Lozano and Nyman to Participate in All-American Championships
PROVO -- Erik Nyman and All-American Carlos Lozano will compete as one of the main draw doubles teams in the 2002 Icy Hot/ITA Men's All-American Championships held in Chattanooga, Tenn. on Oct. 10-14.
Nyman and Lozano have also been selected to participate in the singles qualifying portion of the All-American Championships on Oct. 8-9.
The Icy Hot/ITA Men's All-American Championships include 256-singles player and 128-doubles team prequalifying tournaments played Oct. 4-7, which feed into 64-player and 32-doubles team qualifying tournaments Oct. 8-9. The 64-player, 32-doubles team main draw takes place Oct. 10-14. The singles tournament fields can run over 300 players, making it the largest collegiate event of the season.
The All-American Championships is not only the largest single tournament of this season in collegiate tennis, but also the first of three national championship events at the Division I level during the 2002-03 collegiate tennis season.
The All-American Championships offer the first national singles and doubles titles of the season, and are followed by the Omni Hotels/ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships in November and the third event is the season-ending NCAA Championships in May.
This year's event will be hosted at the Champions Club and sponsored by Chattem, Inc. a Chattanooga pharmaceutical firm who has chosen Icy Hot to be title sponsor. This event has been played annually since 1979.
BYU Director of Athletics Tom Holmoe has announced Zack Warren as BYU head men’s tennis coach.