Jenny Marcos enters her sixth season as head tennis coach at Southwestern Christian University. She serves as the head coach for both the men’s and women’s teams.
Marcos is one of the most decorated tennis players in Central Oklahoma history. She was a standout singles and doubles player from the late 1980's who earned all-American honors four times.
Marcos came to the Bronchos from the Philippines in 1986 and promptly captured the District 9 singles title en route to making it to the round of 16 at the NAIA National Tournament to gain all-America recognition.
She followed that with one of the most dominating years in school history in 1986-87, picking up all-American honors for both singles and doubles after putting together a 51-4 record. Marcos repeated as District 9 singles champion and teamed with Kerryn Whittaker to win the doubles title, making it all the way to the finals of the NAIA National Tournament. She came back in 1987-88 to win a third District 9 singles crown and a second consecutive doubles title en route to being named District 9 player of the year and was a singles all-American for the third time. Marcos returned as a senior in 1989-90 to finish her career. She finished with a 136-36 record, going 77-17 in singles and 59-19 in doubles.
Marcos was inducted into the Central Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2007.
Marcos also serves as the tennis director at Santa Fe Family Life Center. She is a certified USPTA teachings professional for both the adult and junior programs.