ITA Regionals Wrap Up; Chris Eubanks Turns Pro; Coaching Updates

Tuesday was the final day of the ITA Regional Championships with the doubles final played in both the Northeast and Southern while the Atlantic wrapped up play in singles. Columbia’s Jack Mingjie Lin and William Matheson won an all-Columbia doubles final in the Northeast Regional with a 6-4, 7-6(5) win over top seeds Victor Pham and Jackie Tang. Ole Miss’s Zvonimir Babic and Filip Kraljevic won the doubles title at the Southern Regional with a 6-4, 6-4 win over the top seeded team of Mississippi State’s Trevor Foshey and Niclas Braun. Virginia’s Aswin Lizen won the singles title at the Atlantic Regional after defeating...

ITA Regional Championship Monday Results – Several Schools Sweep Singles & Doubles Plus Many Historic Firsts

All but three regionals wrapped up play on Monday with five schools sweeping singles and doubles titles while a few schools won titles for the first time in school history. The upstart Arizona State men’s team swept the day at the Southwest Regional in Malibu with Benjamin Hannestad winning the singles title and teaming with Tim Ruehl to win the doubles title. Minnesota hosted the men’s Central Regional and proceeded to sweep singles and doubles with sophomore Stefan Milicevic rolling past Nebraska’s Toby Boyer in the singles final while Felix Corwin and Matic Spec defeated Oklahoma State’s Artur Dubinski and Eleftherios...

ITA Regionals Coming Down the Home Stretch

Just about every ITA Regional Championship will conclude on Monday so I’ll let the results from Sunday do the talking. Men: Southwest (Pepperdine) SemifinalsBenjamin Hannestad (Arizona State) def. Alejandro Reguant-Bicardi (Arizona) 6-4, 6-3[8] Nicolas Moreno de Alboran (UCSB) def. [11] Michael Geerts (Arizona State) 6-3, 3-0 ret.Singles Final[8] Nicolas Moreno de Alboran (UCSB) vs. Benjamin Hannestad (Arizona State)Doubles Final[1] Benjamin Hannestad/Tim Ruehl (Arizona State) vs. Pedro Iamachkine/Lautaro Pane (Pepperdine) Northwest (Pacific) Quarterfinals[11] Johan Jonhagen (San Francisco)...

Sean Hill Wins The Mountain Regional; Lots of Newcomers in the Southwest Semifinals; Stanford Women Dominate the Northwest; Ton of Results

BYU sophomore Sean Hill capped off a great four days by winning the ITA Mountain Regional with a dominating 6-2, 6-1 win over the No. 3 seed Ricky Hernandez Tong (New Mexico). Hill only dropped two sets while defeating the No. 1, No. 3, No. 4, No. 9, and No. 15 seeds. Below are some quotes from BYU’s recap:“This was some of the most amazing tennis,” BYU head coach Brad Pearce said. “I think it was the finest match I’ve seen on our courts—flawless tennis. It’s not as if his opponent didn’t play a solid match because he did. I think Sean would have beaten some of the best players in the world today because he...

Sean Hill’s Run Continues at the Mountain Regional; Big Shake-Up at the Men’s Central Regional; Southwest Regionals Into the Quarterfinals

BYU sophomore Sean Hill has been the star of the show at the ITA Mountain Regional with the unseeded Wake Forest transfer making his way all the way to the singles final after two more big wins on Friday. Hill knocked out the top seed Utah’s Dan Little on Thursday and today he defeated the No. 9 seed Utah State’s Samuel Serrano 6-4, 6-4 and then in the semifinals he defeated the No. 4 seed New Mexico State’s Christofer Goncalves 7-6, 1-6, 6-4. Hill is also into the semifinals of the doubles draw with he and New Orleans transfer Jeffrey Hsu set to play the top seeds from Northern Arizona on Saturday afternoon.Hill’s opponent in...