04/16 - 11:00 AM
MTN vs LSU
04/17 - TBA
MTN vs SEC Tournament - Day 2
04/18 - TBA
MTN vs SEC Tournament - Day 3
04/19 - TBA
MTN vs SEC Tournament - Day 4
04/20 - TBA
MTN vs SEC Tournament - Day 5
05/09 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA First and Second Round - Day 1
05/10 - TBA
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
05/16 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 2
05/17 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 3
05/18 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 4
|Victor Hoang Bio|
Courtesy: John Thomas, Athletic Media Relations
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Hoang played in 21 matches in dual play for the Hogs his sophomore season ranging from the second position to the sixth. He recorded a 10-11 singles record which included a huge come from behind victory in Eugene, Ore., against New Mexico to give Arkansas the 4-3 edge over the Lobos. In fall play Hoang racked up eight singles victories to give him a career record of 24-17. Hoang partnered up with fellow Razorback Pete Thomason to win the Louisville Invitational doubles tournament flight B.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Hoang saw quite a bit of play during his first full year as a Razorback. Seeing strictly non-conference opponents in singles, Hoang tallied nine victories with three coming at the No. 6 spot, but he also had one each at positions three, four and five. He finished the year on a seven-match winning streak. The streak included wins over players from Central Florida, Oral Roberts, Stetson, Pacific, Lamar and UMKC. All the matches were also won in straight sets with the exception of his match against Pacific's Alex Hamilton, who Hoang dispatched of after dropping the first set, 6-3 and then proceeding to win a tiebreaker second and third set. In doubles, Hoang also saw quite a bit of time, teaming up with Taj Harrison, Mike Nott and fellow freshman Jovan Parlic. He and Parlic joined up for much of the fall season and occasionally during the spring, going 5-2 overall with two wins in dual play. Hoang and Harrison also played one match against SEC opponent, Georgia. It was their only appearance against a league opponent.
BEFORE ARKANSAS: Hoang comes to the Razorbacks having been ranked in the top 225 in the ITF world junior rankings. He also acquired several accomplishments during his high school years, including winning three ITF world titles and was a national singles finalist and a two-time doubles champion. Hoang was also the Provincial champion three years straight where he was ranked No. 1 in his providence and No. 2 in Canada in the Under 16 division. During his senior year, he kept his No. 1 providence ranking and remained in the top 5 in Canada. Hoang also carries his athletic talents off the tennis courts as he became a second-degree black belt in taekwondo and took second place at the Taekwondo National Championships for the Under 17 division.
PERSONAL: Victor is the son of Lam and Nancy Hoang and has a younger brother named Daniel. Victor chose Arkansas because he liked the coaching staff and liked how they spend a lot of time developing their players.