Jini Morgan is in her fifth season as the head coach of the Taylor women's tennis program in 2017-2018.
In her previous four years at the helm for the Trojans, TU has gone 42-33 behind a trio of 11-win campaigns. Morgan has also seen five players earn All-Crossroads League recognition.
Morgan took over TU’s program in 2013 after leading the Yorktown High School boys and girls tennis programs from 2009 through 2013 and serving as a tennis instructor and adult program director at the Muncie YMCA. Morgan worked for 14 years at Prayer Point Press before beginning her coaching career.
Morgan was named the Hoosier Heritage Girls’ Tennis Coach of the Year in 2010. After taking over a Yorktown boys’ program that failed to win a match in 2008, Morgan led the Tigers to a second place finish in the Hoosier Heritage Conference and was named the Boys Tennis’ Coach of the Year in 2013.
Morgan received her undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Evansville and her master’s degree in coaching and athletic administration from Concordia University-Irvine.
An accomplished player, Morgan is a former champion of the Delaware County Tennis Tournament and the USTA District Tournament and was also a USTA mixed doubles national finalist.
Morgan has also served on the board of directors for the USTA Central Indiana Tennis Association, the YMCA Board of Managers, and helped to organize multiple mission trips to Kazakhstan through her home church of Union Chapel in Muncie.
Janet Goff is in her fifth season as an assistant coach for the women's tennis program in 2017-2018.
Goff currently resides in Yorktown, Indiana, where she has previously served as an assistant coach for both the boys and girls tennis teams at Yorktown High School. While there, Goff also taught high school beginners and helped the junior varsity girls team to an undefeated season.
Goff started playing tennis at the age of 53 and has advanced to the senior nationals held in Phoenix, Arizona. Goff has been a captain for twelve seasons for USTA teams that have advanced to postseason play, and has also served as a volunteer teacher at a local YMCA.
In addition to her role as a tennis coach, Goff has been a partner in a Christian publishing company since 1996, coordinating prayer seminars across the country for national teacher and author Terry Teykl.
Goff is married with three children and ten grandchildren and is the mother of head coach Jini Morgan.