Baylor Athletics Hall of Famer Lenka Broosova returned to Baylor as the Associate Head Coach in December of 2020.
Broosova comes to Baylor following a seven-year stint as an Assistant Coach at the University of Tulsa. There, she helped lead the Golden Hurricane to three American Athletic Conference titles in 2015, 2016 and 2018. She was promoted to Associate Head Coach in 2017, and she also helped guide Tulsa to the NCAA Round of 16 in 2018 while the program achieved its highest NCAA ranking at No. 14.
Prior to her time at Tulsa, she played two years professionally from 2011-12 and was Baylor’s Director of Tennis Operations from 2010-11.
Broosova should be no stranger to Baylor tennis fans. Her impressive resume on the court for the Bears resulted in a 2020 induction into the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame. She left Baylor with 154 singles wins and 120 career doubles victories – both of which stand as the all-time record.
A three-time All-American in doubles and two-time All-American in singles, Broosova was named the Big 12 Player of the Year as a senior in 2010. She helped Baylor to a sweep of the Big 12 regular-season and tournament titles in her four-year career (2007-10) and four NCAA Tournament appearances, including the NCAA semifinals in 2008 and the quarterfinals as a senior when the Bears achieved their first-ever No. 1 ranking.
Broosova graduated from Baylor in 2010 with a degree in speech communication, and she is a native of Banksa Bystrica, Slovakia.
Broosova's Collegiate Playing Resume
- NCAA All-American (Singles), 2008, 2010
- NCAA All-American (Doubles), 2008, 2009, 2010
- NCAA All-Tournament, 2008, 2009
- 2010 Big 12 Player of the Year
- First-Team All-Big 12 (Singles), 2007-2010
- First-Team All-Big 12 Doubles (2008-2010)
- Big 12 No. 1 Singles and No. 1 Doubles Champion, 2010
- 154 career singles wins (1st all-time)
- 120 career doubles wins (1st all-time)
- 846 career singles win percentage (3rd all-time)
- 745 career doubles win percentage (5th all-time)
- 52 wins in 2007-08 (1st all-time)
- 37 wins in 2006-07 (7th all-time)
- 34 wins in 2009-10 (t-9th all-time)
- 36 doubles wins in 2007-08 (2nd all-time)
Broosova's Collegiate Coaching Resume
Associate Head Coach, University of Tulsa (2016-2020)
- Combined 67-25 record
- 2018 AAC Tournament title
- 2018 NCAA Round of 16
- 2017 NCAA Tournament
Assistant Coach, University of Tulsa (2014-2016)
- Two NCAA Tournament Appearances
- Combined 38-16 record
- 2016 AAC Tournament title
- 2015 AAC Tournament title