Christo Schultz
Christo Schultz
Title: Assistant Coach
Phone: 781-736-3793
Year: 2nd
Previous College: Harvard '15

Christo Schultz joins Brandeis for his second season as Assistant Coach to the men's and women's tennis teams after helping the Judges to two of the best finishes in program history, with the men finishing the season ranked 8th in Division III and the women 9th after making their first-ever NCAA tournament appearance.

Previously, he coached at Tufts University, where he was Assistant Coach to the men’s tennis team for three-plus seasons. In his time at Tufts, the men’s program rose in the national rankings each year with the program finishing the 2017-18 campaign ranked inside the top 20. 

For the past year, Schultz has also worked as the high-performance manager at the New England Academy of Tennis, where he's developed and coached top male and female juniors in New England. He will bring both technical tennis expertise and a strong passion for the game to the men's and women's programs at Brandeis.

"It's clear that hiring Christo is a big step for Brandeis Tennis," says head coach Ben Lamanna. His elite tennis knowledge will be huge in leading Brandeis Men's and Women's tennis to the next level.  He will be a tremendous asset for our student-athletes technically, tactically, and mentally.  I also look forward to partnering with Christo as we develop the next leaders of Brandeis University."

Schultz has played tennis professionally across the globe and has served as a hitting partner for various top 100 ATP professionals. He is a graduate of Harvard University, where he competed on the men's varsity tennis program and was awarded First Team, All-Ivy League at the No. 1 doubles position and reached a national ranking of No. 14 in the country. In the juniors, Schultz reached a high ranking of No. 1 in New England and No. 16 in the country.

Throughout his 12 years playing and coaching tennis, Schultz has also coached at a multitude of clubs and tennis academies nationally and internationally. In addition, he is the commissioner and COO for the Boston Tennis Tour, a semi-professional tennis league promoting high-level tennis across the Boston region.