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Furman University Men | Women

Division:NCAA - Div. I
Location:Greenville, SC
Head Coach:Adam Herendeen
Assistant Coach:Catherine Dunagan
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Small city
Student Population:2,500+
Top Recruiting Classes: R.V. in 2018, R.V. in 2016, R.V. in 2013, #14 in 2007
Top Mid-Major Classes: #3 in 2018, #25 in 2017, #5 in 2016, R.V. in 2015, #4 in 2013, #12 in 2010, #9 in 2009, #2 in 2007

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Maggie Pate Lithia FL
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The Sports News Wire
We continuously monitor news feeds from various online sources such as CSTV, UWIRE, and JumpTV to bring you the latest news about your favorite teams.
20-May-2019 Furman's Kozarov Falls In Opening Round Of NCAA Singles Championship
19-May-2019 Furman's Kozarov To Begin Play At NCAA Singles Championship Monday
4-May-2019 No. 20 Tennessee Tops Furman, 4-0, In Opening Round Of NCAA Championships
3-May-2019 Furman To Play No. 20 Tennessee Saturday In NCAA Tournament
3-May-2019 Furman's Weymouth Chosen SoCon Player Of The Month
30-Apr-2019 Furman's Kozarov To Compete At NCAA Singles Championship
30-Apr-2019 Templeton & Buchalski Honored As Furman Athletes Of the Year
29-Apr-2019 Furman Women's Tennis Will Face No. 20 Tennessee In NCAA First Round Match-Up
24-Apr-2019 Furman Athletics, Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment Announce Multimedia Rights Partnership
20-Apr-2019 No. 50 Furman Holds Off ETSU, 4-2, To Win Third-Straight SoCon Championship
More Wire News...
9/13 Rachel Marsh chooses Piedmont
9/12 Carter Morgan chooses South Carolina
9/12 Carolyn Reid chooses Sewanee
9/12 Julia Fliegner chooses Michigan
9/11 Loren Byers chooses Penn State
9/11 Vanessa Ong chooses UCLA
9/11 Lauren Kadow chooses Sewanee
9/11 Sophia Hatton chooses Clemson
9/10 Tiffani Nash chooses Missouri State
9/09 Sam Sherman chooses Babson

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