Utes Travel to All-American Championships

Senior Matt Cowley

Senior Matt Cowley

Tulsa, OK – The University of Utah men’s tennis team will compete in the All-American Championships this weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The top Div 1 men’s tennis players in the nation with gather for the fall’s biggest national tournament, with pre-qualifying slated for October 3 & 4, qualifying October 5 & 6, and the main draw October 7 – 12. Draws have not yet been posted, but they will soon be available here.

Four Utah players have been invited to participate in singles pre-qualifying: senior Matt Cowley, sophomore Freddie McGeehan, sophomore Egbert Weverink and freshman Dan Little. Junior Parker McGuiness will begin the tournament in qualifying. The 59th ranked doubles tandem of Weverink and Cowley will also participate in qualifying.

Head coach Roeland Brateanu looks forward to the high level of competition: “This is a great opportunity for guys to measure themselves against at the national level against some of the top teams in the country.”

Singles quarterfinalists, doubles finalists, and consolation champions get automatic entry into the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships on Nov. 12-15, held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York.

Check this website and our social media pages on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram for updates and results. For more information on the tournament, refer to itatennis.com.
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One Response to Utes Travel to All-American Championships

  1. Kick some ass! Go Utes!!

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