Baseball/Tennis Update

Following the three games with Jacksonville this past weekend at Mark Light Stadium, the University of Miami baseball team finds itself ranked 19th in the latest Boyd's World pseudo-Ratings Power Index (pseudo RPI's).

The Hurricanes have five top-13 opponents in Florida State (#3), Georgia Tech (#4), Houston (#6), Florida (#9) and North Carolina (#13), while 14 are rated among the top 54.

Miami has 2002 quality pseudo RPI victories over #3 Florida State, #4 Georgia Tech, #13 North Carolina, #23 Cal State Fullerton, #28 FIU, #32 Long Beach State (two), #39 Elon, #40 South Florida, #48 FAU, #51 Tennessee (two) and #54 Rutgers.

Men's Tennis ...

University of Miami's 33rd-ranked Todd Widom will begin first-round play in the NCAA Tennis Championships Wednesday at 10 a.m. against Penn State's No. 76 Jamie Gresh at the Texas A&M Tennis Center in College Station, Texas.

The freshman has compiled a 26-6 mark overall and a 17-4 dual match record at No. 1 singles for the Hurricanes.

Widom was named Most Outstanding performer at the BIG EAST Tennis Championships after recording a win over No. 14 Javier Taborga of Notre Dame in the title match.

The winner of the first round will face the winner of the match between Duke's Phillip King and Harvard's Jonathan Chu.

Live Scoring for all individual matches can be found at aggieathletics.com.

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