Stas Glukhov
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Moscow, Russia
Alma Mater: Idaho
Graduating Year: 2010
Assistant coach Stanislav Glukhov knows what it takes to be a competitor in college tennis. As as a freshman he played 18 singles matches at the number 1 position for Idaho and teamed up with Danny Plesha to post a 7-5 record in doubles.  As a sophomore Glukhov and teammate Andrey Potapkin won the doubles title at the Gonzaga-Eastern Washington Classic.  He finished fall play 24th in singles and 14th in doubles for the region.

In 2007 Glukhov won the ITF Under-18 World Governors Cup in St. Petersburg, Russia. In the 2008-09 season he never played below the number 2 position, went 1-0 against national top-50 opponents after beating James Meredith from Boise State.  Glukhov finished the season with appearances in the finals of the Boise State Fall Classic and quarterfinals of the Clay Court Nationals. As a senior  Glukhov finished 21-6 in singles matches in the spring, going 3-0 at the No. 2 spot. On the doubles side Glukhov went 19-7 overall in the spring including 2-2 in WAC play. He went 12-4 at the No. 2 spot and 7-3 at No. 3. He went 11-9 in singles during the fall and 4-3 in doubles

The right handed player was a top-15 junior player in Russia as well as the singles champion at the Sochi Championships. Stanislav graduated from the University of Idaho in 2010 with a degree in Management and Human Resources from the School of Business. The alum was born June 3, 1989 to parents Sergey and Julia Glukhova in his hometown of Moscow, Russia. 

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