Following an undefeated start to the 2018 season, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team has moved up to No. 3 this week with the latest release of the Oracle/Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division II National Team Rankings.
Kay Bartmann of the Lynn University men’s tennis team has been chosen as the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive selection, as announced by the league office on Monday.
Lynn University’s sixth-ranked men’s tennis team had a tall task on Saturday for its first road match of the season, but the Fighting Knights secured a big early-season victory by knocking off fourth-ranked Valdosta St., 5-4.
Lynn University’s sixth-ranked men’s tennis team maintained its unblemished start to the 2018 season on Wednesday evening, but had a close call with NAIA’s No. 3-ranked Keiser University as the Fighting Knights pulled out a 5-4 nonconference victory.
With five of its six starters returning from last season, Lynn University’s sixth-ranked men’s tennis team picked up right where it left off last May with a 9-0 triumph over St. Thomas on Thursday night in the first contest of the new season.
Lynn University's men tennis team was picked No. 2 in the 2018 Sunshine State Conference Preseason Coaches Poll, as voted on by the league’s coaches and announced by the conference office on Thursday. The Fighting Knights return five of the six starters from last year's squad that went 20-6 and 5-2 in conference play.
Three members of Lynn University’s men’s tennis team were featured in the 2017 Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Division II Fall Rankings, as announced last week. Kay Bartmann, Jose Porfirio Ordonez and Florian Clemares all received recognition in the national preseason polls.
Tristan Houle and Jose Porfirio Ordonez of the Lynn University men’s tennis team each won their respective singles brackets on Saturday to lead the Fighting Knights’ squad on the second day of the C.L. Varner Memorial Invitational.
After a three-week hiatus from the opening weekend of the fall season, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team returned to action on Saturday at PBA’s Sailfish Invitational. Florian Clemares and Tristan Houle picked up a win in the No. 1 doubles bracket.
Jose Porfirio Ordonez and Florian Clemares of Lynn University’s men’s tennis team claimed doubles runner-up honors on Sunday to conclude the Fighting Knights run at the 2017 ITA South Region Championships.
Lynn University’s men’s tennis team has been honored as an Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team for the 2016-17 season while nine Fighting Knights were selected as ITA Scholar-Athletes.
Lynn University Athletic Director Devin Crosby has invited six NCAA Division I schools to take on the Division II Fighting Knights during the 2017–18 season. Dubbed the South Florida Showdown, the nine-game series will be hosted by Lynn beginning in August.
Three star tennis student-athletes from Lynn University have been selected to the 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division II At-Large Teams, as announced on Wednesday. Jean-Baptiste Mateo and Rosalie Willig were chosen to the second team while Grace Mpassy picks up third-team honors.
Mehdi Laalej, Jean-Baptiste Mateo and Florian Clemares of Lynn University’s men’s tennis team have been selected as 2017 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Americans, as announced with the final national rankings of the season this week. Laalej garners All-America honors in both singles and doubles, while Mateo bolsters the accolade in singles with Clemares joining Laalej in doubles.
Lynn University men’s tennis player Jean-Baptiste Mateo was named a CoSIDA Academic All-District Men’s At-Large selection, as announced on Thursday. Mateo becomes the first men’s tennis player to collect CoSIDA academic honors since 2015. He is now eligible for Academic All-America recognition.
Christina Diabo and Sydney Lepselter host the final edition in the 2016-17 season of the Knightly Review that features extended interviews with Leanne Wright and Miguel Ceballos in the Senior Spotlight.
Lynn University received a record number of donations and pledges at the 25th anniversary of its Robino Golf Tournament on April 24. The Fighting Knights’ largest fundraiser of the year raised $101,895 for athletic scholarships.
Lynn University’s ninth-ranked men’s tennis team saw its 2017 campaign come to a close on Sunday in the NCAA Division II South Region I Championship match. The fourth-seeded Fighting Knights dropped a 5-3 contest to the No. 1 ranked team in the nation, University of West Florida, preventing Lynn from a trip back to the national championships.
Lynn University’s men’s tennis team saw three All-Sunshine State Conference selections on Friday as the 2017 awards were announced by the league office. Mehdi Laalej and Jean-Baptiste Mateo were All-SSC First Team picks for singles while Laalej and Florian Clemares secured a spot on the All-SSC Doubles Second Team.
For the third time in the past 15 days, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team went to battle against conference rival Saint Leo University. On Saturday in the NCAA South Region I Semifinals, the fourth-seeded and nationally ninth-ranked Fighting Knights took down the fifth-seeded and sixth-ranked Lions, 5-2, earning a spot in tomorrow’s final against West Florida.
In the most recent edition of the Oracle/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Collegiate Tennis Division II National Rankings announced this week, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team is slated ninth in the country while multiple individuals are represented in singles and doubles.