Leandro Toledo has been selected to compete in singles, while Jack Hamburg and Mathieu Froment are an alternate pairing in doubles.
No. 39 Minnesota will play the Hawkeyes at noon Sunday to kick off conference action
No. 34 Tulsa and No. 25 Harvard will pay a visit to the Baseline Tennis Center this weekend
A senior in 2012-13, Rok Bonin continued his stay at the University of Minnesota as a student assistant coach before graduating in 2014 with a degree in finance.
Bonin, a former nationaljunior champion in both singles and doubles in his native Slovenia before coming to college, finished his Minnesota career with a 71-46 singles record and 73-37 doubles mark. His 73 doubles wins tie him for fifth on Minnesota's all-time career victories list. He was the Gophers' sixth three-time All-Big Ten First Team selection with a unanimous selection as a senior in 2013.
In addition to tennis, Bonin enjoys playing soccer and was a member of Minnesota's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.The son of Vili and Katja Bonin, he was born April 17, 1990. His twin brother, Enej, played tennis at the University of Denver.
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