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Men's Tennis Season In Review
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Men's Tennis Season In Review

2020 Men’s Tennis Season in Review
Roster | News | Schedule/Results | Statistics

  • The Tennessee State Men’s team finished the 2020 season with an overall record of 2-7. Due to COVID-19 the season was disrupted and caused all Ohio Valley Conference matches to be canceled.
  • The Tigers finished 2-4 at home and 0-3 on the road.
  • Beginning of the season, Head Coach Lola Oredugba brought Quinton Argent on board as the Assistant Coach for both the women and men teams.
  • Stefan Koruga finished the season 4-5 in singles, leading the team.

Head Coach Lola Oredugba

(Reflecting on the season)
"When reflecting on the 2019 – 2020 season for our Men’s and Women’s Tennis Teams I’d say there were a lot of firsts… It’s my first year as the Head Tennis Coach for a D1 Collegiate Institution and with that comes many hats. In this role I learned quite a bit more about NCAA regulations, ITA Rules, OVC, Compliance, Academics, etc. – but my previous experience aided with efficiently navigating through these various tasks. Another first, I hired our Assistant Coach Quinton (better known as Coach Q) whom stepped into his role and did tremendous work with our Student-Athletes. I met and built a rapport with Coach Staci (Boost Performance) and she's been wonderful with ensuring our Players' bodies are prepared to withstand the season. The Student-Athletes put in work each day and were able to make tremendous strides in practice and against other Schools during competition. Although this “first” season was unfortunately cut short, I’m happy that the positive outweighed any challenges. I’m truly proud of the resilience of my Players and excited about the future of the Tennessee State University Tennis Program."