The Bronchos posted the best record in school history during the 2021 season going 21-2. By reaching the national semifinals, the team notched the furthest postseason advancement by any Central program. Maestas’ 19 consecutive wins, a school record, paved the way for coaching four All-Americans along the way that season. Additionally, the 2021 team concluded the season ranked No.3 in the final ITA rankings with student-athletes finishing at No.3 and No.5 in singles rankings as well as doubles teams finishing at No.2 and No.10 in the rankings.
Maestas has coached numerous All-Americans in both singles and doubles, in addition to guiding players to First Team, Second Team, and Honorable Mention All-MIAA honors in both categories. He also coached the ITA Central Regional Freshman of the Year in 2018 and an ITA National Freshman of the Year in 2019.
Prior to taking the reins at Central Oklahoma, Maestas spent 11-years as the head professional at the Philcrest Hills Tennis Club in Tulsa. He coached 10 players at Philcrest Hills who went on to win Oklahoma state high school championships and 12 players from his program went on to play at the collegiate level.
A native of Las Vegas, N.M, Maestas played collegiately at both Division II Western New Mexico and Division I New Mexico State before graduating from NMSU in 2005. He and his wife, Layne, have two children, Jaxton and Landon.