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    Krzysztof Kwinta
    Krzysztof Kwinta

    Position:
    Assistant Coach

    Experience:
    2nd Season

    E-mail:
    kwinta@usc.edu

    07/22/2013

    USC's USA Women Win Bronze At World University Games

    Sabrina Santamaria's singles silver helps lift Trojans to the podium.

    04/17/2013

    Trojan Tennis Takes On the World

    USC's men's and women's tennis teams will represent the USA at the World University Games.

    04/17/2013

    Trojan Tennis Takes On the World

    USC's men's and women's tennis teams will represent the USA at the World University Games.

    01/04/2013

    Trojan Tennis Stands Tall To Start 2013

    USC men rank No. 2 and women are No. 4 as the 2013 campaigns begin.

    Kris Kwinta enters his second season as assistant coach at USC, having served as an assistant for four seasons at UCLA, his alma mater. Kwinta was a graduate assistant to the Bruins in 2008. In 2010, Kwinta was named the ITA Assistant Coach of the Year for the Southwest Region.

    Kwinta played two seasons at UCLA, most notably winning the clinching match in the Bruins' 4-3 upset of Baylor to win the 2005 NCAA Championship. He would go on to earn NCAA All-Tournament honors for his efforts in that championship run. In his 2004 and 2005 seasons at UCLA, Kwinta posted a career singles record of 59-22 and a career doubles mark of 62-24. He earned ITA All-America honors in doubles in 2004 after he and partner Alberto Francis finished the year ranked No. 7 in the country. The duo went 33-15 that season, earning Pac-10 Doubles Team of the Year honors. Kwinta also finished the season ranked No. 94 in singles in the Final ITA Rankings. In 2005, he posted a 26-9 overall singles record, including a 29-9 mark in doubles play. He earned 2004 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention, finishing the season ranked No. 65 in singles and No. 20 in doubles with Francis in the final ITA Rankings.

    A former member of the Polish National Team, Kwinta was ranked as high as No. 2 in singles and No. 1 in doubles in the Polish Junior Rankings. He has represented Poland at the Davis Cup in doubles, teaming with former Bruin Marcin Matkowski. Kwinta is a native of Poznan, Poland. He received his bachelor's degree in polotical science from UCLA in 2008.