Voight gives a boost to victorious UT tennis team


Dr. Mike Voight, a professor of Physical Education and Human Performance, not only teaches undergrad and graduate sport/exercise psychology and leadership courses at Central, but he continues to work as a mental performance/leadership consultant to top athletic programs. 

Recently, the University of Texas men’s tennis program won the regular season Big 12 title and progressed to the national team championship match against TCU in Stillwater, Oklahoma, last month, beating UCLA, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Wake Forest along the way. Despite an early lead, the match was even at 3-3 until TCU sealed the championship with a 4-3 score. Voight has worked with this team for the past five years, winning the Big 12 twice with two national championship appearances. He also has a client competing in the Paris Olympics this summer. She helped her team win its first Gold Medal in Tokyo in 2020.