Kalman Boyd moves from the University of Southern California to the University of Central Florida

Tennis - Boyd had a very good freshman season with the Trojans, finishing with 7-4 score in singles

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Kalman Boyd moves from the University of Southern California to the University of Central Florida

Kalman Boyd, top men's tennis recruit from 12 months ago is transferred from the University of Southern California to the University of Central Florida. 19-year-old Rancho Santa Fe native had a good freshman season at the USC, finishing with 7-4 in singles.

He failed to qualify for 4 ITF Futures events but had a solid junior career, reaching number 72 in the world and the leading junior spot in southern California. He also graduated from Fusion Academy in 2015.

"We are extremely excited to have Kalman as a part of our team," UCF Director of Tennis John Roddick said. "He was the No.

1 recruit in the country by the end of his senior year and his level of tennis speaks for itself. He is going to have a tremendous experience here at UCF and we are looking forward to great things from him."

SOURCE: http://ucfknights.com/news/2016/9/1/-m-tennis-boyd-joins-knights.aspx ALSO READ: Shaimaa Elsisi becomes women's tennis assistant coach at Baylor Bears

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