USTA Collegiate and Infrastructure Consultant
Scott Treibly has been involved with college tennis for the last 25 years as an administrator, coach and player. For the last 5 years he has acted as a USTA Collegiate and Infrastructure Consultant. Prior to that he spent 15 years at the IMG Academy as a coach and college placement director. Treibly was an assistant coach at Texas A&M University as part of three Big 12 Championships and No. 4 national ranking. He played at the University of New Mexico and University of Kentucky, participating in the NCAA Team and Individual Championships.
Head of Collegiate Tennis
Tim Cass currently serves as the Head of Collegiate Tennis at the USTA after previously serving as General Manager of the USTA National Campus for more than four years. Cass came to the USTA in 2016 after an extensive career in college athletics as both a coach and administrator. A former All-American tennis player at the University of New Mexico, Cass went on to coach at his alma mater followed by a decade-long stint as the coach at Texas A&M. He returned to New Mexico in 2006 as the Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Athletics Director. Tim was inducted into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Hall of Fame in 2011 and the University Of New Mexico Hall Of Honor in 2012.
Manager, Collegiate Tennis
Brian Ormiston has built just over 20 years of experience in college sports. He joined the USTA Collegiate team in 2016, focusing on hosting college events at the National Campus, recruiting education and digital production. Prior to the USTA, he spent 15 seasons in media relations at Michigan State, Niagara and UCF, leading the PR efforts for several sports during that time including tennis and football.