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Buckeyes Pick Up Koniecko

The Ohio State men's tennis team has established itself as a very good program. The Buckeyes have made six straight NCAA Division I tournament appearances, and 2005 marks their fifth straight finish in the ITA Top 25. However, head coach Ty Tucker is looking to take his team to the next level this coming season and make a deep run into the NCAA tournament. In 2005-06, he should have the personnel to do it. All six of his starters should return next year, and he also adds blue chip recruit Bryan Koniecko of Jericho, NY.

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