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LSU
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Tennis - Men
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LSU
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Tennis - Men
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University of Tennessee
4
Tennis - Men
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University of Georgia
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Tennis - Men
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University of South Carolina
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Tennis - Men
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University of Florida
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Tennis - Men
4
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Mississippi State
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Tennis - Men
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Ole Miss
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Tennis - Men
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Tennis - Men
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University of Nebraska-Omaha
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Tennis - Men
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Tennis - Men
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University of Alabama
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Tennis - Men
4
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Auburn University
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Tennis - Men
3
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University of Kentucky
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Tennis - Men
1
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Vanderbilt University
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Tennis - Men
0
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SIU-Edwardsville
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Tennis - Men
4
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Tennis - Men
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Tennis - Men
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Arkansas to play in Napa Challenge

09/27/2012
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE  - The University of Arkansas men's tennis team travels to Napa, Calif., this weekend to take part in the Napa Challenge at the Silverado Resort and Spa.

The Hogs will be represented by senior Gregoire Lehmann and juniors Manfred Jeske, Mike Nott and Hall Fess. This will be Lehmann and Jeske's first tournament of the fall season while Nott and Fess will be competing in their second.

"This will be a great opportunity for some of our veterans to get their fall season going," head coach Robert Cox said.

Arkansas will be joined by players from Auburn, USF, Fresno State, Pacific, Cal Poly and Oklahoma State.

First round of doubles play begins on Friday at 11 a.m. with Fess and Lehmann taking on Fresno State's Jeremy Quiroz and Sai Kartick. The duo of Jeske and Nott will begin their tournament against another doubles team from Fresno State of Sam McNeil and Reid DeLaubenfeis.

Singles play kicks off following doubles with each Razorback matching up with an opponent from USF.

"We are excited the way this tournament is set up," Coach Cox said. "The draw gives the player more of a team experience while also enabling them to build on their individual skills."

A full recap and scores will be posted on ArkansasRazorbacks.com following each day of play.


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