Eric Quigley Excited to Turn Pro

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Updated: 7/12/2012 7:34 pm
Eric Quigley, the NCAA men's singles runner-up from 2012, is turning pro this month in Lexington.

The Kentucky native and UK grad is launching his professional career at the 5/3 Tennis Tournament at the UK Boone Tennis Complex and couldn't be more excited to take the next step on his home turf.

Quigley also recently found out he is tied for the all-time record for wins in the NCAA at 172.
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