|Title:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
Connor Leahy joined the Lewis & Clark staff in the winter of 2018. Prior to joining the Pioneers, Leahy played NCAA Division I tennis at Seattle from 2013-17. He started in every match his freshmen through junior years before hip surgery forced him to miss competition his senior season. While only competing in three full seasons at Seattle, Leahy compiled a total of 48 singles wins, the most in program history since its return to NCAA Div. I.
Leahy was elected a team captain at the end of his freshman season, the youngest player in program history to be chosen. He continued as team captain until he graduated in 2017 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Leahy was also voted team MVP at the end of the 2015-16 season when he won a combined 40 matches throughout the year.
When not coaching at Lewis & Clark, Leahy works as a project manager for Perlo Construction. He also competes on a USTA 5.0+ team with fellow Lewis & Clark coach Pannhara Mam and tennis alumni Kevin Ross and Ben DeLuca.
Leahy was born and raised in Portland and attended Jesuit HS. His parents, Amy and Brian Leahy, both played NCAA Div. I tennis in Oregon and his older brother, Gram, had a successful collegiate career playing at Redlands.