05/09 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA First and Second Round - Day 1
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MTN vs NCAA First and Second Round - Day 2
05/11 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA First and Second Round - Day 3
05/15 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round
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MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 2
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MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 3
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MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 4
|Assistant Coach Eduardo Rincon|
Eduardo Rincon joined the Razorbacks as the assistant coach for men’s tennis in the summer of 2008. He has made an impact on the program and is highly respected among colleges and coaches. His experience and expertise make him a key factor to the success of the Razorback program.
Since arriving at Arkansas, Rincon has helped coach two All-Southeastern Conference selections in Blake Strode and Chris Nott, and one All-American (Strode). Strode earned All-SEC and All-America honors in 2009 and Nott was named All-SEC for two straight years (2010, 2011). During his All-America year, Strode advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Individual Championship. He also finished that same year ranked No. 13 by ITA.
Since 2008, Rincon has been part of a Razorback team that has tallied 38 wins, including six conference victories.
Prior to Arkansas, Rincon worked for three years as the assistant women’s tennis coach at the University of Alabama.
As the Alabama assistant, Rincon coached Robin Stephenson and Ashley Bentley, who earned first-team All-SEC honors, while Mari Muller was named to the all-conference second team in 2006. Robinson received an invitation to the 2006 NCAA Singles Championship where she teamed with Bentley to earn a spot in the NCAA Doubles Championship that same season. Stephenson finished the year with a No. 24 singles ranking, while she and Bentley were No. 18 in the final ITA doubles rankings.
Successful in his playing career as well, Rincon was a three-time All-American at Valdosta State. To compliment his three All-America selections, he was awarded the Mid-South Conference Player of the Year honor in 2002.
As a senior in 2005, he finished with top-five rankings in both singles and doubles and won the 2004 ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award. He reached No. 1 ranking in both singles and doubles at different points during his career.
For his accomplishments on and off the court, Rincon was also named the 2004 Male Athlete of the Year at Valdosta State.
In February of 2010, Valdosta State gave Rincon its highest honor by being inducted into the school's sports hall of fame.
His playing career also featured appearances in ATP Tour events. As a native of Colombia, he played in the Davis Cup from 1997-2001 for his country where he competed against players like former world No. 1 Marcelo Rios and Guillermo Canas, who has been ranked as high as No. 8 in his career. During that same span, he played on the satellite and challenger levels in over 30 countries. Rincon has also held ATP rankings in both singles and doubles.
Born March 22, 1976, Rincon is married to the former Rosemary Ramsey. The couple has two daughters, Ana Maria (3) and Kathryn Christina (1). Tennis is a large part of Rincon’s family. His brother Mario is the head coach of the men’s tennis team at the University of Miami, and he and brother José have worked with world-class tennis players including Mary Pierce and Anna Kournikova.