Men’s and women’s tennis wrap up fall season

The men’s tennis team wrapped up the fall season with the ITA Southwest Regional Tournament this weekend swinging in numerous wins.

Sophomore Josh Pownall and senior Ramon Aguirre played in consolation finals.

Freshman Will Summers won his first-round match, but lost in a heated three-setter in the second round.

In the American Southwest Conference Individual tournament, Garrett Pekar beat Johnathan Cruz 6-0, 6-1 in the consolation final.

Also recently announced, Pekar earned Second Team All-West Division honors in #2 singles, Aguirre earned
honorable mention All-West Division at #1 singles and Pownall earned honorable mention All-West Division selection at #4 single.

Junior Rebecca Everett and Freshman Lauren Knight congratulate each other on a good play. Photo by Garret Pekar

Junior Rebecca Everett and Freshman Lauren Knight congratulate each other on a good play. Photo by Garrett Pekar

The women’s tennis team also racked up many wins throughout regular season play, including key victories against Texas Lutheran University in Seguin.

During the ASC tournament, women’s doubles Lauren Knight and Rebecca Everett won second place in flight two.

Mallory Aarhus also competed in the consolation final.

Sophomore Rebecca Everett, sophomore Christi Voss and junior Andrea Wharton were placed on the ASC Spring Academic All-Conference team.

The women’s team will wrap up fall season play this weekend, Oct. 2-4, in San Antonio for the ITA Soutwest Regional Tournament.

Author: Garrett Pekar

Garrett is a sophomore mass communication/journalism major from Granger, Texas. He is the opinions page editor for The Bells. Garrett is also an RA in McLane Hall as well as member of the men’s tennis team. His hobbies include spending quality time with friends and family, listening to music and playing some of his own on the guitar.

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