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2017-18 Women's Tennis Record
Overall CCAC Streak Home Away Neutral
3-1 (.750) 0-0 (.000) Lost 1 1-1 2-0 0-0
2017-18 Women's Tennis Coaches
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Chris Moment
Head Coach- 5th Season

Entering his 5th season with Judson University as the Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach, Coach Moment is excited to see how the continual growth the program is seeing over the years plays out on and off the court. Coach Moment is a USPTR Certified Tennis Instructor and the Assistant Athletic Director. 


Coach Moment has been a proven leader and resource for the tennis program at Judson and looks forward to the higher level of tennis that Judson has been steadily increasing over the years. Tennis has always been part of his family history with his uncle playing in the earlier years of Wimbledon and a greater attention to the sport during the last 10 years as his 3 children started playing competitively. After being a former player for North Central College, he entered the professional world in finance and ministry. He has been part of the private sector in finance for 29 years and leadership over various men's ministry conferences in the Chicago area. He was a former men’s ministry leader and currently attends Harvest Bible Chapel in Aurora. He has two boys and one daughter that all played competitive tennis. Coach Moment’s oldest son Andrew graduated from Judson University and was a four year starter and team captain of the men’s team. His younger son Jon, was also a 4 year starter and team captain. His daughter Rebecca, played competitively in high school and recently graduated from cosmetology school. He has been married for 29 years to Lisa Moment and is fully committed to church, family and the mission of Judson University. 


Over the last few years, Judson’s tennis program has gained international awareness as some international recruiting companies are now actively looking to place top athletes at our university. Many of Coach Moment’s current and former players are teaching tennis at local tennis clubs and camps across the country as well as coaching at the college level while achieving USPTR and USPTA certifications.


The Eagles have made an appearance for the third straight year at the NCCAA National Championship in Mobile, Alabama. Despite the results at this championship, the Eagles have been slowly making an impact against the top teams during this national championship. They are looking forward to the opportunity to continue to represent our North Central Region at a national tournament in the coming years.


2016-2017 season highlights:

  • NCCAA Top 10 Ranking - season ranking of 4th
  • NAIA ranking / receiving votes
  • NCCAA All American 2nd Team player
  • NCCAA All American Honorable Mention – player
  • NCCAA Scholar Athlete
  • NCCAA All Region Team players
  • NCCAA North Central Region “Player of the Year”
  • NCCAA North Central Region “Coach of the Year”
  • CCAC All Conference Team players
  • NCCAA North Central Regional Champion
  • NCCAA National Championship Qualifier – 3rd year in a row
  • NAIA & NCCAA Player of the Week

Coach Moment is committed to continuing the tradition of building up great young men and women that can impact the world in their families, work places and local churches and on the tennis court.


Chris Moment   Cell: 630.675.5186         Email: [email protected]

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Andrew Moment
Grad Assistant

Assistant Coach Andrew Moment was a 2014 graduate of the Judson University education department with a degree in secondary education with a concentration in business and computers. 


Andrew was a starter during his entire four year tennis career at Judson and completed his senior year at No.1 doubles and No.4 singles and one of the captains of the men's team. Since graduation, Andrew has worked as an intern with Wilson Sporting Goods in their global marketing department and has been a certified tennis professional since 2014 at the Vaughn Tennis Center in Aurora and Stonebridge Country Club. Andrew spent this past year as the Head Men's Tennis coach at Aurora University where he took his team to one of the more successful seasons in recent years. Andrew is also a member of the Wilson Advisory Staff for tennis professionals and coaches. Andrew will be pursuing his MBA at Judson during the time as a Graduate Assistant coach and will be an active part of leading the teams to greater challenges in the coming years. Andrew has been married for 2 years to Stephanie Moment and they attend Harvest Bible Chapel and are active members and leaders in the youth group.