Bob Migliorini is an avid tennis player and has coached children from ages 5 to 22 for over fifteen years. He is the Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT and the Girls Varsity Tennis Coach at North Haven High School, which provides the program with a great pool of volunteer resources. Bob is also a Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) certified tennis instructor in the areas of 10 & Under Development, 11 to 17 Development, Performance Development, and Adult Development. He holds USTA records for the longest single game not completed (1 hour and 45 minutes) and the longest single point not completed (50 minutes), both of which occurred during an extraordinary June 1995 USTA league singles match in Trumbull, CT. The longest single point is included in the Bud Collins’ Tennis Encyclopedia, 3rd edition, to exemplify the definition of a “Rally” in Chapter 10 – Tennis Lingo.
He is leading the North Haven, CT program in conjunction with his wife Maureen and his daughter Alyssa. Bob and Maureen’s 3-year old son Aidan is on the autism spectrum so they wanted to find a way to connect him with the sport that his dad loves so much and also to help him build his social and play skills through the ACEing Autism Connecticut network.