CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced today (June 12) that Virginia head coach Andres Pedroso has repeated as the Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year.

Pedroso guided his No. 5 seed Cavaliers to win the 2023 NCAA Championship, the second-straight title for the team. UVA posted a 30-4 record, including their third straight 12-0 run through the conference schedule and third-straight ACC tournament championship. Virginia won 22 straight matches to close out the season.

Pedroso was also the 2022 Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year after guiding the No. 7 seed Cavaliers to the NCAA title, winning 23 consecutive matches to close out that campaign. He was the 2014 ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year in his previous stint with the Cavaliers.

He is the first coach since the award began in 1973 to earn the honor in back-to-back seasons.

“Congratulations to Andres Pedroso on being named the Wilson/ITA National Coach of the Year for the second straight year,” said Virginia director of athletics Carla Williams. “We are so proud of you, your staff and the young men in your program. It is great to see your peers recognize what we have the opportunity to witness every day: your care and dedication to building and sustaining an extraordinary program that lives out the values of the University of Virginia each day.”

This is the fourth time a UVA head coach has been named the ITA’s national award winner with Brian Boland earning the recognition in 2008 and 2016.

This is the 36th time that a Virginia head coach has earned been named the national coach of the year in their respective sports. Women’s swimming head coach Todd DeSorbo also earned national coach of the year honors this season.