Coach Slack enters his sixth season at the helm of the men's and women's tennis programs at ASA College and his third at ASA College Miami.
The 2017 season came up one point shy of being able to repeat as men's and women's national champions. The Lady Storm came up one point shy of tying the eventual champion, settling as the national runner-up. On the men's side, Slack was able to repeat as National Champions. ASA College has won the last four NJCAA men's tennis national championships - New York in 2014 & 2015, Miami in 2016 & 2017.
2016 was historic for Coach Slack, capturing the first National title for ASA Miami on the women's side, then doubling up and taking the trophy home on the men's side as well. Coach Slack was named National Wilson/ITA Women's Coach of the Year.
In 2015 while coaching ASA NY, Coach Slack guided both programs to the NJCAA Division I National Championship. The women's 2015 ride to the National Championship was a historic one. The girls won all nine flights during the National Championships. The men were also on a historic ride and eventually won six of the nine flights to win the National Championship. Coach Slack had both teams ranked #1 in the country for the entire 2014-2015 season and was named Wilson/ITA Men's National Coach of the Year.
In 2014, he led both programs to 2014 NJCAA Division I National Championships. They were the first two national championships ASA College had ever won in any sport since the department's inception in 2008. For his efforts, Slack was named the Max Grubbs Coach of the Year on the men's side and the NJCAA National Championship Coach of the Year on the women's side in 2014.
Slack led the men's and women's teams to 2nd place showings at Nationals in his first year at the helm, improving on the program's 2012 runs (11th and 3rd, respectively).
Coach Slack was named the third Head Coach of Men's & Women's Tennis in the history of ASA College in October 2012.
Slack comes to ASA from Vincennes University, where he was an assistant coach since 2007 and helped led the Trailblazers to the 2011 NJCAA Men's National Championship and was named the 2010 ITA National Assistant Coach of the Year.
As a member of the 2000-01 Trailblazer squad, Slack was the NJCAA national runner-up at Number 2 Doubles as that VU team earned a fourth place finish at the National Championship Finals.
Following his VU playing career, Slack moved on to play at IUPUI from 2001-04 and holds that program's record for most career Singles victories. At IUPUI, Slack earned his bachelor's degree in Fitness and Sports Studies.