Campus Notes
July 2006

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.

Also making her mark on the circuit is Riza Zalameda. The UCLA sophomore won the singles title at the Edmond, Oklahoma, tournament.

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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 geoff@ptrtennis.org

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