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Men’s Tennis Falls to St. Thomas at SCAC Championships

todayJuly 9, 2022

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KERRVILLE, TX: The Schreiner University Men’s Tennis team lost their match against the University of St. Thomas in the opening round of the SCAC Tennis Championships 4-5.

It was a late night heartbreaker under the lights in Kerrville, Texas, as the Mountaineers took their matchup against the Celts to the last set of the last Singles match to finally decide a winner, but unfortunately fell just short.

From SCAC article

“With the match tied at 4-4, everything came down to No. 2 singles as St. Thomas’ Race Haas and Schreiner’s Dennis Miller battled to a third and deciding set. After dropping the first set, 7-6 (7-5), Haas battled back to take the next two sets, 7-5 and 6-3, to take the point and propel the Celts into Saturday’s semifinal round.

Schreiner jumped out to a 2-1 lead following doubles play as Carson Kirk and Austin Cervantes defeated Juanrodrigo Lopez and Jace Ware, 8-2, at No. 1 and Quinten Robertson and Max Schecter pulled out an 8-4 win at No. 3 over the Celts’ Carson Steele and Jeremiah Hoover. Haas and Tyler Head salvaged a point for St. Thomas at No. 2 with an 8-7 (9-7) win over Miller and Mario Gallinar.

Needing to win four of the six singles matches, Lopez, Head and Ware all took straight set wins to give St. Thomas the 4-2 lead, but Schreiner’s Jonathan Barragan at No. 5 and Robertson at No. 6 each won to even the match at 4, setting up the dramatic ending between Haas and Miller.”

It was a strong season for the Mountaineers as they finished with an overall record of 6-12, 5 SCAC Player/Doubles Team of the Week honors, and a trip to the SCAC Championships.



Written by: Schreiner University

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