Bo Jabery-Madison has been the head coach for the American River College men's tennis team for 15 years. In that time, the team has compiled a record of 209-59 with 9 conference titles and the team has qualified for the playoffs in each season. In addition, the program has finished in the top 10 of the state rankings 12 times and has been ranked in the top 5 of the state rankings in each of the last 7 seasons. In 2019 the team had a 14-5 record, losing just two matches to community college teams. The Beavers won the Big 8 North conference championship for the 8th straight season, reached the Northern California team championship match for the 7th consecutive year (winning 3), and finished as the #4 ranked team in the state. In addition to the on-court success, the American River men's tennis team has won the men's tennis state team G.P.A. award three times (2008, 2009, 2010) and has consistently transferred players on to four-year institutions on athletic and academic scholarships.
Bo was born in Sacramento and grew up in nearby Carmichael. He competed for the men's tennis team at ARC in 1997 (for Ralph Freund) and 1999 (for Greg Anderson). He made All-Conference First-Team in both seasons, was chosen as team MVP in 1997, and won the conference doubles title in 1999. After his time at ARC he transferred to UC Davis, where he competed for the Aggies in 2000 and 2001. He made the scholar-athlete list in both seasons and in 2001 he was recognized as the team's Most Inspirational Player. Bo remains active in tournament and league play. He has reached a twelve-month ranking of #19 in singles and #16 in individual doubles in the Northern California open division.