Hometown: Collinsville, Ill.
Alma Mater: Concordia University, Nebraska
Amy Harms, formerly Streuter, entered her sixth year as head coach for the Bulldogs in 2012-13. She transitioned to a role in tennis operations when Sam Nelson took over as head coach on March 4, 2013. Harms previously served as Concordia's assistant tennis coach prior to being elevated to head coach.
The Concordia men's squad was 10-9 overall and 4-3 in the GPAC in 2011 and 14-6 overall and 4-3 in the GPAC in 2010. The Bulldog women posted an 11-8 overall record with a 6-2 GPAC mark in 2011. In 2010, the women were 10-7 overall and 6-2 in conference play. Overall, the Concordia men went 49-43 and the women 53-33 under the direction of Coach Harms in her five-plus years as head coach.
In her first season, Harms was named the the 2008 GPAC women's tennis coach of the year. Harms graduated from Concordia with a bachelors degree in 2004 and a masters in curriculum and instruction in 2005. Harms was a multi-sport athlete, participating in both tennis and basketball.
On the basketball court, Harms was an All-GPAC selection and was a member of the Bulldog squad that won an NAIA record 33 straight games. She was also an NAIA Scholar-Athlete.
In addition, Harms serves as Concordia's Director of Strength and Conditioniong. She is also the assistant women's basketball coach and an HHP Instructor at Concordia.
Contact Coach Harms
- 402-643-7381 (office) • Amy.Harms@cune.edu
Hometown: St. George, Barbados
Alma Mater: Ouchita Baptist University
Ingrahm enters his first season in 2012-13 as assistant coach for both the Bulldog men's and women's tennis programs.
Ingrahm comes to Concordia following a collegiate career in which he played for Abraham Baldwin Argicultural College (ranked No. 3 post-season at the National Junior College Athletic Association level) and Ouachita Baptist University (ranked No. 4 nationally in NCAA Division II upon Ingrahm’s arrival).
Ingrahm earned a degree in Business Management from OBU in 2012 and was also the recipient of the Jerry Forehand award, given to a collegiate senior who demonstrates outstanding character.
In 2010 he was also ranked fifth in his native country of Barbados. It is there during his summer and Christmas vacation where he serves as a tennis pro at the world renowned Sandy Lane resort.
He first learned of Concordia when he was interning for the US Senate on Capitol Hill during the summer of 2012.
His aims for the near future are to grow the Bulldog men’s and women’s tennis programs and help guide them to an appearance at the NAIA National Championships.
Contact Coach Ingrahm