Men's Tennis Ranked No. 33 in Latest ITA Rankings
Go Tigers! Glennon is ranked for the third-consecutive poll, the longest stretch for a Tiger this season.
Go Tigers!
Glennon is ranked for the third-consecutive poll, the longest stretch for a Tiger this season.
Go Tigers!

April 10, 2012

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Memphis continued its run in the ITA rankings, checking in at No. 33 in Tuesday afternoon's release. The Tigers first entered the rankings on Jan. 24 and have been listed in 11-consecutive rankings.

Freshman Connor Glennon, who has now been ranked in each of the last three singles polls, moved up to No. 114 in the country. Glennon holds a win over then No. 35 William Kallberg of Ole Miss.

Fellow freshman David O'Leary fell from the rankings despite winning his 18th-straight match and remaining undefeated on the year. O'Leary was ranked No. 108 and No. 120 in the previous two polls.

Off to one of its best starts in over a decade, the U of M is 15-4 heading into the final weekend of its regular season. Four of the Tigers' wins and all four of their losses have come against ranked opponents.

Memphis will conclude its season with two matches this weekend in Birmingham, Ala. The Blue and Gray face C-USA-foe and 65th-ranked UAB on Friday and finish the regular season on Saturday against No. 59 South Alabama. Both matches are scheduled to start at noon (CT).

 

 

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