Women's Tennis

Hokies announce Forster as women's tennis assistant coach

Former Colorado, North Florida student-athlete comes to Blacksburg after season coaching with UNF

BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech women’s tennis announced the addition of Megan Forster as an assistant coach for the program on Tuesday.

Forster, who played at Colorado and North Florida, comes to Blacksburg after a season-long stint as a women’s tennis student assistant coach and men’s tennis director of operations for the Ospreys.

While in her most recent roles, the London, England native assisted with planning and managing tennis and conditioning sessions, organizing community opportunities, complying with NCAA rules and schedule regulations, marketing and social media outreach and stringing rackets for the women’s program. Furthermore, Forster assisted the men’s program with organizing travel.

As a player during the 2023 season, Forster was part of North Florida’s ASUN regular season and tournament champion team.

While at Colorado, Forster was twice named All-Pac-12 honorable mention in 2021 and 2022, while playing as high as No. 2 in the Buffaloes’ lineup.

From her sophomore year on, Forster was an ITA Scholar-Athlete throughout her career and graduated with a Master’s in Communication Management from North Florida, while being recognized for having the highest GPA in the program. At Colorado, she was team camptain and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee representative.