When naming a replacement for Billy Chadwick, Ole Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork wanted to keep the winning tradition going. When he started to discuss the exit for Chadwick, who has led the Rebels to 20 straight NCAA Tournaments, this past summer, talk was directed to Chadwick’s assistant, Toby Hansson. (January 15, 2014, Page 7)
Men’s tennis at Ole Miss got a whole lot more important in 2014. After 35 years of coaching tennis at Ole Miss, Billy Chadwick has decided to call it a career, making this spring his final wearing red, white and blue. (January 14, 2014, Page 6)
BLOG — Thirty-five years of coaching at Ole Miss is going to be enough for Billy Chadwick. The legendary coach, who has coached the men’s tennis team for the past 30 seasons, has decided to call it a career following the upcoming 2014 season. (more…) (January 13, 2014)
A special announcement involving the Ole Miss men’s tennis program will come later this afternoon. Ole Miss coach Billy Chadwick will be joined alongside AD Ross Bjork and Chancellor Dr. Dan Jones at the media event that is being held at the Starnes Center. (January 13, 2014, Page 6)
Former Ole Miss and professional standout Dave Randall will be inducted into the Mississippi Tennis Hall of Fame in January 2014. (August 23, 2013, Page 7A)
The Ole Miss men’s tennis team will look to shake off their disappointing performance at the Southeastern Conference Tournament from two weeks ago as they host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tennis Championships this weekend at the Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center. (more…) (May 9, 2013, Page 8A)
Ole Miss’ desired run in the Southeastern Conference Tournament at Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center was over before it got going as the No. 5 seed Rebels lost 4-3 to No. 12 Alabama Thursday.
If you’re not headed to the beach in Florida or to Colorado to ski, Ole Miss men’s tennis coach Billy Chadwick would love to see you at the Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center. Starting with two matches this weekend, one against No. 7 Georgia on Friday, and one on Sunday against No. 10 Tennessee, the No. 9 Rebels are hosting a bevy of talented tennis teams as part of their “Spring Break Slam.” (more…) (March 7, 2013, Page 8)