Campus Notes
July 2005

Phil Rogers, with a 23 year reign that made him the longest women's tennis in the Atlantic Coast Conference, has retired from the University of Virginia. No replacement has been named yet.

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Latest New Coaches For 2005-06:
Anderson Men & Women-Rodrigo da Silva
Auburn Women-Tim Gray
Dowling Women-Cheryl Novins
Eastern Illinois Men & Women-John Blackburn
Hunter Women-Mel Kerper
Illinois Men-Brad Dancer
John Jay Men-Peter Castillo
John Jay Women-Amy Rowland
Middle Tennessee Women-Alison Ojeda
Simpson Women-Pat Heller
Southwestern Men & Women-Lester Sombito
Temple Men-Steve Mauro
Tulsa Women-Dean Orford
Vanderbilt Men-Ian Duvenhage
Texas Women-Patty McCain
New Assistant Coaches...
Alabama- Women-Eduardo Rincon
Duke- Women-Stephanie Nickitas
Tulsa- Men-Michael Weelen
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The USTA and the ITA have joined together to form the College Tennis Advocacy Network. The group is "dedicated to establishing a nationwide web of people who are interested in college tennis and willng to help grow and promote the game." To become a vital member of the College Tennis Advocacy Network, contact Nancy Breo, ITA Administrator for the College Tennis Advocacy Network, at itanbreo@aol.com or 609-638-4952.

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