November 13th, 2014

UF Club 3-0 After ‘Tennis on Campus’ Win at UCF Knitro Cup

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The University of Florida club tennis team continued its domination of the 2014-15 USTA Florida ‘Tennis on Campus’ series on Nov. 8-9, 2014 at the UCF Knitro Cup in Orlando. In the final the UF-“A” team defeated the University of Miami-“A” squad 28-11 in the World TeamTennis scoring format.

Our ‘A’ team brought home the championship and our B-D teams competed hard and won a lot of tough matches,” said UF captain Max Koller. “Overall had a great time with everyone this fall and cannot wait for the spring tournament season come January.”

UF won the men’s singles 6-0 and doubles 6-2, the women’s doubles 6-2 and the mixed 6-1. UM was victorious in the women’s singles 6-3.

It was UM’s first appearance in a final in the 2014-15 season.

In the Silver Bracket final UCF-“B” defeated Florida Gulf Coast University-“B” 25-20. The Bronze Bracket final was cancelled due to darkness with the University of Tampa-“A” and University of South Florida-“C” teams reaching the final.

UF is now a perfect 3-0 in Florida ‘Tennis on Campus’ events in 2014, and 4-0 overall after earlier this Fall becoming the first repeat winner at the national USTA Tennis On Campus Fall Invitational in Hilton Head, S.C., defeating Auburn 25-18 in the final.

The next event on the USTA Florida ‘Tennis on Campus’ circuit will be the University of Miami Ibis Open on Jan. 24-25, 2015 in Miami.

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USTA Florida Tennis on Campus 2014-15 Schedule:

Sept. 13-14 — USF Bull Run, Tampa [RAINED OUT]
Sept. 27-28 — FSU Capital Challenge, Tallahassee [FINAL: UF d. UCF]
Oct. 25-26 — UF Gatorbowl, Gainesville [FINAL: UF-A d. UF-B]
Nov. 8-9 — UCF Knitro Cup, Orlando [FINAL: UF-A d. UM-A]
Jan. 24-25 — UM Ibis Open, Miami
Feb. 7-8 — FGCU Dirty Bird Classic, Ft. Myers
Feb. 21-22 — USTA Florida ‘Tennis on Campus’ Championships, Altamonte Springs
March TBA — Spring Break Invitational

Top 5 USTA Florida ‘Tennis on Campus’ Point Standings
(as of Nov. 10, 2014)

1. University of Florida — 1,640 points
2. University of Central Florida — 1,040
3. Florida State University — 720
4. University of South Florida — 710
5. Florida Gulf Coast University — 555

For more information on the USTA Florida Tennis on Campus series visit, or contact Desirae McLaughlin at