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Big 12 Men's Team Profile: TCU

Big 12 Men's Team Profile: TCU
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The Big 12 Tennis Championships are coming up and the teams competing are solid. On the men's side, 4 of the 6 teams in the conference are ranked inside the top 10. Take a look at the team profiles and make your guess as to who will win the Big 12 Championships.

2017 Record: 17-4 overall, 5-0 Big 12

Head Coach

David Roditi was one of the best players in TCU's history and is now in his 7th season as head coach at his alma mater. Under his direction, TCU has grown immensely and has finished in the top 5 of the ITA rankings for the past two years and are looking at another top 5 finish this year. Roditi is also one of the most lively and school spirited coaches out there. For the final home match and Big 12 regular season match he painted himself purple and promoted the match across campus and to cars passing by.



1. #1 Cameron Norrie
2. #20 Alex Rybakov
3. #85 Guillermo Nuñez
4. Jerry Lopez
5. Rodrigo Banzer
6. Trevor Johnson

1. #49 Guillermo Nuñez/Alex Rybakov
2. #33 Jerry Lopez/Reese Stalder
3. Cameron Norrie/Trevor Johnson

Team Notes

The TCU frogs joined the Big 12 conference in 2013 after the 2012 realignment. Since then, they have been crushing it. They are current back-to-back Big 12 regular season champions and are the current Big 12 tournament champions. As mentioned before, the team has finished in the top 5 the past 2 years. They also made it to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament last year. They have beat every other Big 12 team and are on a 12 match winning streak heading into the Big 12 tournament.

TCU is undefeated in Big 12 conference play and are the number 1 seed in the Big 12 Championship tournament. The Horned Frogs will face the winner of the Texas/Oklahoma match on Friday, April 28.


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