Lauren Spencer has left her head coaching position as Auburn women's tennis coach, Auburn director of athletics Allen Greene announced Friday.
"Auburn is grateful to Lauren for her eight years of dedicated service to the Auburn women's tennis program, its student-athletes and the Auburn Family," Greene said. "Auburn values her contributions to the program and wishes her the very best in her future endeavors."
In Spencer's eight seasons as head coach, Auburn compiled a 143-92 record. The 143 wins are the most in program history.
Last season, Auburn went 14-15 and 1-12 in SEC play.
"I appreciate the opportunity to serve Auburn University as the head women's tennis coach for eight years," Spencer said. "I value the program, its student-athletes, and the opportunity to be part of the Auburn Family. I look forward to carrying these experiences forward as I pursue future opportunities."
A national search will begin for Spencer's replacement immediately, Greene said.
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