In their final competition of the fall campaign, the Tennessee Lady Vols

tennis team concluded day three action at the ITA Southeast Regional Indoor

Championship on Sunday, Nov. 7 in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Competing for the Orange and White were sophomores Alison Ojeda and Agnes

Wiski. In singles competition, third-seeded Ojeda dropped a 6-3, 6-3

decision Adria Engel of Wake Forest in the semifinals. In the other

semifinal match, seventh-seeded Wiski fell 6-2, 6-4 to Kathy Sell of Duke

University.

The conclusion of the tournament marked the end of the Lady Vols fall

season, as the team next will be in action on Jan. 12, 2000 in Oahu, Hawaii

against Brigham Young-Hawaii.

Men's tennis drops matches in Georgia

The team of Adam Carey and Mark Parsons lost its semifinal match at the

ITA Region 3 Championships against Chris McDonald and Matt Soto of

Mississippi State 8-4. The Tennessee duo won two matches before being

eliminated from the field. Carey and Parsons hold the No. 11 ranking in the

country, while McDonald and Soto are currently unranked.

The Vols enjoyed a successful weekend at the tournament even though they

did not produce any titles. Tennessee placed three players in the

quarterfinal round and five players into the third round, both of which

were more than any other school in the field.

Peter Handoyo, Mark Parsons and Paul Podbury represented the Vols in the

quarterfinal, while Adam Carey and Mark Fitzpatrick advanced to the third

round. Parsons was the lone Vol to advance past the quarterfinal, but was

defeated by No. 2 seed Justin O'Neal of Florida in the semifinal

round.

The tournament was the Vols last of the fall season. Tennessee will resume

tennis action again on Jan. 4-9 at the Milwaukee Invitational.