|Experience:||Winston-Salem State, 1974|
Michael Vincent McCoy is enshrined into the Winston-Salem State University Clarence E. “Big House” Gaines Athletic Hall of Fame after a great career with Rams tennis. He was a four-year letterwinner with Rams tennis from 1970-74. He is a 1974 honors graduate of Winston-Salem State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. He was Vice President of the Senior Class and was National President of Nu Gamma Alpha Fraternity. He was also named to the “Who’s Who Among American College and University Students”. After his career at WSSU, McCoy continued his tennis career competing in the competitive interstate play with the Kimberly Park Tennis club since 1990. He has also competed in the United State Tennis Association (USTA) since 1990 as well. He has competed in numerous local and interstate tournaments in many states along the east coast since 1995. He was certified as a referee and umpire by the USTA and the International Tennis Association (ITA). He has also been certified at the Tennis Instructor and Coaches Clinic by the Durham Orange County Tennis Association in 2006. He has earned numerous individual awards in both individual and doubles play. He has been a member of the United State Tennis Association (USTA) from 2006-present. He served his community as an Assistant Chief of Police in the Winston-Salem Police Department from 1974 until his retirement in 2003.