Jud Shaufler is in his fourth season with the Marquette University men[apos]s tennis program after an extended career in the club ranks in the region.
Shaufler, a former collegiate standout and highly-respected member of the tennis community in the greater Milwaukee area, assists with all areas of the program on a day-to-day basis.
Shaufler[apos]s career has included several stops in director of tennis positions at clubs including Northmoor Country Club (1984-2002) and Western Racquet Club (2002-2010) in Elm Grove, Wis. While at WRC, Shaufler supervised a USTA Men[apos]s Pro Futures Tournament and served as coach of Wisconsin[apos]s 18-and-under Jr. Davis Cup Team in 2010. He has coached a number of players who have reached the collegiate level and worked with the organization of the Milwaukee Tennis Classic.
Shaufler was a member of four conference championship squads (1977-80) at Michigan, where he earned a degree in education. He claimed a pair of Big Ten singles titles (1977, 1978), won the doubles championship on two occasions (1977, 1979) and helped the Wolverines to a trio of NCAA Championship appearances. He went on to compete at the professional level, eventually earning an ATP ranking.
Shaufler was a three-time state singles champion at the Prairie School in Racine, Wis., and four-time title winner in the state[apos]s junior division.
Shaufler and his wife, Cindy, reside in Bristol, Wis., and the couple has two children, Ashley and Brent.