"We are excited to kick off the fall season this weekend in Tulsa," Aggie head coach Steve Denton said. "The ITA All-American is the strongest tournament in our fall schedule. I know our guys are wanting to compete against someone else besides a teammate. You get a little tired of beating up on each other as we have been doing since the start of the fall semester. This tournament will gauge where our players are and what they need to continue working on as the fall progresses."
For the Aggies, Jordan Szabo, a sophomore from Australia, opened with a bye in the first round and will face Tin Ostojic from Wichita State in the second round on Saturday. The match is slated to begin at 11:30 a.m. central.
Alberto Bautista, a junior from McAllen, Texas, is seeded No. 9 in the bracket also drew a bye in the opening round and will face Baylor's Robert Verzaal at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Sophomore Jackson Withrow, from Omaha, Nebraska, drew a bye in the opening round and will face the winner of the first-round match between Alexander Golding from Pacific, or Stefan Lindmark from Ole Miss. Withrow's second-round match is slated for 3:30 p.m.
Redshirt freshman Behzad Minavi from Houston drew Erick Reyes from Wichita State in the opening round with first serve set for 8 a.m.
Harrison Adams, a true freshman from New Braunfels, and fresh off of an impressive performance at the U.S. Open Junior Championships in New York is seeded No. 15. Adams drew a bye and will face Austin Ansari from Clemson in the second round with first serve set for 11:30 a.m.
The Aggies advanced to the NCAA Championships for the 19th consecutive season last spring and defeated South Carolina in the opening round of the championships before falling to eventual national champion USC in Los Angeles.