Brian Sullivan joined the women's tennis program in October 2010 as an assistant coach.
A native of Denver, Colo., Sullivan has coached at the national, collegiate and professional levels and was most recently a volunteer assistant coach under coach Tina Samara at Louisiana-Lafayette. In addition to working with the Ragin’ Cajuns, Sullivan was also the tennis pro at the City Club at River Ranch, where he developed a new junior program for the tournament players while training adults and nationally-ranked players.
From 2003-08, Sullivan was the Academy Director for the Harvest House Millennium Hotel in Boulder, Colo. In 2006, Marek Dvorak and Jeremy Wurtzman were among the players he coached. Dvorak was an NCAA Division I player and eighth-ranked junior from the Czech Republic, while Wurtzman was a member of the USTA High Performance National Team and reached a world ranking of No. 210 in doubles and No. 390 in singles.
Sullivan played collegiately two seasons at California-Irvine and two seasons at Arizona State where he was the captain for the Sun Devils. He graduated from Arizona State with a degree in general business administration in 1982.
Sullivan is married to Tina Samara.