Joel Reckewey Athletics
Hometown: Lincoln, Neb.
Alma Mater: University of Nebraska
Joel Reckewey completed his third season as Concordia University’s head men’s and women’s tennis coach in 2016-17. He also fills a game management role for men’s and women’s soccer.
Most recently, Reckewey served as head girl’s tennis coach at Lincoln Christian High School, while also fulfilling a multitude of additional duties. The Lincoln native began Reckewey Tennis inside the Abbott Sports Complex in Lincoln in August of 2013, providing a venue for him to give professional instruction to players of all ability and experience levels. Reckewey will continue to operate his full service tennis LLC alongside his duties at Concordia.
A USPTA certified teaching professional since 2008, Reckewey has also served positions as Nebraska Tennis Academy Coach at the Nebraska Tennis Center (2010-present) and Director of Tennis at Prairie Life Fitness (June 2010-present). He was a professional coach at the Mike Wolf Tennis Academy for more than a year (2006-07).
During his collegiate playing career, Reckewey lettered four times at the University of Nebraska Lincoln from 2001-05. As a prep, he won a Kansas State High School tennis championship in 2000 while competing for Shawnee Mission High School, located in Overland Park, Kan. Before moving to Kansas, Reckewey earned a Class A state tournament runner up finish for Lincoln Southeast High School in 1996.
Post college graduation, Reckewey won the Lincoln Open Tennis Tournament championship in 2011 and the Omaha Holiday Tennis Tournament championship in 2010.
Reckewey, who was born in Omaha, graduated from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration (emphasis in marketing) and minors in psychology and English.
Bulldogs Men Under Coach Reckewey
2015: 3-10 Overall, 1-4 GPAC
2016: 7-12 Overall, 1-4 GPAC
2017: 10-12 Overall, 2-3 GPAC
Total: 20-34 Overall, 4-11 GPAC (3 years)
Bulldogs Women Under Coach Reckewey
2015: 5-11 Overall, 4-3 GPAC
2016: 8-15 Overall, 5-3 GPAC
2017: 9-13 Overall, 3-4 GPAC
Total: 22-39 Overall, 12-10 GPAC (3 years)