The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced the 2018-19 NCAA Division II regional award winners this week, with Lynn University’s men’s tennis team claiming two accolades. Lucca Baptista was named the South Region Player to Watch, while Jean-Baptiste Mateo was tabbed the South Region Assistant Coach of the Year.
A near miss on the momentum-garnering doubles point put the No. 9 Lynn University men’s tennis team in a hole it couldn’t overcome on Sunday as the Fighting Knights fell 4-0 to second-ranked and top-seeded Barry University in the NCAA South Region #1 Championship.
Lynn University’s ninth-ranked men’s tennis team didn’t let an early deficit rattle its confidence on Saturday as the Fighting Knights posted a 4-1 triumph over No. 18 West Alabama in the opening round of the NCAA South Regional.
Lynn University's ninth-ranked men's tennis team was selected as the fourth seed in the South Region on Tuesday evening and will head to Barry University in Miami Shores, Fla., for the preliminary rounds of the NCAA Division II Championship this weekend. The Blue and White return to the NCAA Tournament for the 17th consecutive season.
Three members of the Lynn University men’s tennis squad garnered 2019 All-Sunshine State Conference accolades on Wednesday, as voted on by the league’s men’s tennis coaches. In singles, Lucca Baptista was named to the All-SSC First Team and Kay Bartmann was tabbed to the All-SSC Second Team. Bartmann secured his second honor of the day with a spot on the All-SSC First Team Doubles alongside Florian Clemares.
Following a runner-up finish at the 2019 Sunshine State Conference Tournament, Lynn University men’s tennis team is back inside the top 10 of NCAA Division II with today’s release of the Oracle/ITA National Rankings.
Kay Bartmann logged a pair of big wins while Robin Calais brought home the clinching point to give the 12th-ranked Lynn University men’s tennis team a 4-1 triumph on Saturday over No. 9 Saint Leo in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament Semifinals.
The Lynn University men’s and women’s tennis teams were scheduled to wrap up regular-season Sunshine State Conference play this afternoon at Embry-Riddle, but that matches have been postponed due to inclement weather.
The Division II men’s tennis world was held from a highly-anticipated top-10 matchup on Friday as eighth-ranked Lynn University and 10th-ranked West Florida were unable to complete their neutral-site match due to rain. The match was tied 1-1 before it was called.
It was another good showing out of the league office for Lynn University athletics as three Fighting Knights were named Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week on Monday. Collin McClelland from men’s lacrosse was named Defensive Player of the Week while Kay Bartmann and Leolia Jeanjean sweep the tennis Player of the Week awards for the second consecutive week.
Lynn University’s ninth-ranked men’s tennis team rebounded from a Sunshine State Conference defeater earlier this week as the Fighting Knights posted a 7-0 victory over 33rd-ranked Florida Southern College on Sunday afternoon.
Senior Kay Bartmann posted a huge singles victory at the top flight on Friday afternoon, but it was not enough as the ninth-ranked Lynn University men’s tennis team suffered its first Sunshine State Conference defeat of the season with a 5-2 setback against top-ranked Barry University.
It was a Lynn University tennis sweep with the announcement of the Sunshine State Conference Players of the Week on Monday as Kay Bartmann from the men’s side and Leolia Jeanjean from the women’s team picked up the weekly accolades.
Lynn University’s 17th-ranked Lynn men’s tennis squad continued Sunshine State Conference action with a 5-2 win over the 14th-ranked Palm Beach Atlantic University Sailfish. The doubles pair of Kay Bartmann and Florian Clemares clinched their second 6-0 doubles victory of the season.
The first singles and doubles national rankings of the regular season were released by Oracle/ITA this week, featuring Lucca Baptista in the singles rankings and a pair of doubles tandems for the Lynn University men’s tennis squad.