Zags finish the regular season with a 10-9 overall record
Zags look for a bounce back weekend
GU is back at home next weekend against Saint Mary’s
Zags head to California to take on Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine
GU won four singles matches to get the win
GU vs. Pacific - Men's Tennis - April 13, 2018
Gonzaga vs. Santa Clara - Men's Tennis
Gonzaga Men's Tennis vs. Idaho
Photos from Gonzaga's dual match against Whitman Jan. 20, 2018.
Photos from the final day of the Bulldog Classic on Oct. 29 inside The Stevens Center.
2017-18: Singles: Finished the year with a team-best 20-9 overall singles record with a 10-4 tournament mark...won seven of his first nine matches, advancing to the round of 16 at the Dar Walters Fall Classic...picked up two wins at the Bulldog Classic, defeating Jeremy Mueller of Eastern Washington in straight sets followed by a 7-5, 7-5 win over Idaho's Esteban Santibanez to advance to the round of 16...posted five-straight wins to open the spring season...led 6-4, 5-3 over Oregon's Akihiro Tanaka at No. 3 when the match went unfinished...posted four-straight wins from March 17-31, including a come-from-behind 1-6, 7-5, 6-3 win over San Francisco's Oliver Poysti to clinch the 4-1 win for the Bulldogs...finished the season with a 6-0, 6-4 win in GU's 4-2 win over Saint Mary's. Doubles: Posted a 12-16 overall record with a 6-7 mark in tournament play...paired with Kyle Everly for the entire season... after starting the fall slate 2-5, went 9-1 over the next 10 matches including six-straight matches from Oct. 27-Jan. 20…put the Bulldogs in position to clinch the doubles point with a 6-4 win over Idaho’s Lucas Coutinho and Guilherme Scarpelli on No. 2 doubles…finished 1-5 in WCC play…was GU’s lone doubles victory at San Diego with a 6-1 rout of USD’s Garrett Kurtz and Pratt Keerasuntonpon…earned a decisive 6-1 victory at UC Irvine on March 15, defeating Mason Hansen and Daniel Gealer at No. 1 doubles.
2016-17: Singles: Team-best 18-13 overall mark, 7-8 in dual play...reached final at first career tournament, EWU Fall Classic, Sept. 16-18...won consolation bracket at Aggie Invitational Sept. 30-Oct. 2 with four straight wins...reached Round of 32 at USTA/ITA Northwest Regionals Oct. 14-17 with wins against foes from Saint Mary's and San Francisco...first career dual win came Jan. 28 versus Eastern Washington's Victor Pereira at No. 2 singles...four straight wins Feb. 11-March 13...helped GU pick up first-ever dual win at UC Irvine with two-set win over Luca Marquard...1-4 in WCC play but led two matches left unfinished...beat Saint Mary's Matthew Campana in two sets April 14. Doubles: 11-15 overall, 8-9 in dual play...with Kyle Everly, reached Round of 32 at USTA/ITA Northwest Regionals with 8-4 win over Mah/Marker of San Francisco Oct. 14...played entire dual season at No. 2 doubles with Everly...won five of six matches played Jan. 28 to March 13, including wins over pairs from Idaho, Sacramento State, and UC Riverside, among others...3-5 in WCC play but led in only match left unfinished...downed Santa Clara's Seby/Baranjas 6-4 March 26...also beat BYU's Carrazedo/Sullivan April 1 and Saint Mary's' Campana/Lamelas April 14.
Bob Jones High School: Played at No. 1 singles and doubles for the Patriots…two-time Alabama 6A state champion in singles play, winning as a junior and senior…AL.com Boy’s Tennis Player of the Year…also took fourth place in state Spanish Vocabulary competition.
Other Experience: Named USTA Junior Player of the Year for Alabama in both 2015 and 2016…reached No. 37 in the nation and No. 1 in Alabama according to TennisRecruting.net…played for multiple national championships at the UTA National Championships (2015 and 2016), National Clay Court Championships (2015 and 2016) and USTA National Selection Tournament (2015)…reached consolation quarterfinal at 2016 Clay Court Championships…picked up tournament wins at Icy Hot USTA Southern Level 1A Championship and Alabama State Qualifying…also won doubles bracket of ITA Summer Circuit: Georgia in July.Personal: Parents are Olivia and Gordon…planning on majoring in engineering…wants to run a company after graduation…chose Gonzaga because “it has a great engineering and business program, a beautiful campus/atmosphere, and caring coaches along with a fantastic basketball team. Also, my cousin is currently attending the school and loves it.”…loves to play tennis, poker, and make music.
04/14/2018 - Men’s Tennis Finishes With Win Over Saint Mary’s
04/13/2018 - Men’s Tennis Comeback Bid Falls Short, 4-3
04/12/2018 - Men's Tennis Returns Home for WCC Matches
04/08/2018 - Men’s Tennis Downed at Pepperdine, 4-0
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