2002 Men's Tennis Season Review

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USC won the 2002 NCAA team title, while UCLA claimed the Conference Championship with a 6-1 record in Pac-10 play. The Bruins' Rodrigo Grilli won the singles title at the Pac-10 Championships in Ojai, Calif., while the UCLA duo of Marcin Matkowski and Jean-Julien Rojer captured the doubles title.

STANFORD's K.J. Hippensteel was named Pac-10 Player of the Year. Matkowski and Rojer were named the Doubles Team of the Year. WASHINGTON's Alex Vlaski earned the Freshman of the Year honors.

USC head coach Richard Leach was named the Pac-10 Coach of the Year. Leach guided the Trojans to a 19-5 record and its fourth NCAA title under his reign. It was the fifth honor for the USC tennis coach, who retired following the NCAA Championships.

2002 FINAL PAC-10 MEN'S TENNIS STANDINGS
(dual match records)


Conference Overall
W-L PCT. W-L PCT.
1. *UCLA 6-1 .857 19-4 .826
2. Stanford 5-2 .714 19-5 .792
USC 5-2 .714 19-5 .792
California 5-2 .714 18-6 .750
5. Washington 3-4 .429 17-6 .739
Arizona State 3-4 .429 12-9 .571
7. Arizona 1-6 .143 9-12 .429
8. Oregon 0-7 .000 12-10 .545

* - Pac-10 Champion

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