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Emporia State tennis Coach John Cayton steps down ESU Photography

Emporia State Tennis Coach John Cayton has announced his resignation. In a released statement Coach Cayton says he will be pursuing business management opportunities in the private sector.

He completed his 13th season at Emporia State. During the 13 seasons the women made 4 NCAA Tournament appearances and won a MIAA Championship. The men made 2 NCAA tournament appearances. The search for the next head tennis coach will begin soon.

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