College players are continuing to have success on the USTA Professional Circuit this summer. Lindsey Nelson of the University of Southern California and Anne Yelsey of Stanford -- who are playing together on the USTA Collegiate Summer Team -- teamed to win the $75,000 event in College Park. The two defeated second-seeded Chin-Wei Chan & Natalie Grandin in the finals.
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Rutgers University has announced the elimination of six sports, including men's tennis. The team will be allowed to compete through the 2006-07 season.
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Coaching Changes... Brandon Stokes is the new Assistant Men's Coach at Central Florida... The University of North Carolina-Asheville has appointed Larry Hubbard as the Head Men's & Women's Coach... Amanda Augustus is taking over as Head Women's Coach at the University of Michigan... Greg Munoz has been named Men's & Women's Coach for George Washington University... After 10 years of building the Texas A&M Men's program to the top of the rankings, Tim Cass has resigned to accept the position of Senior Associate Athletic Director of the University of New Mexico, his alma mater.
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The Professional Tennis Registry has launched the PTR on Campus program to encourage students (aged 16-23) to consider part-time jobs and full-time careers teaching tennis. Full-time students can receive a Free, 10-hour PTR Teaching Essentials Exchange. For more information, contact Geoff Norton at email@example.com
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