Lobelo joins the Cougars from UTSA where he served as a graduate assistant during the 2016-17 campaign. Lobelo helped lead the Roadrunners to a 12-9 record and a trip to the Conference USA Quarterfinals.
Prior to his stint at UTSA, Lobelo served as a volunteer assistant at Arizona. With the Wildcats, Lobelo helped see the women’s squad to a 12-11 record.
Lobelo spent the 2014-15 season as a student-assistant at his alma mater, Bethune-Cookman. That season, he helped guide the women’s program to the 2015 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Championship and its third NCAA Tournament berth in program history. Lobelo also helped lead the men’s program to a second-place finish in the MEAC.
Lobelo also served as a coach at the prestigious Event Tennis Academy and Rick Macci Tennis Academy in addition to his work as a collegiate assistant coach.
Lobelo played four seasons at Bethune-Cookman, serving as the team’s captain in his final two campaigns. In 2012, he earned First-Team All-MEAC accolades as a sophomore and was a second-team selection following the success of his junior season.
The Bogota, Colombia, native graduated from Bethune-Cookman in 2015 with degrees in business administration and international finance.