GU pair swept matches this week
Zags finish the regular season with a 10-9 overall record
Match came down to a third-set tiebreak
Zags look for a bounce back weekend
GU is back at home next weekend against Saint Mary’s
GU vs. Pacific - Men's Tennis - April 13, 2018
Gonzaga Men's Tennis vs. Idaho
Photos from the final day of the Bulldog Classic on Oct. 29 inside The Stevens Center.
Photos from the second day of play at the Bulldog Classic Oct. 28 inside The Stevens Center.
Scenes from the first day of competition at the Bulldog Classic Oct. 27 inside The Stevens Center.
2015-16: Singles: Led WCC freshmen with 13-7 dual record after joining the team over winter break…perfect 8-0 record at home, three wins over players from ranked teams…won six of first seven collegiate singles matches, including 6-3, 6-3 win over No. 73 Pacific’s Miguel Diaz Feb. 6…also beat Mathieu Garcia of Portland 6-3, 6-1 Feb. 13 after moving up to No. 2 singles…beat No. 57’s UC Irvine in two sets March 9…also won in three sets over Jake Douglass of No. 35 Washington…played two matches at No. 1 singles in March…fought back from five match points to turn 0-5 second-set score into three-set win over San Francisco’s Ryan Marker. Doubles: 5-11 in doubles play during the dual season…partnered with Emilio Moreno for first dual win at No. 69 Arizona Jan. 31…6-1 win over Portland State at No. 2 doubles Feb. 21…also picked up win at No. 57 UC Irvine March 9…beat Saint Mary’s Vollenweider/Lamelas 6-2 April 15.
High School: Attended Karabar High School in Queanbeyan, New South Wales…won NSW state high school championship during year nine while finishing second in doubles.
Other Experience: Participated in numerous International Tennis Federation Junior Tour events, including Oceania Open Junior Championship and South Pacific Junior Championship…posted a winning singles record on the ITF Junior Tour.
Personal: Father is Timothy O’Sullivan…undecided on a major, but wants to own a business after a professional tennis career…loves footy…chose Gonzaga because “I felt it would be the best fit for my future academic and tennis endeavors. The staff and students also made it feel like a very homely environment which I liked.”
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