The calendar has turned to August which means several schools will be in session shortly so most of the current coaching openings should get filled sooner rather than later. Over the last week there have been three head coaching hires along with several assistant coaching hires.
University of North Florida Director of Athletics Lee Moon announced the hiring of Matt Lucas as the Ospreys new men's head coach. Lucas comes to Jacksonville after serving as the associate head coach at Buffalo last season and will replace Mark Finnegan who departed after four seasons to become the men's assistant coach at Auburn. Below are some quotes from UNF's release:
"This is a great hire for our program and we are thrilled to have Matt and all his coaching experience leading our team," said Moon. "During the interview process, Matt demonstrated a real passion for the game and developing student-athletes. Throughout his career he has been a strong teacher of the game and has a wealth of experience in both collegiate and professional tennis. He is an outstanding recruiter and has strong ties to the tennis community in North Florida. We are excited to have Matt at UNF and look forward to watching him continue and even grow the success of our men's tennis program."
"I am extremely excited about this opportunity to lead the lead the men's tennis program at the University of North Florida," said Lucas. "I want to thank Lee Moon and Nick Morrow for entrusting me with the reigns of this great program. I also want to thank UNF women's coach Mariana Cobra for her support during the interview process. It is an exciting time for the tennis program and I look forward to helping build on the past successes while striving to further the national prominence of UNF Tennis and continue competing for ASUN Championships. Our guys will also be involved in the Jacksonville community and maintain their strong performances in the classroom as well. With my ties to the area, I can't wait to get back to the River City and begin working with the team. It is a great day to be and Osprey. SWOOP!"
New Oklahoma women's coach Audra Cohen announced the hiring of Amy Sargeant as the Sooners new assistant coach. Sargeant played at Florida State from 2010 to 2013 and was the assistant coach at New Mexico last season. OU's previous assistant Vincent "Boomer" Saia took a job with the Vanderbilt women's program a few days ago but I haven't seen an official release yet from the school.
North Florida jumped out to a 3-1 lead with wins at 2 and 4 but Florida Gulf Coast rallied to take the final 3 matches with Ricky Ventura clinching it at #3 singles 6-1, 6-4.
For a more in-depth account of this match including the closing moments read this well written article by Seth Soffian from The South Florida News-Press. This is an interesting quote from Ventura: "They were screaming. I was hearing everything," FGCU's No. 3 singles player said of hecklers at his end of the court while serving up 6-1, 5-4. "They were swearing at me, pushing the fence. I was really nervous."
Here are the A-Sun Champs holding the 2015 Championship Banner! #WingsUp pic.twitter.com/Cq7TupfwDI
FGCU Men's Tennis (@FGCU_MTEN) April 20, 2015
#WeAreFGCU!!! We Are The 2015 #ASunMTEN Champions! pic.twitter.com/HSgNnrf15K
FGCU Men's Tennis (@FGCU_MTEN) April 21, 2015
"This is an incredible accomplishment for this group of young men, but it also makes me think of all those that came before these guys," head coach CJ Weber said. "This has not been a one-year process, but a four-year process, when Coach [Dean] Tsamas was a sophomore as a player, not a coach; when Bao and Mikey were freshmen! This is the culmination of that four year journey, and it couldn't taste sweeter. It ended with us TAKING the match, and that has been our theme all year long, especially this week. It finished with Ricky hitting a line, not his opponent missing. I couldn't think of a better way to finish the tournament!"
"Our future is bright here are UNF," continued Finnegan. "We were on fire midway through the season and then battled some adversity. We kept fighting. We lose just one player next year and we are bringing in some great recruits. It's nothing but going up for UNF tennis."
FYI, the number beside the player's school is the player's Universal Tennis Rating as of April 20th. For more details about UTR check out their website.
There were a pair of upsets yesterday in the Big South semifinals with both the #1 and #2 seeds going down. Here is the Big South's recap of Campbell's win and Winthrop's win.
Official: Wayne Tesh
USC quickly turned things around in singles by taking five opening sets and Nick Crystal needed just over an hour to finish off David Wilczynski 6-3, 6-1 at #2. Stanford would end up being just as dominant in the second set as USC was in the first because the Cardinal took four second sets while USC's Jack Jaede forced a split at #5.
So it was a 1-1 match with all five matches into a third set but one by one they came off the board in USC's favor. Logan Smith made it 2-1 with a 6-4, 5-7, 6-2 win over Nolan Paige at #3 and then just moments minutes later both Jake DeVine and Thibault Forget would win within seconds of each other at #4 and #6. DeVine beat Sameer Kumar 6-3, 6-7, 6-1 at #4 while Forget got past Brandon Sutter 6-1, 5-7, 6-3 at #6. Below is match point for Smith courtesy of USC:
Line 3 singles: Logan Smith defeats Paige 4-6, 7-5, 6-2. Trojans lead the Stanford Cardinal 2-1 #usc #usctennis pic.twitter.com/0aWIZ0ntt3USC Men's Tennis (@USCMensTennis) February 27, 2016
They played the remaining courts out with Max de Vroome upsetting Tom Fawcett 7-5, 4-6, 6-2 at #1 and then in the final match to conclude it Stanford's Maciek Romanowicz edging Jack Jaede 6-1, 2-6, 7-6(8) at #5. The below clip from USC shows de Vroome winning it on a nice forehand winner:
Line 1 singles: Max de Vroome defeats Fawcett 7-5, 4-6, 6-2. Trojans lead the Stanford Cardinal 5-1 #usc #usctennis pic.twitter.com/fjMJOGq4UvUSC Men's Tennis (@USCMensTennis) February 27, 2016
The match ended up being a tale of three sets - USC controlled the first, Stanford the second, and in most courts USC dominated in the third.
The story remains the same with Stanford, they put up a good fight every time but they just can't seem to get over the hump. I also have to take my hat off to USC because they just keep plugging away and they keep finding ways to pull out close matches.
#13 USC 5, #29 Stanford 2
USC 7-2; National Ranking #13
Stanford 5-5; National Ranking #29
Order of finish: Doubles (3,2,1); Singles (2,3,4,6*,1,5)
Last year Michigan won seven matches all season but tonight the Wolverines picked up win #8 after defeating #31 Washington 5-2. Michigan took the doubles point with wins at #2 and #3 then got singles wins from Alex Knight, Carter Lin, Runhao Hua, and Kevin Wong at #2, #4, #5, and #6.
Washington picked up wins from Mitch Stewart at #1 and Enzo Sommer at #3. Below are some highlights courtesy of Michigan:
Michigan 8-2; National Ranking #28
Washington 9-3; National Ranking #31
Texas Tech grabbed the early momentum against NC State by taking the doubles point but NC State put up a strong fight in singles. NC State was right there with Tech at the top three spots but the Red Raiders got it done down low by picking up wins from Jolan Cailleau, Connor Curry, and Bjorn Thomson.
Texas Tech finishes up its weekend trip on Sunday as the Red Raiders head west to Winston-Salem to face #5 Wake Forest.
St. John's went into Cambridge and stunned #32 Harvard 4-3. The Red Storm swept the doubles point then got singles wins from Daniel Skripnik, Robert Livi, and Andrei Crapcenco at #2, #3, and #5 with Skripnik clinching it at #2. Interestingly enough all six singles matches finished in straight sets.
The Red Storm is back at it on Saturday playing #38 Dartmouth for the second time in two weeks while Harvard hosts #15 Northwestern and Bryant on Sunday.
Penn State may have been undefeated coming into this match against Ohio State but the Buckeyes were definitely the heavy favorites. Ohio State won going away at #1 and #2 doubles and then picked up fairly quick wins from Mikael Torpegaard, Chris Diaz, and Ralf Steinbach at #1, #3, and #5 singles.
Two of the three remaining matches were into a third set when play was halted due to the clinch.
Wisconsin had the crowd whipped into a frenzy after taking the doubles point with wins at #1 and #2 but TCU was just way too strong in singles and won in straight sets at #1 through #5 with Eduardo Nava providing the clincher at #4.
Wisconsin was a UTR underdog on each of the six courts though Jose Carranza (11.95) did pull off an upset at #6 when he defeated Trevor Johnson (13.60) 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (10-8).
Below are clips from Wisconsin and TCU including Roditi's post-match recap.
@GuilleNunezB gives @TCUMensTennis first match 1-1 overall now. #gofrogs @College10s2day pic.twitter.com/Gqt0hHTA0pDavid Roditi (@RoditiTCUTennis) February 27, 2016
Lopez wins. @TCUMensTennis now up 3-1 w @AlexRybakov27 win. #onemore @College10s2day #GoFrogs pic.twitter.com/btYE29usLSDavid Roditi (@RoditiTCUTennis) February 27, 2016
We didn't get any roses this time against Wisconsin but @RoditiTCUTennis is happy with the singles play #GoFrogshttps://t.co/VWBqfDTVXYTCU Men's Tennis (@TCUMensTennis) February 27, 2016
In a matchup of top 45 teams it was the host #44 Drake getting past #39 Purdue 5-2. Five of six singles matches went the distance with Drake winning three of them.
|Ben Stride (Drake Sports)|
Purdue picked up wins from Gergely Madarasz and Benjamin Ugarte at #1 and #2.
Purdue is off until hosting Indiana on March 8th in the latest battle for the "Bucket" while Drake returns to the courts on Saturday with a visit from #40 Denver.
#43 Iowa picked up a nice 4-2 win on Friday night over #40 Denver in a match that saw five of six singles matches go the distance.
Iowa took the doubles point with wins at #1 and #2 but Denver's Henry Craig and Diogo Rocha put the Pioneers ahead 2-1 with wins at #1 and #2. Iowa's Josh Silverstein tied the match at 2-2 with a come from win #3 and then Jake Jacoby and Robin Haden won tight, tight matches at #6 and #4 with Haden providing the clincher.
Iowa opens up its Big Ten schedule next Saturday by hosting Nebraska while Denver stays in the state of Iowa for a Sunday matchup in Des Moines against #44 Drake.
#43 Iowa 4, #40 Denver 2
Feb 25, 2016 at Iowa City, Iowa (Hawkeye Tennis/Recreation Complex)
|Andrew Korinek (Chris Parent LSU Sports)|
The match was decided by a pair of three-setters at #5 and #6 and it was LSU senior Andrew Korinek clinching the win at #5 with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 win over Zach Goldberg.
The final match at #6 was played out with North Florida's Sahil Deshmukh winning 6-4 in the third.
Note: UNF played without its #1 singles and doubles player Jack Findel-Hawkins (13.43)
|Ryotaro Matsumura (UK Athletics)|
Kentucky took the doubles point with wins at #1 and #2 then it took five of six singles matches. Bushamuka, Matsumura, Ellefsen, Wallart, and Trey Yates won at #1, #2, #3, #4, and #6 while Indiana's only point came from Antonio Cembellin at #5.
Kentucky opens up its SEC schedule next weekend by welcoming in Arkansas and Ole Miss while Indiana hosts Cornell next Thursday.
Other Friday Results:
#9 Oklahoma State def. Alabama 4-0
#14 South Florida def. #67 Boise State 4-0
#52 Princeton def. #48 Auburn 4-2
#58 BYU def. #72 Portland 5-2
New Mexico def. DePaul 6-1
New Mexico def. #53 Utah 7-0
Elon def. Brown 4-3
#19 Ole Miss def. #74 South Alabama 7-0
#63 Georgia State def. East Tennessee State 4-3
VCU def. George Mason 7-0
#45 Vanderbilt def. Murray State 7-0
#45 Vanderbilt def. Belmont 4-0
Virginia Tech took the doubles point with wins at No. 1 and No. 3 but Florida State turned it around in singles and took first sets at one through four.
FSU's Benjamin Lock cruised to a 6-3, 6-2 win over Joao Monteiro at No. 1 but Virginia Tech answered with a 7-6, 6-3 win from Aaron Gomez at No. 6.
The other four matches would go the distance and after Amerigo Contini put Virginia Tech up 3-1 with a win at No. 3 it looked like the Hokies were just moments away from clinching on a few other courts.
Andreas Bjerrehus and Marco Nunez were on serve headed toward a tiebreak at No. 2 but Virginia Tech had break leads on the other two courts. Virginia Tech's Edoardo Tessaro led Aziz Dougaz 4-2 in the third at No. 4 and Mitch Harper led Jose Gracia 5-3 in the third at No. 5. Virginia Tech just needed to close out one of those three courts but amazingly they wouldn't be able to do it.
Marco Nunez put FSU's second point on the board after he won the third set tiebreak over Bjerrehus 7-1 and then Dougaz pulled out a third set tiebreak over Tessaro 10-8 to tie the match at 3-3.
Virginia Tech freshman Mitch Harper served for the match up 5-4 in the third but got broke from 30-40 (if I'm not mistaken). Gracia held quickly for 6-5 and then Harper finally held for 6-6. Harper led 4-3 in the tiebreak but Gracia took the next four points to close it out 7-4. Harper's serve really let him down deep in the third set because after he missed his first, Gracia was pouncing on his second serve.
Vanderbilt went on the road to Lexington and pulled off a 4-3 stunner over No. 17 Kentucky. Vandy won what turned out to be a crucial doubles point by taking the deciding court at No. 1 in a tiebreak. Kentucky rallied in singles and took four opening sets but they'd only be able to close out three of those with William Bushamuka, Trey Yates, and Jake Stefanik winning at 1, 5, and 6.
Vanderbilt picked up straight set wins from Cameron Klinger and Baker Newman at 3 and 4 so it all came down to a third set at No. 2.
Vanderbilt senior Rhys Johnson led Kentucky freshman Ryotaro Matsumura 5-1 in the third but Matsumura took the next five games to go up 6-5. Johnson got a hold to send it to a tiebreak then he pulled away in the tiebreak taking it by a 7-1 score.
Unranked Auburn dropped the doubles point but bounced back to win four singles matches to stun No. 22 Ole Miss 4-3.
Texas A&M welcomed in No. 25 Mississippi State and after taking the doubles point the Aggies picked up wins from Shane Vinsant, Jordi Arconada, AJ Catanzariti, and Jackson Withrow. State picked up wins by Mate Cutura and Niclas Braun at No. 1 and No. 4.
Post-Match Quote from Mississippi State's recap
Congrats! @IlliniMTennis takes it 4-2 today at the #BNPPO16 Collegiate Challenge Presented by @Oracle. pic.twitter.com/kA4DCEy5uPOracleTennis (@OracleTennis) March 18, 2016
Tulane overcame the loss of the doubles point and gutted out a 4-3 win at No. 34 San Diego.
Post-Match Quotes from USD's recap
Post-Match Quote from Princeton's recap
Mar 18, 2016 at San Diego (Skip & Cindy Hogan Tennis Center)
6. Emil Reinberg (UGA) d, Yancy Dennis (SC) 6-4, 6-4
Post-Match Quotes from South Carolina's recap
Post-Match Quotes from Georgia's recap
Post-Match Quotes from Alabama's recap
Post-Match Quotes from LSU's recap
"We gave ourselves some chances, Brown added. "Ultimately, we didn't have enough to make the comeback but I think the guys are fighting as a team and we are hoping to continue to show improvement.
Top-ranked Virginia had no trouble on Friday afternoon and blanked No. 33 NC State 7-0. Virginia took the doubles point with wins at No. 2 and No. 3 and then the Hoos swept all six singles matches. Collin Altamirano, Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, Henrik Wiersholm, and Mac Styslinger only dropped a combined nine games in their four matches at 2, 3, 5, and 6.
Ryan Shane and J.C. Aragone won their matches in three-sets at 1 and 4.
NC State sat both of its top two players, Nick Horton and Simon Norenius, either due to a minor injury or possibly due to competition day issues.
Clemson pulled out a tight doubles point that saw all three courts go to a tiebreak but No. 32 Georgia Tech dominated in singles and won all six matches in straight sets with no sets closer than 6-4.
Second-ranked North Carolina played without its No. 1 Brayden Schnur but still cruised to a 7-0 win over Louisville. UNC took the doubles point with wins at No. 1 and No. 2 then it won all six singles matches in straight sets with the closest set being 6-4.
The top seeded Bulls got off to a good start at No. 1 doubles while Tulsa went up an early break at No. 2. USF's Vadym Kalyuzhnyy and Sasha Gozun broke on the no-ad point when Gozun cleaned it up the net to make it 4-2
Kalyuzhnyy held from 40-15 to make it 5-2 and then the Bulls would break at love to win it 6-2USF break on the no-ad point to go 4-2 on 1 pic.twitter.com/3XksKBhOVhBobby Knight (@College10s2day) April 24, 2016
USF's Peter Bertran would hold for 1-2 and then he and Cotrone would break the Bechard serve to make it 2-2. Cotrone held for 3-2 and then McCloskey held on the no-ad point for 3-3. Tulsa broke Bertran to go up 4-3 but USF would break Bechard again to make it 4-4.
Meanwhile over at No. 3 it stayed on serve until USF's Robert Cid and Ignacio Gonzalez-Muniz broke the Carlos Bautista serve to go up 4-3. Cid would hold on the no-ad point for 5-3 and then USF would go up 30-40 on the Majed Kilani serve. Gonzalez-Muniz would hit a sweet return winner while falling down to win it though there was some confusion for a few seconds because Tulsa made a late out call. The chair told Tulsa the call came too late and the ball was good regardless so South Florida had the doubles point and the early 1-0 lead.
Gonzalez-Muniz hits a winner while falling down to give @USFBullsMTennis the doubles point with a 6-3 win at #3 pic.twitter.com/b1cSb5Z6FFBobby Knight (@College10s2day) April 24, 2016
After the doubles point Tulsa head coach Vince Westbrook got vocal and really challenged his guys to step it up in singles and they did just that early on. Tulsa went breaks on four courts but Juan Matias Gonzalez wouldn't be able to close out his set after leading 5-3 at No. 2. Gozun held for 4-5 and then broke Matias Gonzalez at love to make it 5-5.
Gozun would hold quickly for 6-5 and then Matias Gonzalez would double fault on the deciding point to drop the set 7-5.Sasha Gozun breaks at love and its 5-5 on 2 pic.twitter.com/tqitYF0U7BBobby Knight (@College10s2day) April 24, 2016
Gozun breaks on the no-ad point and takes a 7-5 set on 2 - DF on that no-ad pt. pic.twitter.com/sMyNqaE9ZYBobby Knight (@College10s2day) April 24, 2016
So with Gozun getting the set on two that meant each team picked up three first sets. Tulsa's Or-Ram Harel went up an early break on Roberto Cid at No. 1 and took the set 6-4, Tulsa's Majed Kilani won the set at No. 3 over Dominic Cotrone in a tiebreak, and Francois Kellerman took a 6-3 opening set at No. 5 over Ignacio Gonzalez-Muniz.
The aforementioned Sasha Gozun would be the first one to finish after he picked up an early break in the second set and would then serve it out to defeat Juan Matias Gonzalez 7-5, 6-3.
South Florida clearly had the match in its grips because Roberto Cid was about to get a split at No. 1 plus Peter Bertran was nearing the finish line at No. 4.Match on 6 - Kalyuzhnyy breaks on the no-ad point to win 6-2, 7-5 - @USFBullsMTennis up 3-0 pic.twitter.com/xWd8G2qNOaBobby Knight (@College10s2day) April 24, 2016
Bertran, who transferred to USF from Georgia, went up an early break in the first set but Carlos Bautista would break back to even it at 3-3. Bertran would break again and would then serve out the opening set on this point to take it 6-4.
Bertran would go up 30-15 with a massive forehand winner down the line but a double fault on the next point would make it 30-all. Bertran would go up 40-30 after a Bautista forehand error and then he'd clinch the Championship on this point.Peter Bertran just broke on this point and will serve for the @American_Tenn championship for @USFBullsMTennis pic.twitter.com/m30i4tNCXHBobby Knight (@College10s2day) April 24, 2016
Congrats to @USFBullsMTennis on winning the @American_Tenn 4-0 over Tulsa - Peter Bertran is the hero of the day. pic.twitter.com/xCctXNCrJVBobby Knight (@College10s2day) April 24, 2016
Post-Match Interview w Matt Hill Trophy Presentation
You can watch the full replay of this match on the American Network here.
The College of Charleston was playing in the finals for the Colonial Championship for the third year in a row but it finally got over the hump by defeating the top seed UNC Wilmington 4-3.
Charleston dropped the doubles point but rallied to win four matches in singles with Juan Estevarena (Mississippi State transfer) providing the clincher at No. 1 with a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 win over Santtu Leskinen. Here is a video clip of match point - note Leskinen trying to break his racket and then starting to hobble afterwards.
Here's how @CofCSports won its first-ever Men's #CAAChamps Tennis title yesterday. https://t.co/dy9S6lkhWoCAASports (@CAASports) April 25, 2016
What a match!!! CofC defeats Unc Wilmington 4-3 in the conference finals!!! Huge clinch from Juan. #LetsGoCougars pic.twitter.com/m2taNDtawaEaston Thomas (@2MuchET) April 24, 2016
#2 College of Charleston 4, #1 UNCW 3
Order of finish: Doubles (2,1,3); Singles (4,5,3,6,2,1)
South Alabama grabbed the early lead when it won the deciding match at No. 1 doubles in a tiebreak but UTA would come roaring back in singles. The Mavericks picked up straight set wins at 2, 3, 5, and 6 with junior Mario Muniesa clinching the championship at No. 3 with a 6-4, 7-5 win over Olivier Gingras.
UTA's last appearance at the NCAAs came back in 2006 when it won the Southland Conference.
USA's Tim Srkala (10-11 dual-match record at 1 and 2) was able to play doubles but he couldn't go in singles (was seen in a boot after doubles) and Pierre Noyon (8-8 dual-match record) also couldn't go as well.
Rice won its first Conference USA Championship since 2010 with a tough 4-2 win over Old Dominion in front of over 500 fans in Houston. Rice rolled over ODU in doubles winning 6-0 at No. 2 and 6-1 at No. 3 and then the teams would split first sets in singles.
ODU struck first with Adam Moundir winning at No. 1 and then Michael Weindl put the Monarchs ahead 2-1 with a win at No. 3. Rice evened it up at 2-2 when Emanuel Llamas won at No. 6 and Jake Hansen put the Owls ahead for good with a win at No. 4
David Warren would provide the clincher with a come from behind 1-6, 6-1, 6-2 win over Zvonimir Podvinski at No. 5.
Other Conference Tournament Results:
East Tennessee State won its 10th consecutive conference championship, and second straight SOCON, with a 4-0 win over Furman in the finals of the Southern Conference. ETSU won all three doubles match with a simultaneous finish at No. 1 and No. 3 then the Bucs took five of six first sets in singles.
Diego Nunez made it 2-0 with a 6-4, 6-4 win at No. 3 and then Ismael Merino made it 3-0 with a 6-2, 6-2 win at No. 6. Rogerios Ribeiro would clinch the championship at No. 2 with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Cameron Green.
Lamar won its first ever Southland Conference Championship with a 4-1 win over Texas A&M Corpus Christi. Jeandre Hoogenboezem clinched the title with a 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 win at No. 5
Tennessee Tech earned its first bid to the NCAAs since 2007 by defeating Eastern Kentucky 4-3 in the finals of the Ohio Valley Conference Championship. According to the recap/box score EKU won at No. 2 singles by default after splitting sets so I'd be interested to hear what the story was on that one. Marcos Bernardes broke the 3-3 tie by defeating Diogo Soares 2-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the deciding match at No. 5 singles.
North Florida won its first-ever Atlantic Sun Championship with a 4-0 win over the No. 4 seed and host USC-Upstate. Sahil Deshmukh provider the clincher by defeating Ignacio Garrido 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 at No. 5
Bryant won its third straight Northeast Conference Championship with a 4-0 shutout over the St. Francis University Red Flash (love the nickname). Michael Plutt came back from 3-0 down in the second set to clinch the championship with a 6-4, 6-3 win at No. 4.
South Carolina State won its eight MEAC Championship in a row with a 4-0 win over Florida A&M. FAMU won the regular season meeting 4-3 but this one wasn't close at all with Martin Figura clinching the title with a 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 1.
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