Beginning his 5th season with the Bulldogs, LaRue has a compiled record of 59-20 and 19-4 in AAC play on the men's side. The Bulldog's have won one AAC regular season championship (2015) and three times have made it to the AAC conference championships (2014, 2015, and 2016). He has coached 2 NAIA All-Americans and 2 AAC conference players of the year and 11 All-AAC players. The Bulldog's have succeeded in the class room having 2 Academic All Americans and have 8 players named to the AAC All-AAC academic team. The Bulldogs have finished twice in the NAIA Coaches Top 25 poll; 21st in 2015 and 24th in 2016. Coach LaRue has been named AAC Coach of the Year twice.
Prior to coaching at TWU LaRue coached at Austin Peay State University and Kentucky Wesleyan College. At APSU the men where OVC Runner up and he had 4 players All-OVC first team and coached the OVC player of the year. At KWC he appeared in a NCAA region and had 4 players named to the the GLVC all conference team. Eric resides in Athens with his daughter Natalie.
Franisco Gallordo is starting his first year as Assistant Coach at Tennessee Wesleyan University after a succesful career as a play at TWU. He played for the Bulldogs all 4 years achieving one of the best records in the history of the school. Singles record: 61-23, Doubles record: 59-27, Overall Record: 119-49. Also, he was the captain of the team his junior and senior year, leading the bulldogs to 3 AAC Conference finals and one regular season championship in 2015. He also helped the team to be ranked top 25 in the country in 2015-2016.
In 2015, Francisco participated in the ITA regionals reaching the 4th round in singles, defeating the seed number 9 in the second round, loosing to seed number 5 in the 4th round. Also, during his last year, he was awarded the Stan Harrison Award 2016, for the athlete out of all college athletes that has contributed most to their team. Fransisco was awarded the NAIA character of champion in 2015 and 2016, along with being TWU Character of Champion in 2015. During his Sophomore year, he was a part of the All Conference Team 2014 in AAC Conference and was named Player of the Week, March 2013 in the AAC Conference.
In the classroom, he graduated in 2016 with a bachelor of science in Bussiness Administration with an emphasis in General Managment. He made the Tennesse Wesleyan College Dean's List in 2013 and 2014, and became part of the honor's list of TWU in 2016.