Martha Davis-Goldstein | Webster University

Martha Davis-Goldstein

Martha Davis-Goldstein head shotPosition

Student Outreach and Success Coordinator

Department

Office of the Dean

Home Campus

St. Louis (Webster Groves)

Education

MS, Sports Administration, University of Northern Colorado
BS, Sports Administration, Simpson College

About

Martha Davis-Goldstein has a wide range of event management experience. She assisted in planning signature fundraising events for the University of Northern Colorado Athletic Department and also managed the daily operation of the comprehensive intramural program at the UNC for two years.

While working for the United States Tennis Association St. Louis, she directed over 20 tournaments each year. Most notable, Davis-Goldstein planned, staffed and directed the 2012 St. Louis Futures Tournament consisting of 370 players and four sites over a four day time frame.

Davis-Goldstein joins the School of Communications after serving the Webster University Athletic Department for eight years. She started as Assistant to the Athletic Director and Assistant Men's and Women's Tennis Coach before assuming management of the Webster Groves Memorial Tennis Center in 2011. In 2013 Davis-Goldstein was named the head women's tennis coach. In her six seasons as Webster's head women's tennis coach, Davis-Goldstein compiled a 65-49 record and led the Gorloks to St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular season and tournament titles in both 2015 and 2018 and was named the SLIAC Coach of the Year in 2015.

She led Webster to four winning seasons, including winning 15 matches each in both 2015 and 2016 and also led the program to NCAA Tournament appearances in both 2015 and 2018. The 2015 squad advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament as they won their opening round match against Hanover. As Webster's coach, Davis-Goldstein coached 14 different All-SLIAC performers, including nine First-Team selections and also coached the SLIAC Players of the Year in 2014 (Marissa Lewis) and 2018 (Monica Behrle) and the SLIAC Newcomer of the Year in 2015 (Behrle). Her 65 wins are second most in the program's history, while her two SLIAC titles are tied for most in school history.