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Beck Meares back in Feb. 17, 2012. Meares has resigned as Metro’s head tennis coach after 12-years. File photo by Nathan Federico

Meares legacy is ending

Meares legacy is ending

The 12-year legacy that is Beck Meares came to an end on July 1, when the Metro men’s and women’s tennis head coach announced her resignation.
Meares, who is from Brisbane, began her career at Metro as a student-athlete, when she was recruited by fellow Australian Brad Trost, then Metro assistant tennis coach.

Meares and Cromwell ace honors

Cara Cromwell Freshman women’s tennis player Cara Cromwell earned the RMAC Player of the Year honor. She registered a 15-12 at No. 1 singles, winning seven of her last eight matches. Cromwell also played No. 1 doubles with senior Alicia Holm. The doubles team went 11-17. Cromwell lettered all four years at Rocky Mountain High

Tennis wrap-up

Metro tennis wrapped up their season with the women earning third place and the men fourth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament April 20-21 in Grand Junction. The No. 2 seeded women fell to Colorado Mesa University in the semifinals 5-3, but went on to beat Colorado State University-Pueblo 5-0 for the bronze. Freshman

Tennis ends the season strong

Metro men’s and women’s tennis finished the season strong, pulling out victories against Colorado Christian University, Hastings College (Neb.) and CSU-Pueblo April 12 and 13 at Gates Tennis Club. The men’s team improved their overall record to 11-14, earning the No. 4 seed for the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament. The

Roadrunner tennis battles with the west

Metro men’s and women’s tennis fell to Western New Mexico 9-0 and 5-4, respectively, April 5 at Gates Tennis Center. “On the guys’ side, you always know that New Mexico is pretty strong. They won the conference tournament the last couple of years,” head coach Beck Meares said. The women’s matchup was between the two