A Washington, DC native, Vince has been coaching junior players in the Mid-Atlantic region for more than 18 years. He has coached 6 Gold Ball winners, 9 players in the Top 10 nationally, and also worked with 4 NCAA Champions. He coached Drew Courtney as a junior player from 14s-18s through to his college career at #1-ranked University of Virginia where Courtney was a 3-time All-American. Courtney won the 2010 NCAA Doubles Championship and went on to compete in the 2010 US Open and 2010 & 2012 Citi Open. Currently, Vince works with several of Mid-Atlantic's top junior players, including the following Super National players: USTA #17 Arjun Prabhakar, USTA #70 Maxik Scholten, USTA #23 Calla McGill, Zosia Henryson-Gibbs (2022 Silver Ball USTA G14s National Clay Courts), USTA #30 and #1-ranked Mid-Atlantic Audrey Sica, USTA #20 Sylvana Jalbert, Gabi Berg, Reagan Stanley, and Jacklynka Scholten.
In recent years, Vince coached Princeton starter Zoé Howard (G18s USTA #2 in the country in 2019), Virginia Tech starter and NCAA #9-ranked Jordan Chrysostom (B18s USTA #20 in singles and #1-ranked doubles player in 2019), Clemson University starter Trey Stinchcomb (B18s USTA #19 in singles and #1-ranked doubles player), Spencer Liang (2017 NCAA Champion at University of Florida), the academy's most decorated girl player, Peggy Porter (2013 US Open and 2017 NCAA Champion at University of Florida), and Caroline Lampl (2016, 2018 and 2019 NCAA Champion at Stanford University) in the junior ranks.
Vince was added to the adidas National Coaching staff in 2013 and he's also been a Babolat National Coach since 2006.
Vince graduated from High Point University (North Carolina) in 1999 where he was a 3-time All-Conference selection and won Rookie of the Year honors in 1996. Vince and his wife, Rebecca, live in Rockville, Maryland, with their son Dylan.