Christa Macsay is in the midst of her second season as assistant coach for the Army women's tennis team. Macsay, a member of Georgia's 2000 NCAA Championship team, came to West Point after a two-year assistant coaching stint at her alma mater from 2005-06.
In 2005, Georgia went 18-8, advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals and ended the year ranked ninth nationally. In 2006, Georgia posted a 13-10 mark, reached the NCAA round of 32 and concluded the year ranked 25th nationally.
A native of Seminole, Fla., and 2001 graduate of the University of Georgia, the former Christa Grey returned to the Bulldogs after spending the 2003-04 season as an assistant at North Carolina State University. Prior to serving on the Wolfpack staff, Macsay was an assistant teaching professional at the Knoxville (Tenn.) Racquet Club. She also assisted with summer camps hosted by the University of Georgia and the Bardmoor Golf and Tennis Club.
A former nationally ranked collegiate tennis player, Macsay is one of just five tennis letterwinners in school history to receive the UGA Lewis Leadership Award. This award goes to students who are the embodiment of dedication, motivation, discipline, positive attitude and who seek the good of the group above personal gain.
A two-time Academic All-SEC selection, she helped Georgia win the 2000 NCAA team title, the 2000 SEC title and the 2001 SEC Tournament title. The Bulldogs advanced to the NCAA Championships and finished in the top five of the national poll in each of her four seasons.