Jenn Boehm is currently in her eighth season at the helm of the Cardinal Women's Tennis program. Boehm works as the Athletic Development Coordinator as well, which is a position she started in winter 2018.
During the 2018 season, the Cardinals posted an overall record of 7-14 and went 4-5 in conference play. The program returns all players on the roster for the upcoming season.
In the 2017 season, the Cardinals were 12-10 overall and 7-3 in the conference. The program lost two seniors, Shea Donahue and Danielle Slonac, for the upcoming 2018 season.
During the 2016 season, Saginaw Valley went 15-5 overall and 7-4 in GLIAC play. The program graduated two seniors, including Ana Pico Garcia and Izabella Ismailova.
In the 2015 season, the Cardinals were 12-10 overall and 5-6 in the conference. The program lost one senior, Erin Doud, for the upcoming 2016 season.
In 2014, Boehm's squad went 12-12 overall in the season and had a 4-8 record in the GLIAC. SVSU Tennis lost one senior, Meghan Woody, for the 2015 season.
Boehm's 2013 squad finished the season with a 4-11 overall record and 4-10 in the GLIAC. In 2012, SVSU posted a 13-10 overall record and qualified for the GLIAC Tournament for the second consecutive year, getting a win over Ohio Dominican in the seventh place match.
In 2011, the Lady Cardinals made a late season run which was good enough to clinch a GLIAC Tournament berth, where they finished seventh. The squad was led by Yunjiao Shangguan who received All-GLIAC First Team honors for the second consecutive year. The Cardinals were 8-12 overall on the year and 5-7 in conference play.
Boehm came to SVSU from the Midland Community Tennis Center, where she has directed several different programs since 2005.
Most recently, Boehm served as the Director of Leagues at the Midland Community Tennis Center, where she is responsible for the overall success of approximately 25 leagues and over 250 participants in each quarterly session. She recruits and retains players of all skill levels to maximize participation and creates online schedules, rotations, standings and registration forms to help keep the leagues organized.
Aside from those responsibilities, Boehm serves as the Director of Cardio Tennis at the Tennis Center. She heavily promotes the benefits of on-court cardio fitness and aides in the retention of those benefits through dynamic coaching and appropriate challenges for any level of player. Included in this task, she also trains fellow tennis professionals to lead similar classes.
Boehm also serves as the Director of Middle School Tennis, where she oversees 14 hours per week of instruction for beginner and intermediate level players. She introduces tennis into gym classes and trains physical education teachers in an effort to revive intramural programs in the Midland area.
Another one of Boehm's tasks at the Tennis Center is serving as the Patrons' Lounge Coordinator of the area's most premiere professional tennis event, the Dow Corning Tennis Classic. She coordinates the gourmet dining experience for 5,000 sponsors and guests during the week long tournament. Included in these duties are recruiting, training, scheduling and supervising 50 volunteers for the event.
She also served as the Girls' 18's Junior Wightman Cup Head Coach at Ball State University, where she coached and traveled with the top seven girls from the Northeast Michigan Tennis Association, who competed against other USTA Midwest districts. Boehm was responsible for the transportation and supervision of all players.
Boehm played four years of women's tennis at Saginaw Valley State University, graduating in 2003 with a Bachelor's of Business Administration degree. She served as an assistant coach in the Fall of 2003 for the Cardinal women's tennis program as well.