GLENDALE — The Glendale Community College men's tennis team might have one of its most imposing lineups in some time.
Writing one out prior to each match will be a pleasure for Coach Bob MacKay, who will look to get the Vaqueros back to the Southern California Regionals after missing them last season. There's balance, depth and experience across the board for the Vaqueros to be a serious playoff contender.
"I like the lineup that we have and I've had some good teams in the past," said MacKay, whose team will begin its season at 2 p.m. Thursday with a nonconference home match against Mount San Antonio College. "They are going to have to be able to compete, commit and have a chemistry in playing for their spots.
"Whether you are the No. 1 player or No. 6 player, it counts for one point. We have a pretty good nucleus, but my job will be to make sure they get that and that there are no egos involved."