Volunteer Assistant Coach
Billy Federhofer was named a volunteer assistant coach with Barry University men's tennis team in January 2014.
Federhofer has taught lessons and worked clinics at Sans Souci Tennis Center in North Miami since 2009. He also spent the latter part of his collegiate career assiting with coaching duties.
He played at the University of Florida from 2009-13. As a junior, he was ranked as high as No. 4 in the country in doubles. In his sophomore year, he went 21-16 in singles and 25-11 in doubles, and clinched the Gators Southeastern Conference Tournament semifinals match win over No. Tennessee. He was named the team's Most Improved Player that year.
Federhofer compiled a 58-43 overall singles record, including a 33-18 mark in dual matches. He went 78-47 in doubles with a 46-28 record in dual matches. Federhofer was a three-year starter before getting injured in his senior year. Following his injury, he assisted in on-court coaching with the Gators.
Prior to Florida, while attending Krop High in Miami, Federhofer won the 18s title and earned a sportsmanship award while playing in the Clay Court Nationals in Delray Beach, Fla. He also won the 2006 Boys 16s USTA National Open Championships in Pensacola, Fla.
He earned his bachelor's degree in telecommunications from the University of Florida in May 2013. He lives in North Miami.