.C.
- Former owner of Norfolk Auto Supply, Inc.
- Developed the "Play Tennis Portsmouth" instructional program for the Portsmouth, Va. Parks and Leisure deparment; the program was implemented in 2008
- Has conducted lessons and clinics for individuals ages 9-18 at Churchland Park in Portsmouth
- Native of Norfolk, where he was the No. 1 player for Maury High School; a four-year starter for the Commodores, who won a state championship his senior year
- Received a tennis scholarship to study and compete at George Washington University