|Title:||The Scott Mead '77 Head Coach for Harvard Men's Tennis|
|Previous College:||Harvard 1972|
David Fish, the Scott Mead '77 Family Head Coach for Harvard Men's Tennis, enters his 39th season with the Crimson after coaching the men’s tennis team to an 18-7 record last season and leading the Crimson to the second round of the NCAA tournament for the third straight season. Fish has brought Harvard to the forefront of men's tennis and into the national limelight since being named head coach in 1976. The Crimson is consistently in the chase for the Ivy League title and among the top teams in the country.
Fish has guided Harvard into the NCAA Championships 22 times, including 10 consecutive seasons from 1990 to 1999. He coached Harvard to its first ever NCAA Tournament victory with a 5-4 win over Drake in 1992, and has coached the Crimson to 15 total NCAA tourney wins.
A 1972 graduate of Harvard, Fish played on three national championship squash teams and one Ivy Champion tennis team with the Crimson. Fish served as captain for both the tennis and squash teams.