Coach Bergeron joins the Lions after serving as the head coach at the Wentworth Institute of Technology and Merrimack College. While at Merrimack he lead the Men's team to a Northeast-10 Conference Title in 2015, and was the 2015 NE-10 Men's Tennis Coach of the Year. Prior to coaching at Merrimack, Bergeron also served as head coach at the University of Southern Maine, where he lead the Men's team to their first Little East Conference title and first NCAA tournament appearance since 2007. He was voted the 2014 Little East Men's Tennis Coach of the Year.
Coach Bergeron graduated from Stonehill College with a BA in Psychology. He played on their varsity tennis team where he was a 6-time All-Conference Selection and made the NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll. He also served as team captain during his senior year.
When not coaching, Bergeron competes in USTA adult leagues including the men's 4.5, 8.0 mixed, and 9.0 mixed leagues. He has gone to nationals in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Named Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year, 2015
Coach Munsey has extensive coaching experience as well as collegiate playing experience. He attended Colby-Sawyer College where he graduated with a degree in Sport Management and a Minor in Business Administration (Class of 2007)
While at Colby Sawyer he was a 4 year varsity athlete on the Men's Tennis Team and a captain during the 2006 and 2007 seasons. He made the Commonwealth Coast Conference All-conference team 3 times and finished his career with 81 victories, 3rd all-time in program history.
Most recently Coach Munsey was the head coach at Assumption College, a Division II school, for both the Men's and Women's Tennis teams. In his last season with Assumption both teams had winning conference and overall records.
Andy Severance served three seasons as a volunteer assistant coach with the men's and women's tennis team at Merrimack College between 2013 and 2016. In that time both men’s and women’s teams were Northeast-10 regular season and tournament champions. He served as assistant tennis coach for Franklin Pierce men’s tennis between for two seasons 2016 and 2018. In that time the team went from ninth to fourth in the standings and made their first playoff appearance for 12 years.
A 2006 Merrimack alum and former member of the men's tennis team, Severance joined the Warriors as a sophomore in 2003 during former head coach Chris Stevens' first season with the program. Severance started for the team in both singles and doubles throughout his three campaigns with the Navy and Gold.
Severance's playing career began at Sumner Memorial High School in East Sullivan, Maine, where he was named conference MVP and team MVP during his senior year.
After earning his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Merrimack in 2006, Severance earned his Master's in Business Administration at Boston College. He currently works at HP Hood LLC as a Senior Treasury Analyst.
Originally from Gouldsboro, Maine, Severance currently resides in South Berwick, ME.