Photo courtesy of Dean Bauer.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's tennis team opens its 2014 campaign at the Chowdah Fest against San Diego, USF and Alabama this weekend.
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The Crimson is coming off an appearance in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, as Denis Nguyen became Harvard's first All-American since 2005 with a semifinals appearance in the men's singles draw.
Last year at the season-opening Chowdah Fest, Denis Nguyen went 2-1 in the top singles flight, earning runner-up honors and pushing winner Clarke Spinoza to three sets in their Saturday meeting. Nguyen teamed with partner Casey MacMaster to capture the tournament doubles crown, going 3-0 in doubles matches over the course of the weekend.
On the Sidelines
David Fish, the Scott Mead '77 Family Head Coach for Harvard Men's Tennis, enters his 39th season with the Crimson after coaching the men's tennis team to an 18-7 record last season and leading the Crimson to the second round of the NCAA tournament for the third-straight season.
The Crimson will split up next weekend, heading to the Napa Valley Classic and the Ivy Plus Tournament at Princeton.