def. Steven Blythe / Oliver Marshall (GSW)
def. Wade Ball / Majed Alshaikh (FIT)
def. Nate Ashley / Joel Landis (GSW)
def. Steven Blythe (GSW)
def. A. Canovas Ferrando (GSW)
def. Beau Millwood (GSW)
def. Joel Landis (GSW)
def. Jonathan Martin (GSW)
def. Andrew Greneker (GSW)
def. Ralph Kelley / Henri Abrams (FVSU)
def. Jean Doreline / Macaiah Dawson (FVSU)
def. Aytch Chaney / Sheign Fields (FVSU)
def. Jean Doreline (FVSU)
def. Sheign Fields (FVSU)
def. Ralph Kelley (FVSU)
def. Macaiah Dawson (FVSU)
def. Henri Abrams (FVSU)
def. Aytch Chaney (FVSU)
def. Rafa Hewett / Austin Aten (POINT)
def. Daniel Blanchard / Alonso Trevizo (POINT)
def. Zach Sheeler / Steven Tracy (POINT)
def. Rafa Hewett (POINT)
def. Austin Aten (POINT)
def. Daniel Blanchard (POINT)
def. Andrew Hays (POINT)
def. Steven Tracy (POINT)
def. Zach Sheeler (POINT)
AMERICUS - The Georgia Southwestern men's tennis team swept Point University, 9-0, Saturday afternoon at the Susan K. Smith Tennis Complex to improve their record to 2-5 this spring.
Alex Canovas Ferrando (No. 2) and Jonathan Martin (No. 6) kept the shutout intact with tiebreaker victories. Canovas Ferrando won 7-6, 4-6, 1-0 (10-8) and Martin came from behind to win 3-6, 6-4, 1-0 (14-12).
GSW kicks off Peach Belt Conference with matches at USC Aiken (Saturday) and Lander (Sunday) this weekend.
EARLY SATURDAY RECAP: GSW 1, (#37) FLORIDA TECH 8
The No. 2 doubles team of Alex Canovas Ferrando and Beau Millwood picked up GSW's lone victory against 37th-ranked Florida Tech on Saturday morning at the Susan K. Smith Tennis Complex. Canovas Ferrando and Millwood defeated the team of Wade Ball and Majed Alshaikh, 8-4.
Joel Landis went to a tiebreaker with Alshaikh to decide the match at No. 4 singles. Alshaikh prevailed 6-1, 4-6, 1-0 (11-9).
THURSDAY RECAP: GSW 9, FORT VALLEY STATE 0
The Georgia Southwestern men's tennis team picked up its first win of the season on Thursday afternoon at the Fort Valley State University tennis courts.
Alex Canovas Ferrando (No. 2) and Beau Millwood (No. 3) carried their shutouts over to singles play where they both posted 6-0, 6-0 wins. Jonathan Martin and Andrew Greneker won shortened 8-0 matches in the No. 5 and No. 6 positions, respectively.