win gives team boost Mens
tennis program celebrates a return to the upper eschelon
of college tennis after a victory over top-10 opponent
A 4-3 home victory over No. 9 Texas A&M Wednesday
afternoon might just be what the mens tennis team
needed to propel themselves into the nations top
It is a great win for our guys, a great win for
our program, head coach Joey Rive said of their
first victory over a top- 10 team since the 2001 NCAA
championship quarterfinals. Weve had a long
tradition of great teams and I think this team is destined
to be a very, very good team. It is good for us to get
an early victory like this against a top-10 school.
Rive said the team was well prepared for the match and
they went into it with full force.
Jacopo Tezza stretches to return the ball to Texas
A&Ms Khaled El Dorry en route to a match
win. The Frogs upset A&M in the end 4-3.
brings added visibility TCU
should help make the Mountain West Conference more distinct
on the national level, while MWC will increase TCUs
The Frogs leap from Conference USA
to the Mountain West Conference should bring more national
visibility to the conference, said Chris Hill, Utahs