Senior Turner Voges.
The College of Tennessee at Chattanooga males’s tennis group is on the street this weekend at Center Tennessee’s Dale Quick Shootout. Motion takes place on the Adams Tennis Complicated on Oct. 2-Four in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
ETSU and Troy are becoming a member of the Mocs and the host Blue Raiders on the occasion. Play begins at 11:00 a.m. (E.D.T.) every day and consists of hidden duals between the groups.
“I can communicate for our total program, gamers and coach, and thank the UTC Athletic Administration and significantly our athletic coaching workers in working to get us to competitors,” acknowledged head coach Chuck Merzbacher. “This has been fairly the seven months and we’re prepared for a event.
“It’s laborious to coach with out an occasion in your sights to prepare for. We’ve got this chance, and we’re trying ahead to it.”
The Mocs return 4 of six starters and 9 of 11 letter winners from final yr’s group that was 12-6 when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the season. Sophomore Tomas Rodriguez leads the way in which after going 14-2 at No. 2.
Sophomore Kerim Hyatt was 13-11 general and 8-Eight at No. 3, whereas freshman Jeffrey Dewald was 13-Three at No. 4. Senior Turner Voges and junior Jacob Marshall break up time at No. 6 within the spring.
“This group is even higher than final yr’s group,” added Merzbacher. “The competitors amongst the group has been nice this fall and possibly the very best since I have been right here, however having an occasion is what every participant wants for improvement. The competitors is robust with Troy, MTSU, and ETSU, and we may have our arms full.”