Former Azusa Pacific All-American, David Goodman, became the second head coach in the history of the Cougar women's tennis program in the summer of 2014 following a two-year stint at the helm of the Biola men's tennis program.
In his first season with the Cougars, he directed a young team through a tough schedule to a 14-11 record notching wins over Cal State Los Angeles, UC San Diego, and Point Loma, which finished the season ranked No. 17, 30, and 32 respectively. The Cougars finished their first season under Goodman ranked No. 19 in the NCAA Division II.
In his two seasons with the Eagles he tabbed an 11-33 overall record, although his second season (9-16) yielded the team's highest win total since the program returned in 2007.
Goodman was a time NAIA All-American with the Cougars, posting a 63-28 singles record and a 92-21 mark in doubles play in four seasons. He is one of just five Cougars in the last 15 years to accumulate over 90 doubles victories and one of six players to have over 150 combined victories in that span.
After completing his collegiate career, he became a member of the Cougar coaching staff, helping both the men's and women's team reach the NAIA Quarterfinals in each of his three seasons (2010-12). He was recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association as the 2010 men's national assistant coach of the year and again in 2011 for his work with the women's team.