Mocs Open SoCon Play at Elon & UNCG
Junior Jackson Tresnan
Courtesy: GoMocs.com
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men's tennis team opens Southern Conference action this weekend with a trip to Elon and UNCG.  The Mocs visit the Phoenix on Saturday, March 10, at Noon (E.S.T.), in Elon., N.C.  UTC follows that up with a Noon match against the Spartans on Sunday, March 11, in Greensboro, N.C.

The Phoenix tied for the 2011 SoCon Regular season title, but are 4-6 overall and 1-0 in league play this season.  Chattanooga is looking to snap an eight match losing streak to Elon.  UTC's last win in the series was a 4-3 victory in 2005.  The Mocs narrowly missed pulling off an upset last year with a tight 4-3 loss at the UTC Tennis Courts. 

A link for live scoring for the Elon match will be available on the men's tennis schedule page on GoMocs.com.

UNCG has won the last four matches in the series.  The Mocs' last win against the Spartans was a 5-2 victory in 2007.  They are currently 5-6 and 2-0 in SoCon action. 

Chattanooga is off to its best start since 2008 with an 8-2 record.  The Mocs have won six straight and have already tied last year's win total.

Junior Jackson Tresnan (Apopka, Fla.) leads the team with a 9-1 singles mark, all in spring action.  He is 7-0 at the No. 5 position and has won nine-straight.   His nine-match winning streak is the longest since current assistant coach Peter Sauska won 11 straight in 2007. 

Fellow junior Roberto Vieira (Bedfordview, South Africa) is 11-7 overall and holds down the No. 1 slot where he is 7-3.  His 11 singles wins are the most on the team. 

Junior Chris Smith (Johnson City, Tenn.) is No. 2 in the lineup where he is 7-2.  Junior Ankit Chopra (Chandigrah, India) is 4-4 at No. 3 while fellow junior Manuel Barroetavena (Buenos Aires, Argentina) is 5-2 since entering the lineup at No. 4.  Freshman Pavels Grigorjevs (Riga, Latvia) is solidifying his role at No. 6 where he is 4-2 this spring. 

The doubles lineup includes Chopra and Smith at No. 1, Vieira and Barroetavena at No. 2 and Grigorjevs and Tresnan at No. 3.  The Mocs have won the doubles point in four straight matches. 

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