Assistant Coach Graeme Cox
March 11, 2005
Salt Lake City -
THIS WEEK: The University of Utah men's tennis team plays four matches in California over spring break. The Utes will match up against UC Riverside on Mar. 13, Loyola Marymount on Mar. 14, San Diego on Mar. 15, Princeton on Mar. 18 and Dartmouth on Mar. 19.
In the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's team rankings released this week, the University of Utah remained No.72.
REVIEWING LAST WEEK: Pennsylvania and Boise State handed the Utes their first losses of the season last weekend. The Quakers barely edged Utah (4-3) but the Broncos swept Utah (7-0).
Mann and Ganger fell to No. 40 in this week's rankings.
SCOUTING THE OPPONENT: UC Riverside is 4-5 on the season and 1-2 in Big West play.
The Loyola Marymount Lions have compiled three wins and 5 losses and a 1-1 record in the West Coast Conference.
The University of San Diego is ranked No. 45. With a 5-3 mark on the season, the Toreros have fallen to No. 8 UCLA, No. 31 California and No. 11 Stanford.
Princeton and Dartmouth are part of the Ivy Group conference. The Princeton Tigers have won seven matches and lost two while Dartmouth has compiled a 5-4 record this season.
QUOTING ASSISTANT COACH Graeme Cox:
"Our annual spring break trip is traditionally a hard grind for the team. We have five tough matches against quality opponents and are looking forward to playing each and every team. This will be our last chance to prepare for our conference schedule and hopefully all of this tennis will have us prepared for that."