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ATHENS, Ga. — The University of Georgia men’s tennis team — winner of four-straight Southeastern Conference matches — moved up to No. 11 in this week’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings. The Bulldogs jumped two spots from a No.
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ORLANDO, Fla. – The tandem of Morgan Coppoc and Mell Reasco advance to the semifinals, while three Bulldogs find their way to the quarterfinals of the main draw at the ITA Southeast Regional. Senior Meg Kowalski, junior Ania Hertel, and freshman Reasco all notched singles wins on Saturday, Oct. 16. No. 15 Kowalski defeated Georgia Tech's ...
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Tennis on Campus is a terrific way for former players to keep playing and bring along new players for a fun, coed team activity that’s fun, physical and friendly. The league format consists of co-ed team play, with each match consisting of men’s and women’s doubles, men’s and women’s singles, and one mixed doubles match.
Georgia made history in 2007, when its national championship win in Athens at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex became the first collegiate tennis match ever to be televised live. The production was carried on ESPNU.
ROME, Ga. - University of North Georgia men's tennis player Joaquin Benoit will play for the ITA Cup Championship tomorrow as he won a three set thriller Saturday in the semifinals. Taking on Midwestern State's Alex Martinez Roca, Benoit jumped out to a 6-3 win in the opening set. After falling in the second set, 4-6, Benoit answered with a ...
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