In the car on the way to the airport, Kyle McMorrow will have no talk of his career. It’s an impressive one, especially considering he collected his first All-American honor Thursday, but the senior isn’t willing to accept that his illustrious career had to end like this.
There are plenty of things Kyle McMorrow has on his tennis resume. He’s currently fifth on UW men’s tennis’ all-time singles win list with 99 career victories. He’s a three-time all-conference first teamer, a three-time NCAA tournament selection, and was the third Husky ever to be named the Pac-10 Freshman of the Year when he won the honor in 2010.
After two years with the Washington men’s basketball team, Martin Breunig played a total of 175 minutes and scored 37 points. The 6-foot-8 forward from Leverkusen, Germany, decided that was enough for him.
Matt Anger can’t help but chuckle. The sun beams through the windows at the Nordstrom Tennis Center as the Washington men’s tennis head coach sits in a purple arm chair. His blue eyes light up as he digs through his memory bank to pull out a story from an NCAA tournament match against Notre Dame.
The UW announced Tuesday the hiring of new assistant coach T.J. Otzelberger, who comes to Montlake after seven seasons at Iowa State. Otzelberger spent the final two years of his tenure with the Cyclones as the associate head coach.