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Men’s Tennis Rolls to Aggie Fall Invite

Photo courtesy of Zack Williamson
Photo courtesy of Zack Williamson

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Aggie Fall Invite
Friday-Sunday, Sept. 25-27
Mitchell Tennis Center
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Harvard continues its road swing in College Station, Texas (Zach Williamson).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard men's tennis heads to College Station, Texas to take part in the Aggie Fall Invite at the Mitchell Tennis Center on the campus of Texas A&M Friday-Sunday, Sept. 25-27. Up against the Crimson will be A&M, Texas Tech and Illinois. 

This marks the first time the Crimson will play in the invite since 2013, when the tandem of Denis Nguyen '15 and Casey MacMaster '14 highlighted the Crimson's performance with an upset over the 12th-ranked pair Shane Vinsant and Harrison Adams of Texas A&M.

Schedule 
Friday: 10 a.m. Doubles
11 a.m. Doubles
2 p.m. Singles 

Saturday: 10 a.m. Singles
2 p.m. Singles

Sunday: 9a.m. Doubles
10am Singles

Social Stream
Use the Social Stream on GoCrimson.com to stay connected with the Crimson on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram this year. The Social Stream brings the conversation from all three platforms into one convenient location, allowing fans of all Harvard Athletics teams to monitor the action in real time.

Last Year
The Crimson is coming off an appearance in the NCAA Tournament, as Denis Nguyen '15 also earned a spot at the NCAA Individuals and teamed with Brian Yeung to head to the doubles championship.  

On the Sidelines
David Fish, the Scott Mead '77 Family Head Coach for Harvard Men's Tennis, enters his 40th season with the Crimson after coaching the men's tennis team to an 19-8 record last season and leading the Crimson to NCAA tournament for the fourth-straight season. Fish owns an all-time dual record of 647-292-1 and has led the Crimson to a top-40 finish in each of the last four seasons.

Up Next
The Crimson continues on the road to College Station, Texas to compete at the Aggie Fall Invite on Sept. 25-27.

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