Men’s Tennis Unveils 2019 Spring Schedule
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Men’s Tennis Unveils 2019 Spring Schedule

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FAIRFAX, Va. –
The George Mason University men's tennis team has released its 2019 spring schedule, which includes four home matches and a road contest at James Madison.
 
"The team has been working hard this summer and fall, I am excited about our potential," head coach Jimmy Davis said. "Our goal is to improve ourselves under pressure so we can capitalize on more 3-all and third set situations. That is where we fell short in some matches last year. We are confident that our schedule and the continual desire to work hard to make improvements will be the factors that pull the momentum to our side." 
 
The Patriots open the spring slate with the rivalry matchup against the Dukes on January 25 at 1 p.m. Mason remains on the road for two contests in the Tar Heel State. The Green & Gold battle East Carolina on February 1 in Greenville then battle UNC Asheville on February 2.
 
From there, Mason plays a duo of matches in Annapolis on February 9 against host Navy, as well as Monmouth.
 
After a February 15 road match at Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Mason hosts Longwood on February 17 at Burke Racquet & Tennis Club.
 
Mason will play four matches on their annual Hilton Head spring break trip February 9-16.
 
Upon returning, the Patriots open A-10 play with a contest at Davidson on St. Patrick's Day (11 a.m.). The Green & Gold remain on the road to take on Revolutionary Rival George Washington on Feb. 23 in the District of Columbia.
 
Mason then hosts a three-match homestand, including an A-10 tilt with Dayton on April 6, as well as contests vs. Coppin State (March 30) and Christopher Newport (April 7).
 
Mason plays consecutive A-10 matches in Philadelphia vs. La Salle (Feb. 12), Duquesne (Feb. 13) and Saint Joseph's (Feb. 14).
 
Mason wraps up the regular season on April 19 at Richmond.
 
For the third-consecutive season, the Green & Gold will travel to Orlando, Fla., for the A-10 Championship. Mason will play at the USTA National Campus April 25-28.
 
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