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On the Court: ASC Tennis Weekly Notebook
April 15, 2004

Men's Results and
Upcoming Schedule

Men's Standings

Men's Stats

Women's Results and
Upcoming Schedule

Women's Standings

Women's Stats

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2004 ASC Tennis Championships

American Southwest Conference tennis season concludes this weekend with the ASC Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championship Tournament (Apr. 16-17). Four men’s and four women’s teams--the top two seeds in each division--meet at Mississippi College to contest the league championship. . . . Hardin-Simmons will defend both its men’s and women’s titles. . . . First-year ASC member UT Tyler won the ASC East men’s championship while the Patriots women’s squad claimed the No. 2 East seed. . . . Both Mississippi College teams earned playoff berths with the Lady Choctaws going undefeated to win the ASC East championship and tournament hosting rights. The MC men are the No. 2 East seed. . . . The ASC West second seeds went to Mary Hardin-Baylor women and the Schreiner men.

2004 ASC Tennis Championship Tournament
Hosted by Mississippi College (Clinton, Miss.)
Friday-Saturday, April 16-17
Women’s Championship Draw
Semifinals (Friday, 10:00)
Mississippi College (No. 1 East) vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor (No. 2 West)
Hardin-Simmons (No. 1 West) vs. UT Tyler (No. 2 East)
Championship (Saturday, 10:00)
Men's Championship Draw
Semifinals (Friday, 2:00)
UT Tyler (#1 East) vs. Schreiner (#2 West)
Hardin-Simmons (#1 West) vs. Mississippi College (#2 East)
Championship (Saturday, 10:00)

Freshman Adam Cherry won his last three matches at both No. 3 singles and No. 1 doubles to end his first season at McMurry. Cherry led McMurry in overall singles wins (6), ASC singles wins (3-3, .500) and overall doubles victories (6). He teamed with senior David Salazer to win the pair’s last three No. 1 doubles matches. . . . The Indians finished 2004 by winning six consecutive doubles matches against two opponents. . . Senior Tim Martin, a three-year football letterman playing collegiate tennis for the first time this season, was unbeaten (3-0 ASC) in doubles while teamed with Sal Palacio. . . . Junior Danielle Bolin, playing tennis for the first time since high school, topped the McMurry women with a .667 winning percentage (6-3) in overall singles play, ASC singles wins (3) and tied teammate Joanna Ring for season-best singles wins (6). . . . The Lady Indians’ 6-8 dual record is the best showing under third-year coach Mark Hathorn.

UT Dallas senior Andrea Hildago kept her singles record spotless in match play by knocking off UT Tyler’s #1 singles Connie Gleghorn in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1, in Saturday’s conference season finale (Apr. 10). Hildago teamed with Alexis McCubbin for a narrow 8-6 #1 doubles win to earn the second of four UTD points in a hard-fought 5-4 loss to the Patriots that knocked the women out of the ASC Championship Tournament. . . . UT Dallas men also dropped a match to UT Tyler to fall out of the conference postseason picture. No. 1 Kevin Durten picked up the only singles win for UTD.

Texas Lutheran concludes its men’s and women’s seasons on Thursday (Apr. 15) with home matches against Colorado College. Both Bulldog teams can finish at .500 with wins.

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