Zags are ITA All-Academic Team; Arend, Smith, and Varas named Scholar-Athletes
61 student-athletes were a part of GU graduation ceremonies
Both seniors are on WCC All-Academic squad
GU forces four third-set matches but falls 5-0
4-0 win on final home match of season
In their first match of the season, the Zags topped Eastern Washington, 6-1, Jan. 27
The Zags faced off with the Vandals but fell in another tight match, 4-3, Feb. 15
The Zags faced fellow WCC Team, No. 73 Pacific, where they fell in a close match 4-3, Feb. 6
2015-16: Earned WCC All-Academic Honors…wrapped up career with 46 singles wins and 35 doubles wins, including a career-high 14 pairs victories as a senior…Singles: 12-13 overall in singles matches, 6-10 in dual play…reached semifinals of EWU Fall Classic and Bulldog Classing, winning two matches at both tournaments…also reached Round of 32 in ITA Northwest Regionals with a pair of victories…played No. 1 singles for 12 matches…beat Idaho’s Felipe Fonseca in two sets Feb. 15…forced a third set at No. 57 UC Irvine March 9…beat MSU’s Kellen Bates 6-2, 6-1 March 18…won final three matches that finished of the season, including two-set victory over Stefan Menichella of No. 53 Pepperdine...finished season with 3-4 mark in WCC play. Doubles: 14-9 overall, 9-7 in dual play…teaming with Jordan Smith, won doubles bracket at EWU Fall Classic with comeback win over Kovacs/Varney of Idaho…won three of first four dual matches with first loss coming at No. 69 Arizona…beat Verbeek/Diaz of No. 73 Pacific 6-2 Feb. 13…two big wins in a row Feb. 28 and March 8…back-to-back WCC wins against Santa Clara and San Francisco April 1-2…also swept Hunt/Markiewicz of Saint Mary’s April 15.2014-15: Singles: led GU with 14-7 dual record, 16-8 overall individually...went 13-7 at No. 3 singles and won one at No. 2...beat Santa Clara's Khmiadasvili 6-2, 6-2 to clinch GU's first ever WCC Championship Opening Round win April 22...took down BYU's Jacob Sullivan in three sets to help GU pick up first ever win over the Cougars April 10...beat LMU's Felix Van Kann in three sets March 21...won six of first seven matches Jan. 17-March 1...beat Creighton's Alex Koca in three sets Feb. 8...reached bracket final Nov. 7-9 at PNW Intercollegiates. Doubles: Went 8-12 in doubles play, 8-11 in dual matches...with Vladimir Mijatovic, beat LMU's Smith/Farah 6-4 on March 21...won seven of first eight matches with Mijatovic, including wins over Norman/Baker of Creighton Feb. 8 and Galskov/Sultan of UCSB March 8.
2013-14: Singles: Went 4-15 overall as a sophomore...tallied 2-2 record in fall tournaments and went 2-13 in dual matches...top seed in Flight Two of EWU Fall Classic Sept. 27-29...played mostly in Nos. 1 and 2 singles, but saw action in the third singles slot twice...swept Drew Brigham of Whitworth 6-0, 6-0 for first victory atop the lineup of the year Jan. 26...took down Robert Dula of Eastern Washington on Feb. 8. Doubles: Tallied 8-6 record in doubles play throughout the year...went 6-4 with a partner during the spring dual season...perfect 4-0 atop the doubles lineup...went 3-0 with Jack Schoebel at No. 1 doubles, tallying wins over Bediones and Lynch of Seattle U on Jan. 26, Brigham and Miller of Whitworth on Jan. 26, and Dula and Bringold of Eastern Washington Feb. 8...also beat Unger and Black of Northern Arizona 6-3 on Feb. 1 with Muzeen Ismath...earned WCC victory with Nick Kamisar April 5, beating Rivera and Doehring of Loyola Marymount 8-2.
2012-13: Went 14-18 in singles over the course of the year... Won 10 matches during the fall season, four in the spring... Primarily played in the No. 4 position with a 3-11 overall record... Finished 0-7 in West Coast Conference matches... Went 0-2 at No. 5 spot... 0-1 at No. 3... 1-0 at No. 1... Advanced to singles semifinals of the Eastern Washington Fall Classic... Advanced to singles semifinals of Boise State Appleton Classic... Advanced to singles quarterfinals of PNW Tournament... Went 4-13 in doubles with partner Vicente Varas... Duo played in the No. 2 position with a 4-11 record... 0-1 in lone No. 3 position... Advanced to the semifinals of the Boise State Appleton Classic in doubles.
HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked 176 in the Australian Rankings...Received the 2011 NSWCIS Award for Excellence...member of the NSW
04/07/2018 - Men’s Tennis Falls at No. 49 LMU
04/06/2018 - Men’s Tennis Looks to Continue Momentum in WCC Play
03/31/2018 - Men’s Tennis Beats Santa Clara, 4-2
03/30/2018 - Men’s Tennis Gets Great Effort in Win Over USF, 4-1
03/28/2018 - Men’s Tennis Returns Home For Two WCC Matches
03/23/2018 - Men’s Tennis Suffers 4-1 Loss at BYU
03/22/2018 - Men’s Tennis Continues WCC Play at BYU