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Tulsa's McGregor Selected to 2001 NCAA Men's Singles Championships

TU junior Dane McGregor is just the third player in the 46-year history of the Tulsa men's tennis program to participate in the modern format of the NCAA Tennis Championships.
TU junior Dane McGregor is just the third player in the 46-year history of the Tulsa men's tennis program to participate in the modern format of the NCAA Tennis Championships.
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May 7, 2001

Tulsa, Oklahoma - University of Tulsa junior Dane McGregor has been selected to participate in the 2001 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Singles Championships in Athens, Ga., May 23-28. The bracket for the field of 64 singles players will be announced on Tuesday, May 22.

After beginning the spring with an 11-match win streak, McGregor completed the season with a singles mark of 23-9, the most wins for him in a single season, and a record of 19-5 in spring dual matches. During the 2001 spring campaign, he spent a total of 12 weeks ranked among the nation's top-100 singles players. McGregor reached his highest ranking of his career this season when he appeared in the WingspanBank.com Collegiate Tennis Rankings on March 9 as the 39th-ranked singles player in the country.

A two-time Western Athletic Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week selection in 2001, McGregor was named to the all-WAC first team in both singles and doubles.

McGregor, who completed the season as the top singles player in Region V, is just the third player in the 46-year history of the Tulsa men's tennis program to participate in the modern format of the NCAA Tennis Championships. He joins former Hurricane All-Americans Nenad Toroman (1996-2000) and Gareth Williams (1996-99) as the only TU players to play in the NCAA Singles Championships.