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Harry Jadun
Harry  Jadun

Assistant Coach


Harry Jadun Named Assistant Men’s Tennis Coach

Jadun earned All-America honors in doubles for the Spartans in 2015.

Jadun enters his first season as an assistant coach for the Spartans. For the past two seasons, Jadun served as a volunteer assistant coach with MSU.

A four-year letterwinner from 2011-15, Jadun was a part of the first Spartan doubles team to earn All-America honors in school history, as he advanced all the way to the semifinals of the 2015 NCAA Championships along with partner John Patrick Mullane.

Jadun excelled in doubles for the Spartans, winning 82 doubles matches overall during his career. He also won 49 singles matches. Jadun ended his career in thrilling fashion, becoming one of just three All-Americans in program history after he and Mullane won three matches in the NCAA Doubles Championships in 2015. Jadun and Mullane knocked out the No. 2, No. 28 and No. 14 seeds en route to the semifinals, and the duo ended the season with a record of 21-15, including 8-1 in the Big Ten and 10 wins over ranked opponents. Overall, Jadun's 26 doubles wins led the team that season.

During his sophomore season in 2012-13, Jadun helped the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance and recorded a victory at No. 6 singles in the first-round matchup against Tulsa.

A three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, Jadun graduated in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in English.

A native of East Lansing, Jadun was a three-time captain and four-year letterwinner at East Lansing High School. He won an individual state title as a junior and helped the Trojans win the team state championships during his freshman and sophomore years. Jadun was a three-time all-state honoree and earned all-conference and all-district honors all four years.

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