Carter Morris and Sam Warburg Win Pac-10 Doubles Invitational

April 27, 2003

OJAI, Calif. - Stanford University's Carter Morris (Washington, D.C.) and Sam Warburg (Sacramento, CA) won the Pacific-10 Conference Men's Tennis Doubles Invitational on Sunday afternoon at Libbey Park.

Morris and Warburg defeated Bay Area rivals Or Dekel and Robert Kowalczyk of California 8-5 in Sunday afternoon's championship match.

The Cardinal pair received a bye in the first round of the 16-team draw, and then beat Daniel Andrus and Tim Mullane of Arizona 8-6 in the quarterfinals on Friday and Chris Lam and Chris Surapol of UCLA 8-3 in the semifinals on Saturday.

In the final of the doubles championship flight, Cardinal freshmen KC Corkery (Manhattan Beach, CA) and James Pade (Woodside, CA) dropped an 8-3 decision to Parker Collins and Daniel Langre of USC.

The third-ranked Cardinal men return to action on Saturday, May 10 in the first round of the NCAA Team Championship at a time and site to be announced.

2003 Pacific-10 Conference Individual Championships

Men's Doubles (Stanford results only)

Championship Flight


Parker Collins/Daniel Langre (USC) d. KC Corkery/James Pade (Stanford), 8-3

Invitational Flight


Carter Morris/Sam Warburg (Stanford) d. Or Dekel/Robert Kowalczyk (California), 8-5

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