Monday March 25, 2019
SNc Channels:

Search
About Salem-News.com

 

Nov-12-2010 19:54printcomments

Willamette Men's Tennis is Ranked 10th in West Region by the ITA

Ferguson is Ranked #15 and Wong is #29 for Men; Agarycheva is #9 for Women

Willamette Bearcats

(Salem, Oregon) - The Willamette University men's tennis team is ranked 10th in the West Region of NCAA Division III in a poll released by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association on Thursday, Nov. 4. In the individual rankings, Cody Ferguson (Jr., North Bend, OR/Western Oregon Univ.) is ranked 15th and Josh Wong (So., Hilo, HI/Hilo HS) is ranked 29th. Natalia Agarycheva (Sr., Vancouver, WA/Univ. of Northern Colo.) is ranked 9th in the women's poll.

Ferguson advanced to the singles final of the USTA/ITA Men's Tennis Small College Northwest Regional earlier this fall. He lost in the final but was the first Willamette men's tennis player to reach the ITA Regional finals since the Bearcats joined NCAA Division III in 1998-99.

Wong reached the round of 16 at the same event. Ferguson and Wong also paired up to advance to the quarterfinals of the doubles competition.

Agarycheva won the singles final at the USTA/ITA Women's Tennis Small College Northwest Regional. By winning the regional title, Agarycheva qualified for the USTA/ITA Small College National Championships. She was defeated 6-3, 6-4, in the preliminary round.

Natalia Agarycheva
Natalia Agarycheva
Cody Ferguson
Cody Ferguson
Josh WongJosh Wong

Story and Photos: Willamette University willamette.edu




Comments Leave a comment on this story.
Name:

All comments and messages are approved by people and self promotional links or unacceptable comments are denied.


[Return to Top]
©2019 Salem-News.com. All opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Salem-News.com.


Articles for November 11, 2010 | Articles for November 12, 2010 | Articles for November 13, 2010
Support
Salem-News.com:

Sean Flynn was a photojournalist in Vietnam, taken captive in 1970 in Cambodia and never seen again.

Tribute to Palestine and to the incredible courage, determination and struggle of the Palestinian People. ~Dom Martin

Your customers are looking: Advertise on Salem-News.com!



Donate to Salem-News.com and help us keep the news flowing! Thank you.