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Utah Women’s Tennis Serves Up a Deep Run at ITA Regionals

Utah Women’s Tennis Serves Up a Deep Run at ITA Regionals

By Carlos Padilla

October 27, 2019

The University of Utah Women's Tennis team was in action this week at the ITA Regionals. With success in both duos and singles, the Utes definitely left their mark in Las Vegas. Utah started off with a bang by going undefeated on the first day of competition. Doubles pair Madison Tattini and Whitney...

Men’s Tennis Ends Competition in Denver

Men’s Tennis Ends Competition in Denver

By Leif Thulin

October 21, 2019

The University of Utah men’s tennis team aspires to follow their impressive and encouraging season from a year ago. Coach Roeland Brateanu’s Utes squad, who heavily relied on veterans last year, lost senior leaders including singles superstar Dan Little, as well as David Micevski and Joe Woolley....

Utah Women’s Tennis Wraps Up Competition in San Diego

Utah Women’s Tennis Wraps Up Competition in San Diego

By Leif Thulin

September 29, 2019

The University of Utah women’s tennis team was invited to attend the San Diego State Invitational this weekend. The Fall Classic tournament featured the Utes, the Aztecs, Cal State University Northridge, University of Texas El Paso, McNeese State, San Jose State and Grand Canyon University. The Utes...

Utes Look to Attack Aztecs in Weekend Matchup

Utes Look to Attack Aztecs in Weekend Matchup

By Brayden Ramsay

September 26, 2019

The University of Utah women’s tennis team will take part in the San Diego State Fall Classic beginning on Friday. Last weekend, the Utes took part in the Miami Fall Invite in Coral Gables, Florida, where they took on competitors from the University of Miami, Louisiana State, Florida Atlantic, Florida...

Utah Tennis Sees First Action of the Season in Miami Fall Invite

Utah Tennis Sees First Action of the Season in Miami Fall Invite

By Adam Cochran

September 23, 2019

  The University of Utah women’s tennis team competed in the Miami Fall Invite this weekend at the University of Miami. The tournament, originally supposed to be three days, was cut to two after all action on Saturday was cancelled due to weather conditions.   Doubles The tourname...

Utah Women’s Tennis Starts New Era in Miami

Utah Women’s Tennis Starts New Era in Miami

By Ryker Jackson

September 19, 2019

The University of Utah women’s tennis team will play in the Miami Fall Invite Sept. 20, 21, and 22 in Miami. This event is hosted by the University of Miami Hurricanes. This is the first tournament played with new head coach Ric Mortera and assistant coach Janet Koch. The team will be looking to build...

Madison Tattini Looks to Build on Rookie of the Year Campaign

Madison Tattini Looks to Build on Rookie of the Year Campaign

By Adam Cochran

September 18, 2019

Choosing Utah When tennis coaches from the University of Utah first contacted Madison Tattini, she was skeptical. Tattini wondered why she should come to Utah all the way from her home in Illinois, but she read a flyer about Utah and decided to take a visit. It was love at first sight. “As soon as ...

Spring Sports at the U

Spring Sports at the U

By Casey Overfield

May 15, 2019

  After a thrilling and competitive fall season, the spring sports at the University of Utah came in strong and wrapped up the school year on a high note. Nine sports finished their seasons in the new year following a strong winter in which the Utah ski team won the NCAA Championship and both the ...

Tennis Falls in Arizona

Tennis Falls in Arizona

By Leif Thulin

April 15, 2019

  After a busy week of play last week, the Utes men’s tennis team looked to finish the season strong. The squad is making a big push for the NCAA tournament, and a week accumulating wins against Pac-12 rivals could help them to earn a spot. Head Coach Roeland Brateanu said, prior to the season beginning,...

Meet Dan Little: The Utes’ Most Valuable Player

Meet Dan Little: The Utes’ Most Valuable Player

By Tony Kar

April 9, 2019

  The University of Utah's men's tennis team features a blend of youth and veterans that should give the Utes a fighting chance in their Pac-12 competitions. With a winning record so far this season, it's evident that this team strives to be the best and should not be overlooked. There are...

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