Fendick-McCain replaces the resigned Moore

AUSTIN, Texas -- Former Washington coach Patty Fendick-McCain has been
hired to lead the Texas women's tennis team, the school announced

A former NCAA champion as a player at Stanford, Fendick-McCain,
40, replaces Jeff Moore, who resigned after 23 years at Texas.
Fendick-McCain coached Washington the last eight years, leading the
team to the NCAA tournament every season.

Fendick-McCain won NCAA singles titles in 1986 and 1987. During
her professional career, she was ranked as high as fourth in
doubles and 19th in singles.