Apr 16, 2013 12:16 AM by Bill Halter

Dome prepares for final match on the Central Coast

It will be senior day for the Cal Poly men's tennis team on Tuesday afternoon meaning the final home match for Jordan Bridge and Andre Dome. Dome, an Arroyo Grande High School graduate is the 25th ranked singles player in the country. He expects the final competition at Mustang Courts to be emotional. "This is probably the last time I'll play on the Central Coast in a competitive match so I've got to put it all out there and I know my parents will be out there and it will be a little nerve racking but at the end of it it's going to be pretty emotional" said Dome.

Dome is 19-4 in singles competion and 13-4 in doubles. The reigning Big West player of the year is undefeated in conference matches this season. "I think Andre is going to go down career wise as the best tennis player Cal Poly's has had since they've been Division one. He's been tremendous in really putting Cal Poly on the national map in terms of his single play" said Cal Poly head coach Nick Carless.

Cal Poly will finish the regular season with Tuesday's home match against Hawaii at 1:00pm and then the Mustangs will play at UCSB on Saturday afternoon. Cal Poly is tied with Hawaii and Pacific for first place in the Big West at 3-1. The Mustangs won the Big West regular season and tournament titles last season.



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