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The following articles are relevant to the Texas men's team.
Cavaliers Send Boland Out in Style
What a wild and crazy week it was in Athens - with one match after
another going down to the wire. But when the dust finally settled and
the umbrellas were put away, Virginia had won its third straight NCAA
NCAA Tournament Roundtable - Part II
The NCAA Division I Tennis Championships start today. The top men's
and women's college tennis programs face off in first-round action across
the country, with all teams competing for tickets to Athens, Georgia, and a
spot in the Sweet 16. Check out insights from our college tennis
contributors - and see who they picked as champions.
Virginia Wins ITA National Indoor Team Title
When you think of teams that are really great at playing indoor
tennis, the top two that would come to most people's minds are
Virginia and Ohio State. Coming into the ITA National Team Indoors,
Virginia and Ohio State had made a combined 11 finals appearances over
the previous 12 years, so it shouldn't have been a surprise when they
stood on opposite sides of the net on Monday morning. In the end, the
Cavaliers brought home the hardware.
Roundtable: Attracting Fans to College Tennis Matches
Every college program wants to develop its fan support, and college
tennis programs are no exception. Teams will often promote special
events that cater to loyal fans and alumni as well as to bring in new
fans. Kids days, homecomings, food, and hit-with-the-players sessions
are just a few examples. We presented the following question to our
panel of coaches: What are some of the things you do to attract fans to
your program? What special events do you put on?
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