Fath Joins Women's Tennis Staff as Assistant Coach
PRINCETON -- Sadhaf Fath, who spent six seasons as an assistant coach at Ohio State, will join new head coach Laura Granville on the staff at Princeton as the Cornelia Drake and John Van Ryn '28 Assistant Coach.
With Fath on staff, Ohio State reached the NCAA tournament in 2008, 2009 and 2010, winning their first-round match in 2010. The team had an upper-division finish in the Big Ten in each of her last five seasons.
Fath, a native of Warren, N.J., who prepped at Watchung Hills High, is a 2003 Ohio State alumnus who worked at Nebraska during the 2004-05 season before returning to her alma mater through 2011.
While a Buckeye student-athlete, Fath (then Pervez), was the team's Most Valuable Player in 2003, accruing a team-best 27-10 singles record and 22-9 doubles mark that season. For her career, she finished 99-51 in singles, graduating with the third-highest win total in program history. Her 90-47 doubles total allowed her to finish with the fifth-highest win total in program annals. Fath had the team's highest doubles winning percentage in each of her last three seasons.