Younes Limam enters his third season as the assistant coach for the men's and women's teams. Limam brings a wealth of experience to the UTA tennis program, having played and coached at the collegiate and professional levels.
In his first year at UTA, Limam helped coach the Mavericks to the finals of the conference championships.
As a player, Limam has consistently been in the top-three best Moroccan Juniors in the country, and was a member of the Moroccan Junior Davis Cup, where he represented Morocco in several international tournaments.
Prior to college, Limam played Futures for a year in more than ten countries, where recorded wins over players ranked as high as 200 ATP. Limam reached a career high of #11 in Morocco before attending Drury University from 1999 to 2003.
In his four years on the team, he contributed to four consecutive Division II top-five finishes in the country, including placing second in the nation in 2002. Limam holds the second highest amount of singles wins with a 87-17 overall record in the school's history. As a senior, Limam was named the Panthers team captain.
After graduating, Limam began his coaching career at the University of Central Oklahoma as a graduate assistant from 2004-2006, where he helped coach both teams.
Liman recieved his master's degree in business administration (MBA). While in Oklahoma, he worked as a tennis professional at Oak Tree Country Club, coaching advanced junior players.
Limam resides in Arlington with his wife Kristen, to whom he has been married for three years.