Men's Tennis Signs Two Players to National Letters of Intent
Nov. 22, 2005
SEATTLE, Wash. - Washington men's tennis head coach Matt Anger announced the signing of two standout prep players to national letters of intent, Tuesday. Holden Ching (Kamuela, Hawaii) and Alex Rosinski (Tiburon, Calif.) will join the squad for the 2006-07 season.
'I am very happy to sign both Holden and Alex,' Anger said. 'Their genuine desire to become Huskies has me thrilled about them and our future.'
Ching, who attends Hawaii Prep Academy, reached the third round of the U.S National Junior Championship this past August in Kalamazoo, Mich., and is the No. 1 ranked junior player in the state of Hawaii.
'Holden possesses a good serve and a game that I feel will grow into an all-court style very well,' Anger said. 'He will be able to help us in singles and doubles.'
Rosinski attends the Branson School and is ranked in the Top-5 in Northern California.
'Alex has the determination we are looking for in the recruiting process,' Anger said. 'He is well coached and fits perfectly into our program.'
The Huskies make their dual season debut hosting Idaho, Friday, Jan. 20, at the Nordstrom Tennis Center at 5 p.m.