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Results: 64 Record(s) Found.

Bruins, Trojans remain atop Campbell/ITA Team Rankings

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Despite being off for the week for exams, the UCLA women's team held strong at No. 1 in this week's Campbell/ITA Women's Team Rankings. The USC men's team continued to cruise through a rigorous schedule, recording wins over Texas and Texas A&M during its trip to the Lone Star State to remain in the top spot. Read More
 

UCLA, USC stay atop Campbell/ITA Team Rankings

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The UCLA women and USC men remain in the top spots of this week's Campbell/ITA College Tennis Team Rankings.​ Read More
 

College Spotlight: Nick Andrews, Cal Berkeley

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Nick Andrews recently took time to answer questions about why he chose Cal, how he balances tennis with academics, rivalries in his tennis-playing family, where he sees himself in 10 years and much more.​ Read More
 

Klahn, Thacher capture second straight Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championships

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Stanford’s dominant lefty duo of Bradley Klahn and Ryan Thacher not only captured their second straight Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles title on Sunday afternoon, but they did so without losing a set, also for the second consecutive year. Read More
 

Klahn and Thacher attempt to make history in La Jolla

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Bradley Klahn and Ryan Thacher of Stanford University got through a tough first set in their quarterfinal match against Chasen Melton and Ben McLachlan of UC Berkeley (Cal) and went on to score a 6-4, 6-1, victory to advance to the semifinals. Read More
 

Defending champs on the move at Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championships

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No doubles team has successfully defended its title at the Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championships since 1991. This weekend, the Stanford doubles team of Bradley Klahn and Ryan Thacher is attempting to become the first team in over 20 years to win back-to-back championships. Read More
 

Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championships continue in La Jolla

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While the Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Championships features some of the top collegiate players in the nation, the draw is also filled with independent players, some still in high school. In Friday’s first-round action, a pair of high school seniors got the upper hand on their college opponents. Read More
 

Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championships set to begin

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The Stanford University duo of Bradley Klahn of Poway, Calif., and Ryan Thacher of Studio City, Calif., will return to the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club to defend their title at the 123rd Annual Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Tennis Championships. Read More
 

USC claims third ITA National Men's Team Indoor Championship

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The top-seeded USC Trojans were able to overcome dropping the doubles point for the first time all season, rebounding to defeat the third-seeded Ohio State Buckeyes in a 4-3 thriller at the ITA National Men's Team Indoor Championship. Read More
 

College Spotlight: Robin Anderson, UCLA

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UCLA freshman Robin Anderson recently answered questions for USTA.com about the differences between junior and college tennis, the biggest influence in her tennis career, her goals for herself and her team this season and more. Read More
 
Results: 64 Record(s) Found.
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