Howard Joffe has been named the head women's tennis coach at The University of Texas. Joffe will assume his head coaching duties at UT on July 9.
Five Big 12 student-athletes were named to the 2015 ITA Collegiate All-Star Team, a collection of the most accomplished student-athletes from each of the college divisions during the 2014-15 season.
The Big 12 Conference has announced its Scholar-Athlete of the Year recipients for the 2015 spring sport season. The following student-athletes have been selected as the award-winners for their respective sports based on a vote of each sport's head coaching group.
The Big 12 is excited to announce its championship schedule for 2015-16. The Conference has also awarded multi-year agreements in men's basketball, women's basketball and baseball.
Senior All-Americans Lloyd Glasspool and Søren Hess-Olesen concluded their banner careers at The University of Texas with a win in the NCAA Doubles Championship title on Monday at Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center. The duo became the 2015 NCAA Doubles Champions by defeating Texas Tech's Hugo Dojas and Felipe Soares, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3.
The NCAA Tennis Doubles Championship title match will be an all-Big 12 affair, as the duo of Lloyd Glasspool and Søren Hess-Olesen (UT) will face Felipe Soares and Hugo Dojas (TTU) on Monday for the national title.
For the first time in conference history, three pairings from Big 12 programs have advanced to the NCAA Doubles Championship semifinals. The semifinal matches will be played Sunday in Waco, Texas.
Three Baylor men's tennis players each won their opening round match in the NCAA Singles Championship Wednesday at the Hurd Tennis Center.
No. 3 seed Virginia was too much for top-seeded Oklahoma, knocking off the Sooners 4-1 in Tuesday's NCAA Men's Tennis Championship final.
The ITA has announced its national award winners for Division I tennis, with the Big 12 leading the way with three honorees on the men's side.
No. 1 seed Oklahoma reached the title match of the NCAA Men's Tennis Championship for the second consecutive year with a narrow 4-3 defeat of No. 5 seed TCU.
No. 2 seed Baylor couldn't hold off No. 3 seed Virginia and lost 4-2 in the NCAA Men's Tennis Championship semifinal Monday.