Partners Thamma and Maltby, as well as Goulak and Lam, each won two doubles matches in the main draw
Aggie alums Adam Levie and Toki Sherbakov gain semifinals of consolation bracket
Three teams still alive entering tournament's third day
UC Davis faces Fresno State, Loyola Marymount, and William & Mary, in duals while making an appearance in prestigous doubles tournament.
UC Davis closes road swing at Saint Mary's before welcoming Nevada for home opener
Meyer played for Steidlmayer from 1999 to 2003, playing either No. 1 or No. 2 singles and doubles all four years. As a freshman, he was selected as the ITA West Region Rookie of the Year and competed at the NCAA Division III Individual Championships. He also captured the NCAA’s Arthur Ashe, Jr. Leadership and Sportsmanship award as a senior.
Following his Triton career, Meyer played in professional tournaments throughout France during the summer of 2003. He returned to the U.S. later that year and entered the business sector, most recently serving as a vice president for a public finance investment banking firm based in San Francisco.
Meyer has continued to play and teach tennis during his business career, captaining 5.5 and 6.0 teams to the USTA Nationals from 2006 to 2009. In 2008, Meyer paired with Cal Aggie Athletics Hall of Famer Greg Lee in several tournaments and secured the No. 3 doubles ranking in Northern California.
Meyer earned his bachelor’s degree in management science from UCSD in 2003.
Two Aggie teams advance to round of 32 on day one
Men's tennis bested by Boise State
Doubles Tourney and Boise State dual awaits Aggies
Aggie tandem bests No. 27-ranked Stanford pair in dual
Men's tennis prepares to face
No. 2 Stanford
Thamma earns Big West
Athlete of the Week honors