Longhorns to compete in CCB Collegiate Invitational

Alana Kaufman

Texas will return to action this weekend in Birmingham, Alabama at the CCB Collegiate Invitational after two weeks off.

The Longhorns will send three players from their 12-man roster to compete. The tournament will showcase three singles and three doubles draws and will feature 11 universities.

Sophomore Adrian Ortiz, redshirt sophomore William Jou and redshirt freshman Julian Zlobinsky will compete in the singles draw. Ortiz will play Middle Tennessee freshman Ayed Zatar in the first singles draw. Zlobinsky will take on the University of Alabama at Birmingham sophomore Oliver Poysti in the second singles draw. Jou will compete in the third singles draw against University of Alabama junior Hayes Brewer.

In doubles play, Ortiz and Zlobinsky will team up to compete in the Crimson doubles draw against Tulane junior Chi-Shan Jao and freshman Tyler Schick. Jou will pair up with LSU freshman Cameron Andry in the Houndstooth double draw and take on Samford University sophomores Jake Faundez and Eduardo Lourido Sanchez .

This weekend’s tournament will be held at the Country Club of Birmingham. The tournament will begin on Friday and will conclude with a crowning of a champion on Sunday.