The match decision came down to the final singles court for the fifth consecutive match.
The Horned Frogs mounted a comeback, but fell short to the top 25 opponent.
The No. 40 Horned Frogs could not overcome the No. 31 Tigers in the Sunday battle.
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Dave Borelli enters his fourth season leading the TCU men's tennis program after serving the previous four years as coach of the TCU women's squad. The Horned Frog head coach has compiled a 416-107 overall record in 21 seasons at the college level, including a 42-32 mark in his current stint with the TCU men's program.
With the TCU women, Borelli posted a 72-30 record (.705). His 20-year overall mark, which includes seven national championships with the USC women's team, is 404-95 (.810).
Over the four-year period with TCU women's tennis, the team progressed from a ranking of No. 56 in 2003 to its No. 15 position in 2006.
Borelli was named Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Southwest Region Coach of the Year and Conference USA Coach of the Year in 2005 and Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year in 2006. Additionally, Borelli was named the NCAA National Collegiate Coach of the Year in 1981.
Borelli's 2006 TCU squad won the Mountain West Conference regular season and tournament championship while advancing to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history.
Throughout his career, Borelli has coached collegiate, professional, club and camp tennis. He spent 14 seasons (1974, 1976-88) at USC, where his teams earned seven national titles, three runner-up finishes and 10 conference championships.
During his time in Los Angeles, he coached five individuals to national collegiate singles titles and two doubles teams to collegiate championships. In total, 25 different players earned 56 All-America honors.
Following the 1981 season, Borelli was named the NCAA National Collegiate Coach of the Year after leading his team to a 33-1 overall record and a third-place national finish. In 1983, Borelli became the youngest coach to win an NCAA women's tennis title at the age of 32 when the Women of Troy finished with a 33-0 record.
In his career at USC, Borelli posted a 302-45 record for an .870 winning percentage. Over an eight-year period, his teams won 88 straight home matches.
After leaving collegiate tennis, Borelli served as the head coach for the Sacramento Capitals, a professional tennis team. He was also a tennis pro at both Sierra Sport and Racquet Club as well as the Copper River Country Club.
In 1997, Borelli was selected as the United States Professional Tennis Association Pro of the Year. He was later a private pro tour coach for four years.
Borelli has served as the chair of the National Collegiate Tennis Coaches Committee, the Western Collegiate Athletic Association, the Pac-10 Coaches Committee and was on the board of directors for the Central California Tennis Association.