Bo Hodge

Associate Head Coach
Third Season
OU Coaching Staff
Bo Hodge

Bo Hodge enters his third season as an assistant coach of the University of Oklahoma men's tennis program. Formerly one of the nation's top collegiate and junior players, Hodge was formerly the assistant at the University of Alabama for three seasons.

Hodge was promoted from OU assistant coach to associate head coach in July 2013 following Oklahoma's second straight Big 12 Tournament Championship and second-ever NCAA Round of 16 appearance.

A former star for the University of Georgia before pursuing a career on the professional circuit, Hodge earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications at UGA where he returned to complete his studies after several years on the professional tour as a player and coach.

During his coaching stent at Alabama, Hodge was selected as one of two coaches in 2010 and 2011 to lead the USTA Men's Summer Collegiate Team. The USTA Summer Collegiate Team provides an elite training program for the top American collegiate tennis players and gives them exposure to the USTA Pro Circuit.

In addition, Hodge boasts an impressive resume that includes serving as a coach and hitting partner for Venus and Serena Williams in 2005-06 and coaching ATP professional Mardy Fish in 2007 and 2008. Hodge served as a volunteer coach at Georgia under head coach Manuel Diaz from August 2006 to May 2008, helping lead the Bulldogs to consecutive NCAA national championships. 

As a player for the Bulldogs, Hodge was a four-time All-American from 2001-04 while playing on three Southeastern Conference championship teams (2001, 2002 and 2004) and one national championship team (2001). Hodge was the No. 2-ranked collegiate player in the nation in both 2001 and 2004 and was consistently ranked in the nation's top five in both singles and doubles. In 2004, he and teammate John Isner reached the NCAA Doubles finals.

Prior to attending Georgia, Hodge had an outstanding career in junior tennis where he led Athens Academy to the 1998 Class A High School state title as a sophomore. After helping the Spartans win the title, Hodge moved to Boca Raton, Fla., to study under famed South African coach Stanford Boster while attending Boca Prep, where he was teammates with John's brother, Andy Roddick.

A native of Athens, Ga., Hodge is the son of Mark and Suzette Hodge. His father is a former Georgia football star and was a tight end and offensive captain of the 1978 Bulldogs.

 The Hodge File
 Hometown  Athens, Ga.
 Education  Georgia, 2004

 Coaching Experience
 2012-2013, Oklahoma Assistant Coach
 2009-2011, Alabama Assistant Coach
 2006-2008, Georgia Volunteer Assistant
 2007-2008, Personal Coach for Mardy Fish
 2005-2006, Personal Coach for Venus and Serena Williams
 Playing Experience
 2001-2004, Georgia
 Playing Honors
 Four-time All-American (2001-04)
 2004 NCAA Doubles runner-up
 NCAA Team National Champions in 2001
 Nation's No. 2 ranked player in 2001 & 2004