Coach Ryan Meyer has announced the 2023 schedule for the University of Dayton men’s tennis. Dayton will open the 2023 season on January 15 at Indiana University. The Flyers will play their first six games on the road. Then his home portion of the schedule Feb.
3 against Cedarville. The 2023 Atlantic 10 Championship will take place April 26-29 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida. The Flyers are coming off a 2021-22 season in which they went 16-8 overall and 4-0 in A-10 play.
Dayton advanced to the A-10 championship game against #1 seed VCU. Flyers will play in 23 games including 10 at home this season.
About University of Dayton
The university was founded in 1850 during Zachary Taylor’s brief presidency of the Society of Mary.
The university was fundamental when in 1913, during a great flood in the city of Dayton, it served as a shelter for many people. The Flyers, a member of NCAA Division I, are affiliated with the Atlantic 10 Conference. Basketball and American football are the major sports, home games are played at Welcome Stadium and indoors at the University of Dayton Arena.
Dayton has a decent tradition in the collegiate basketball scene, making 16 appearances in the post-season, and in the 1967 tournament it reached the national final only to be defeated by UCLA. But today it is also establishing itself in tennis.
The university’s notable alumni include: Ohio Lieutenant Governor Jon Husted, humorist Erma Bombeck, engineer David Bradley, architect Bruce Graham, Super Bowl-winning coaches Jon Gruden and Chuck Noll, first female Premier of New South Wales Kristina Keneally, sportscaster Dan Patrick,and the 1987 Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry, Charles J.
Pedersen. The University of Dayton’s campus is located on approximately 388 acres. It is divided into four sections: Historic Campus, Campus West, River Campus, and Arena Sports Complex. The campus includes 38 academic, research, athletic, and administrative buildings, five residence halls, 18 student apartment complexes, and 473 houses. Credits: pic by daytonflyers.com