CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia director of tennis Andres Pedroso announced that Treat Huey has been promoted from volunteer assistant to full-time assistant coach for the Cavaliers.

“We are so excited to promote Treat Huey as a full-time Assistant Coach for our program,” Pedroso said.  “Treat’s experience, knowledge and passion for UVA Tennis are unmatched and have been real difference-makers for our team over the last two seasons.  Nobody is more excited about this announcement than our student-athletes, thanks to the profound impact that Treat has had on each and every one of them as a member of our coaching staff.”

Huey joined Andres Pedroso’s coaching staff as a volunteer assistant coach in March of 2022, working with the team through the ACC Championship, and returned as a volunteer assistant in February of 2023, helping to lead the team to its second-straight NCAA title.

Huey is one of the Cavaliers’ most successful professional players, The doubles specialist has won eight career ATP doubles titles, including three 500-level tournaments, and made the 2013 1000-level ATP Masters Indian Wells final. Ranked as high as No. 18 in the world, he has appeared in 28 Grand Slams, including advancing to the Wimbledon semifinals in 2016.

Huey has also represented the Philippines nine times in the Davis Cup and is a three-time gold medalist at the Southeast Asian Games. He played for World Team Tennis’ Washington Kastles in 2012.

As a student-athlete at UVA, Huey was a two-time All-American, a four-time All-ACC honoree and the 2008 ACC Championship MVP. He helped lead the Cavaliers to their first ITA National Team Indoor Championship in 2008. He spent 17 weeks ranked with a No. 1 ITA doubles ranking and holds the program record for career doubles victories with 134 and is ranked second in combined doubles and singles wins with 263.

Huey graduated from Virginia in 2008 and lives in Charlottesville with his wife, Charlotte, and their two children, Lily and Felix.