Campus Notes
April 2002

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Bea Bielik
Bea Bielik
Al Garland
Al Garland

Bea Bielik, the top-ranked player in the nation, led the Wake Forest women's team to a first place finish at the UNLV Spring Invitational. The Demon Deacons won the title after defeated hosts UNLV in the final.

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Texas A&M outlasted Texas in the final at the third annual USA Team Tennis National Campus Championships. The event featured non-varsity, club and intramural tennis teams from various colleges around the country. The winning team was made up of: Stephanie Brennan, Robert Duong, Esteban Garza, Mike Karka, Sarah McClain, Jamie Pierce, Kelly Walker and Justin Wolfshohl.

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TCU Junior Toni Gordon was named Conference USA Player of The Week for the second time this year. Toni was unranked until March when his wins included a defeat over Kosta Zinchanka of South Alabama, then ranked No. 13.

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The Tulsa men defeated North Carolina 4-1 for the win on the final day of the Blue-Gray Classic in Montgomery, Alabama.

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Bowling Green has announced the elimination of four men's sports, including tennis. Administrators are citing the "federal law designed to equalize the money colleges spend on men's and women's teams" as the reason for the demise of the teams.

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The Pepperdine men used the home court advantage to win the Pepperdine Invitational. Top-ranked Al Garland led his team with singles and doubles wins.

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March 2002 Campus Notes

February 2002 Campus Notes

January 2002 Campus Notes

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