Simón Homedes Dualde
MTEN downs Whitman and Whitworth to begin dual season
Dual season begins Saturday with two matches inside The Stevens Center
Doubles, A Singles finals consist entirely of Gonzaga players
Sam Feit and Ruadhan O'Sullivan reach two main bracket semifinals
All eight Zags advance in first day of home tournament
Gonzaga Men's Tennis vs. Idaho
Scenes from the first day of competition at the Bulldog Classic Oct. 27 inside The Stevens Center.
Gonzaga Men's Tennis fell to Sacramento State in a close 4-3 battle on February 11, 2017
Photos from Gonzaga's Senior Day dual versus Pepperdine April 23.
Photos from March 31's match against San Diego.
Lakeridge High School: Topped the Lakeridge singles lineup for four years…qualified for the state tournament all four years, finishing third as a senior…First Team All-State as a senior and First Team All-League all four years…honored in Athletic Wall of Fame at Lakeridge…also played four years of soccer and one year of football…earned Dr. Ken Giles Memorial Merit Award…Academic Student All-Star and a member of the National Honors Society.Other Experience: Reached second round of 2016 Spanish National Tournament...won Willamette Valley Junior Championship in 2014…reached finals of Lewis & Clark Spring championships and TRL District Tennis Tournament in 2015. Personal: Parents are Carla and Carlos…has two siblings named Marcos and Bruno…father Carlos played tennis at LSU, finishing second in the NCAA in 1988…grandfather Eduardo won a bronze medal in field hockey in 1960 Olympic Games and also participated in 1964 Olympic…finance major and computer science minor…has many career goals, some of which include getting a job straight out of college and staying in touch with all the communities he’s grown up in…chose Gonzaga because “When I took my visit to Gonzaga, I got this sense of community that no other college I had visited offered. Everyone was so welcoming and willing to help in any way, whether it was by holding the door open for you or showing you around campus. Gonzaga’s athletic and academic facilities are truly amazing. The school has great academic and life values that I know they will help me become a better person. I felt like I connected really well with Pete and Derek (coaches) as well as the guys on the team. I have always believed in going with your gut, and my gut said Gonzaga.”
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