Brian Maher is head coach of the Middle School girls tennis teams and is an assistant coach of varsity boys tennis, varsity girls tennis, and junior varsity girls ice hockey.
Brian graduated high school from Dallas Jesuit, where he played varsity tennis for four years and played hockey, basketball, and soccer recreationally outside of school. Brian subsequently attended Villanova University, where he was a four- year tennis player, playing at the top of the Wildcats’ lineup in both singles and doubles. Brian captained the tennis team his junior and senior years, and was a Big East Academic All-Star seven out of eight semesters. Brian further was a part of Villanova’s Service Learning Community, in which students on a weekly basis would venture to different schools in Philadelphia for the purposes of tutoring high school students with their academic studies. Following graduation from Villanova, Brian attended law school at the New England School of law, graduated with a J.D., and practiced litigation and estate planning for nine years prior to joining the MBS community.
While practicing law, Brian coached tennis collegiately as an assistant coach for the women’s Seton Hall tennis program, as an assistant coach for the men’s and women’s tennis programs at Stevens Institute of Technology, and as the head coach for the women’s tennis team at Caldwell University. Brian has also taught tennis at the club level, as well as with the Maplewood, New Jersey, recreational department.
Brian is a member of the New Jersey Bar Association, and keeps his license to practice law active. Brian also speaks proficient Italian and Spanish, and loves watching both tennis and hockey when he has free time. Brian lives in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, with his wife and two daughters.