Utah State's men's tennis team completed its signing class with the addition of two transfers on Wednesday.
The Aggies announced the signings of Karan Salwan, a transfer from UNC Wilmington, and Jack Swindells, who transferred from Morehead State.
Swindells held the No. 1 singles position during his freshman year, finishing with a 9-11 record. Previously, eh was ranked No. 90 in the men's Australian rankings and was ninth in the boys 18-and-under division.
Salwan, a native of New Delhi, played in two matches last year and was rated as high as No. 230 in the World ITF Junior Rankings.
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