Foster said juniors Corey Clark and Jayson Stone will split time at singles and doubles and Zachary Saito will be at No. 3 singles.
“Nick is our only four-year player, but we expect all our seniors to be leaders,” Foster said.
With matches coming up next week, Foster has found several traits he likes about his squad and hopes they will use those as a foundation to build from as the year continues.
“(We’re) hard-working, have a never-quit attitude, and there is constant improvement with their game,” he said.
But the coach was quick to point out that despite having several upperclassmen, there is not a lot of overall experience on the court. Also, he said the team could benefit with better shot selection and needs some mental toughness.
Joining Foster as the assistant coach this season is Nick Kellum, the new Danville girls’ tennis coach in 2014.