Chuck Kriese interviews Tim Cass, the Athletic Director at University of New Mexico. Tim was a player at the University of new Mexico, a tennis coach at New Mexico and Texas A&M. He has served on the ITA executive committee, the NCAA tennis committee and much more. He is one of the board members that was responsible for the NCAA rule change that created the firestorm of 10,000 signatures on a petition against their move to minimize the length of a dual match and change the scoring system of the sport. Tim’s unique perspective is one that needs to be heard and Kriese is very outspoken to many of the disconnects between the committees and what is actually happening and needed in the field of American Tennis.