The Lady Vol tennis team will begin its 1999-2000 campaign at the Furman
Fall Classic in Furman, S.C. beginning on Friday, September 24. Last
season, Tennessee posted an impressive 18-8 mark and advanced to the NCAA
Championships for the third consecutive season and the fourth time in the
last five seasons. Prior to the Furman Fall Classic, sophomores Alison
Ojeda and Agnes Wiski will compete in the T. Rowe Price National Clay Court
Championships at the Suburban Club of Baltimore County in Baltimore, Md.,
on September 21-22.
Golf team swinging in Virginia
As of Sunday, The University of Tennessee men's golf team is currently tied
for second place with host Virginia after one day of the Cavalier Classic
in Charlottesville, Virginia. The Vols fired rounds of 292-286-578, to
finish the day two-over-par.
Freshman Clemens Conrad-Prader carded a 73-71, for a 144, to finish the day
at even par. The Austrian native is currently leading the Vols with his
10th-place position. Sophomore Andrew Black is following closely with
scores of 76-69, for a 145, putting him in a tie for 12th place.
Wake Forest is leading the tournament with a strong 285-280--565, 11-under
par. Furman and Vanderbilt are currently tied for fourth with their rounds
Wake Forest's Jay Morgan secured the team lead, as well as the individual
position with impressive scores of 70-68138. Morgan is followed closely by
Furman's Kirk Satterfield, 71-69140. Virginia's James Driscoll,
UNC-Charlotte's Jeff Curl, and Wake Forest's Buck Williams are tied for
third with 36-hole totals of 141, three-under-par.
Monday's final round results were unavailable at press time. The Vols
started the day 13 strokes behind leader Wake Forest.
Lady Vol tennis team starts another promising season
Published: Tue Sep 21, 1999 | Modified: Sat Aug 06, 2005 01:56 p.m.