Matt Brisotti was named head coach of the Hamilton College men's and women's tennis teams in December 2017. He guided the Continentals to a total of nine dual match victories during the spring, including the first NESCAC win for the men in five years. Ten Hamilton tennis players made the 2018 NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team and both programs earned the 2018 ITA All-Academic Team award.
Brisotti was the head coach for Drew University men's and women's tennis from the spring of 2014 through the fall of 2017. His Drew tennis teams won 63 dual matches. He was selected the 2016-17 Landmark Conference Women's Tennis Coach of the Year after he guided the squad to a record of 14-2, including 7-0 in the conference, and the semifinals of the Landmark championship. He coached the Landmark rookie of the year as well as three singles players and two doubles teams on the all-conference team. Brisotti had one singles player and one doubles team on the 2015-16 all-conference team, and he led the Rangers to a 2015 Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III championship finals appearance.
The Drew men's team enjoyed a great deal of success in 2016-17 under Brisotti as well. The Rangers posted a 16-4 record and earned a spot in the Landmark semifinals with a 5-2 conference record. He coached the conference's player of the year and a co-rookie of the year, as well as three singles players and a pair of doubles teams to all-Landmark honors. In 2015-16 he had the Landmark rookie of the year and two singles players on the all-conference team.
Brisotti finished his collegiate career as one of the top players in Drew men's tennis history. He is fourth on the program's list with 55 career singles victories and he holds the team record for most career doubles wins with 64. He made the Landmark all-conference first team in singles twice and was on the second team for doubles three times. He was a captain and the team's most valuable player his senior year. Brisotti helped the Rangers achieve a great deal of team success as they assembled an overall record of 50-25 and boasted a perfect 28-0 mark in conference play. The men were conference champions all four years with Brisotti, and they made three NCAA Division III championship appearances. Drew advanced to the second round of NCAAs in 2010 and 2012.
Prior to leading the programs at Drew, Brisotti was the head women's tennis coach at College of Saint Elizabeth in 2013-14. He was recently an instructor at Murray Hill Tennis & Fitness and The Strand Tennis Center in New Jersey.
Brisotti was a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee at Drew where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in sociology with a minor in public health. He is from Mattituck, N.Y., and graduated from Mattituck High School.