Dr. Bo Lou embarks on his first season as a volunteer assistant
coach for Ferris State University men's and women's tennis teams in
the 2011-12 campaign, but has been a longtime supporter of both
He is employed as a professor of physics in the Physical Sciences Department at FSU where he teaches introductory and general physics courses. This is Bo's 22nd year of teaching at Ferris State. He was the recipient of the Distinguished Faculty of the Year Award in 2006 by the Professional Tennis Management program.
Bo loves the game of tennis. Being a physics professor, he also likes to study the physics of tennis in the areas of racquet specifications, string technologies, ball spins and trajectories, and court geometries, etc.
Dr. Lou and his wife, Lingfei, reside in Big Rapids. Their daughter, Alina, is currently a medical school student at the University of Michigan. The family enjoys nature, animals, and travel.