• Longhorns serve first at ITA Kick-Off Weekend

    The Longhorns return to action this weekend at home at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend. Texas welcomes No. 21 Florida, No. 15 Texas Tech and No. 17 Ole Miss.

    The tournament will take place in 15 different locations across the country, each showcasing four college teams. All teams will be competing for 15 available spots in the upcoming ITA National Team Indoor Championship at The University of Virginia.

    Texas will have a nine-man roster competing in the event. Senior Michael Riechmann, junior George Goldhoff, sophomores John Mee and Adrian Ortiz, freshmen Colin Markes, Harrison Scott, Johnny Goodwin and Rodrigo Banzer and redshirt freshman Julian Zlobinsky will all participate in the singles and doubles draws. In doubles play, Ortiz will team up with Riechmann, Goldhoff will pair off with Zlobinsky, Banzer will be with Scott, and Mee and Markes will be a doubles duo.

    Last year, the Longhorns came out strong, defeating Minnesota 4-1. They continued their streak and took down Florida State 4-1, securing them a spot at last years ITA National Team Indoor Championship. At the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, Texas walked away with two wins.

    Texas will face Florida at 10 a.m. Saturday and will square off against Texas Tech or Ole Miss. Matches will be played at the Weller Indoor Tennis Center, with the championship match on Sunday.

  • Texas returns in ITA Kick-Off Weekend

    The Longhorns will return to action this weekend in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend. Texas will compete against Alabama, Penn and Purdue. 

    The tournament will kick off the ITA regular season for women’s tennis and will take place in 15 different locations across the country, each showcasing four college teams. 

    Texas will send its entire roster to compete in the event. Seniors Breaunna Addison and Lana Groenvynck, junior Neda Koprcina, sophomore Dani Wagland and freshmen Chelsea Crovetti, Katie Poluta and Daniella Roldan will all be partaking in singles match play. In the doubles draw, Addison and Wagland, who have a winning overall record of 9–4, will team up. Koprcina and Groenvynck will pair up in hopes to add a win to their 2–8 record. Freshman duo Roldan and Poluta will compete as first-time doubles partners.

    Texas will start the tournament squaring off against Purdue on Saturday and will either face Alabama or Penn on Sunday. The winner of the tournament will advance to the ITA National Indoor Championship in Madison, Wisconsin, on Feb. 5.