Men's Tennis Announces 2012-13 Schedule

Andrew Dottino

Aug. 29, 2012

WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University men's tennis squad announced its 2012-13 schedule on Wednesday afternoon.

The Hoyas start the 2012-13 season hosting the Georgetown Classic September 21-22 prior to traveling to the Margaux Powers Memorial Tournament hosted by Brown University. The Navy Invitational and ITA Regionals are the following weekends which will conclude fall play.

Georgetown will begin spring matches on February 1 at Duquesne University with the University of Toledo the following day. The Hoyas will then host Penn and Richmond February 13 and 23, before a spring break trip to Florida to play Florida Atlantic University and Lynn University.

A seven-match home stand rounds out the season which includes Bryant University, the U.S. Naval Academy, George Mason University, Morgan State University, Villanova University, George Washington University and UMBC.

The UMBC match on April 7 will mark senior day for the Class of 2013.

The BIG EAST Tournament is scheduled for April 18-20 in Notre Dame, Ind., marking a move from Tampa, Fla., last year after two years at Notre Dame.

The tennis team will begin practice as school begins and the team will be selected in the first weeks of the fall season.

 

 

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