Tim Madden is the Director of Junior Tennis at the Schwartz Tennis
Center / Purdue University.
Madden coached the Purdue University men's tennis team from 1994 to
2009. One of the most respected coaches in the Big Ten, Coach Madden
helped turn the Boilermaker program into a contender on the
conference, regional, and national level. His teams made a habit of
finishing in the upper half of the Big Ten Conference and competing in
the NCAA Championships. Madden was named Big Ten Coach of the Year
and MCC Coach of the Year for his successes. He coached many
individual success stories including a Big Ten singles champion, top
nationally-ranked singles and doubles players, academic award winners,
and sportsmanship honorees.
As a standout student-athlete, Madden competed at the University of
Wisconsin and became a three-time All-Big Ten player, NCAA
Championships performer, and a recipient of the Big Ten Sportsman of
the Year Award in 1987 and 1988. After earning his bachelor's degree
in economics from Wisconsin, Madden served as the Assistant Coach at
the University of Michigan where he coached two All-Americans and
earned a master's degree in kinesiology.