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Entries in NCAA Tennis (7)


NCAA Tennis in Full Swing in Athens

If you are a tennis fan, this is an event you have to attend at some point.

The men's and women's NCAA Tennis Championships are in Athens, GA for the next 10 days and now with the teams down to the final eight, it going to get more exciting.

The men were in action today, the women are back on court tomorrow at one of the best facilities for tennis in the country, the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.



Georgia and Boise St. Kick Off the Tennis Season Before Football


Yes, that's right, as a prelude to the Georgia/Boise St. Kick Off Classic Football game that will be played Saturday night at the sold out Georgia Dome, the men's tennis teams from the two schools took to the court in a little more quiet environment at the Atlanta Athletic Club to play some tennis.

Four singles, and two doubles matches were contested.

Each team won three matches.

Georgia-Boise State Kickoff Classic
Atlanta Athletic Club
John's Creek, Ga.
Day One Results: Sept. 2

1. Sadio Doumbia/Wil Spencer (UGA) def. Aidan Reid/Nathan Sereke (BSU), 8-4
2. Scott Sears/James Meredith (BSU) def. Eric Diaz/Nathan Pasha (UGA), 8-6

1. James Meredith (BSU) def. Sadio Doumbia (UGA), 7-6(4), 6-3
2. Wil Spencer (UGA) def.  Scott Sears (BSU), 6-1, 6-2
3. Nathan Sereke (BSU) def. Eric Diaz (UGA), 6-2, 4-6, 6-3
4. Nathan Pasha (UGA) def. Aidan Reid (BSU), 6-0, 6-2

Georgia features Wil Spencer.  Spencer is one of the top college players in the country and Boise's James Meredith is a fine player in his own right.  Also, I expect big things this year and in the future from Georgia freshman, Nathan Pasha, what a debut from him.

Here are some pics:

Georgia's Wil SpencerSadio Doumbia and Wil Spencer celebrate a doubles winBoise St.'s Scott SearsGeorgia's team is introducedNathan Sereke of Boise

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