Tennis News
The Official Tennis Newswire

College of Charleston coach gets 500th win

Tennis News Links



Collector Tennis Ball Cans

Free Breaking Tennis News from Reporting on the world's top competitive junior tennis players

Receive Bob Larson's Daily Tennis Newsletter
ONLY $37 for 3 months
Business News,
Pro Tour News Men,
Pro Tour News Women,
Classifieds, College News

Advertise on




Five-hundred wins and 700 matches. "That's a lot of balls . . . over 23,000 balls. I wonder what happened to all of those balls," College of Charleston women's coach Angelo Anastopoulo said Friday afternoon.

Anastopoulo's College of Charleston team had just notched a 5-2 win over Samford University that doubled as his 500th combined men's/women's win and 700th match.

Anastopoulo is a 42-year-old former star at The Citadel. He is in his 18th year at the College of Charleston where he has a 328-121 women's record. He also produced a 172-79 record coaching the men's team.
His oldest brother, Arthur, was an All-American at the University of South Carolina, while another brother, Akim (a local attorney and TV star of the "Judge Extreme Akim" courtroom drama), played for the University of Louisville. The lone girl in the family, Patti, played for the College of Charleston.

The College of Charleston finished the regular season with a 21-4 record, good enough for a 9-1 record and second-place finish to Furman in the Southern Conference.


Can't find what you're looking for? Try Google Search! 




Forward This Article to a Friend

Back to Home Page