#21 Clemson Plays in Blue-Gray Men's National Tennis Classic This Weekend
Mississippi State, ranked 11th nationally, is the top-seeded team in the tournament. Auburn, ranked 28th nationally is the third seed and Alabama, ranked 36th is the fourth-seeded team. Other participants in the Classic include Virginia Commonwealth, Texas Tech, Boise State and Princeton. Each team is guaranteed to play three matches as places 1-8 will be determined in the three-day tournament.
The winner of the Clemson-Princeton match will play the winner of the Alabama-Boise State match on Saturday.
Clemson has a 10-1 record overall this season and is ranked 21st according to the latest ITA poll. The Tigers’ Hunter Harrington is ranked 67th in singles play. Harrington is 13-5 overall, 6-2 in dual match play. The doubles team of Harrington and Dominique Maden is 11-2 this season, 6-0 in dual matches.
This will be the 11th meeting between Clemson and Princeton on the tennis courts. Clemson leads the overall series, that was started in 1980, 7-3.