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Men's Tennis Events

Mission's tennis complex is one of the finest in the state with 8 lighted courts. Our facility has been used for Invitational, Conference and Regional Tournaments. Mission also hosts a community wide tennis tournament that brings local players together in support of our tennis program.

The Men's team plays a very competitive schedule within the Coast Conference. Each year the team travels to the Modesto and the Ojai Invitational Tournaments. Mission has consistently qualified players for post conference play in singles and doubles. In 2010 Mission was ranked 6th in the state and Qualified 4 players for the Northern California Regional play-off. Two of the four players extended their season by qualifying for the State tournament and completed their season ranked in the top 16 for community college players in California.

The education of our players is always our number one priority. We've had an outstanding record of players who received their degrees and/or transferred on to the university level. The Men's tennis program is proud to have one of the highest GPA's for sports teams at Mission. Mission College is dedicated and committed to the support of their student athletes academically and athletically.

Coach Scott Buss has been coaching community college tennis for more than 25 years. He has been the Men's head coach at Mission for the past 4 years. Coach Buss played for UC Santa Cruz and has a strong background in college level tennis, both as a player and as a coach. He is dedicated to the Athletic program, his teams, and his players. The development of player's technique, movement, and balance and competing at the highest level is a main focus of the tennis program at Mission. Goals are set and achieved through hard work, discipline, and integrity which will always produce the success we desire in athletics and life.

If you have an interest in playing Intercollegiate Tennis, please call Scott Buss at (408) 855-5393 or email him at scott.buss@wvm.edu.