Chad Berryhill joined the UCF coaching staff as an assistant in August 2010. Berryhill came to UCF after an impressive tenure as the women's head coach at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa.
During Berryhill's first campaign at UCF, the Knights faced one of the nation's toughest schedules during the spring of 2011. UCF played 10 nationally-ranked opponents. Off the court, Berryhill helped the Knights shine in the classroom as seven players earned spots on the Conference USA Commissioner's Academic Honor
Berryhill spent five years at Hillsborough, developing one of the top programs in the country. The Lady Hawks claimed the National Junior College Athletic Association national title in 2008 and were runners-up in 2006, 2007 and 2009. In 2010, Hillsborough went 18-5 and finished third nationally. Olivia Howlett won the singles national championship and was selected as the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Player of the Year.
Hillsborough won four-consecutive Florida Community College Activities Association state titles under Berryhill, including the crown in 2010. Berryhill also helped nine of his players sign with four-year universities. He coached NJCAA All-America selections during his time in Tampa.
Before moving to Hillsborough, Berryhill spent four years as a high school coach in Michigan, working at Grand Ledge and Big Rapids. He is a graduate of Ferris State and holds a specialized degree in professional tennis management.
Berryhill is a USPTA and PTR certified tennis professional. He has also worked for the Nike Tennis Camps at Michigan State, Court One Athletic Club in Lansing, Mich., and as director of tennis at Brynwood Country Club in Milwaukee, Wis. He has also done special projects and training for Florida State, Texas A&M and Harvard. At Hillsborough, he served as the administrative director of Steve Smith Tennis and was the facility manager for the HCC Tennis Complex.