Lengsfeld becomes the newest member of Matt Knollís 2011 roster.
WACO, Texas - Baylor head men's tennis coach Matt Knoll recently
announced the signing of Dennis Lengsfeld (Alterkuelz, Germany) to a
National Letter of Intent for the 2011 academic year.
The 6'3Ē right-hander will join a Baylor squad that boasts five
returnees from a 2010 team that reached the NCAA quarterfinals. The
20-year-old Lengsfeld is a graduate of GYK Koblenz High School in
Lengsfeld continues a line of German talent that Knoll has brought to
Waco over his 14 seasons at the helm of the Baylor program. Other
Germans that have played for Knoll include junior Julian Bley (Veitshoechheim,
Germany), Dominik Mueller (Frankfurt, Germany), Gwen Corches (Munich,
Germany), Lars Poerschke (Buseck, Germany) and NCAA Singles Champions
Benjamin Becker (Orscholz, Germany) and Benedikt Dorsch (Weiden,
Lengsfeld joins five-star recruit Robert Verzaal (Shreveport, La), as
freshmen on a Baylor team that also includes three seniors, three
juniors and one sophomore.
Baylor will begin spring tennis action on January 14 when the Bears
travel to California to take part in the Sherwood Cup. The team's first
dual match of the season will be on Thursday, Jan. 20, when the Bears
host Louisiana-Lafayette at 3 p.m.