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(1) Texas, (2) Texas Tech, (3) Michigan, (4) Maryland
The host Longhorns return only two players from their singles lineup of a year ago, which could open the door for any of the three visiting schools to walk away from Austin a winner.
USTA/ITA Texas Regional Champion Gonzalo Escobar of Texas Tech had a great fall, and with Raony Carvalho returning to the team, the Red Raiders should have a strong 1-2 punch at the top of their lineup. Like Texas Tech, Maryland returns all of its 2010-11 starters. Freshman Vlad Stefan should help the Terps after going 10-2 during the fall.
Sixth-ranked Evan King of Michigan will be the highest ranked player at this event, but he’ll need help from his teammates if the Wolverines are to upend Texas Tech in their opener.
|Schedule of Play:||
Sat, Jan 28 – No. 17 Texas def. No. 38 Maryland 4-0
# of Courts: 12
Practice Courts: Thursday, Jan 26th and Friday, Jan. 27th (Depending on travel schedules)
Texas Tech's Gonzalo Escobar (Photo by David Kenas)