For example, if you’re looking for a marriage-material guy– a man in his 30s with at least a college degree who works the standard 40 hours a week or more and has never been married, head directly to San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle or Austin, Texas.
San Francisco has the second highest ratio of single male to single female (0.972), where 52% of adult men are single. suburb of Silver Springs, Md., 44.4% of adult women are single – of which, 14.6% are in their fab forty years and 38.8% work at least 40 hours a week.
Unless you’ve cruised with us before, the thought of venturing on your first singles cruise can be downright intimidating.But here’s a few reasons why you should step out of your comfort zone and join us for a vacation like no other.To handle the potential fatigue of the doubleheader, USC needed a complete team effort with court action given to more than just their six ranked Trojans. It’s really nice to see them out there fighting with us,” Sarmiento said. The last time that the Trojans played at Marks Stadium was a 6-1 win over No. Taking a guess at what people care about most, we looked specifically at the ratio of single men to single women, the age range of these singles, how many hours they typically work each week, how much education they have and whether they were previously married or not.
Note that we only analyze those at or over the age of 21.
Gomez bounced back from an early 0-3 deficit in the first set to win his 10th singles match in a row giving USC a 4-0 advantage over San Diego. Johnson, who was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Men’s Team Indoors Championships last weekend, defeated No. 18 sophomore Ray Sarmiento and freshman Jordi Vives finished their opponents for USC’s 7-0 advantage.
77 Nikola Bubnic 6-4, 6-2 for his 47th-straight singles win. “I was feeling physically beat out in the second match, but I kept telling myself one point at a time,” Sarmiento said. 28 pair of Hanfmann and Johnson began with an 8-2 win over Bubnic and Visy. Quiroz secured the victory with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Rickey Baylon on court four.
“At the end of the day, you just have to tough it out.” Sarmiento, who is 22-7 in singles this season, defeated No. Senior Daniel Nguyen and freshman Eric Johnson capped off the doubles point for USC with an 8-5 finish over Ciaran Fitzgerald and Pohlmann. The first two singles points against the Aztecs came from Sarmiento and Johnson on courts one and five, respectively.
74 Patrick Pohlmann, one of San Diego’s three ranked players, 6-4, 6-1. After Quiroz’s clincher, Hanfmann, Nguyen and freshman Jonny Wang defeated their opponents to give USC the sweep. “People are supporting us and it’s so much easier with the crowd.” The time back home will be short-lived, as the Trojans will hit the road again Wednesday and take their undefeated record to the Los Angeles Tennis Center to face No.
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