Saints Have a Program Best Four Championship Matches
Brock Kappelmann - May 21, 2021 6:46 am
PLANO, Tex. – Seward County Community College advances to four championship matches and remains in second place after the fourth day of matches at the NJCAA Men’s Tennis National tournament. The Saints will compete in the number four, five, and six singles draw championship and the number two doubles draw championship match. The four championship matches are the best in program history and no individual has won a national championship in their individual draw in school history.
To start the day Enzo Frequelin defeated Cowley College in straight sets 7-5, 6-3 to advance to the number six singles draw. After the match was tied at five all in the first set Frequelin won the next two games to take the first set and took that momentum into the second set to claim the victory.
Jaun Gonzalez was in a battle with Cowley College on the next court over and won the first set in a tie break to lead 7-6. The second set went to Cowley 3-6 but Gonzalez came out strong in the third set to win 6-1 and advances to the number 4 ingles draw championship.
Martins Abamu took care of business in the number five singles draw semifinals with a straight-set win 6-4, 6-4 over Eastern Florida Community College. Abamu will compete in the championship of the number five singles draw tomorrow at 8 AM.
In the number one doubles draw, Luciano Fisicaro and Raul Centeno lost to Cowley College in the quarterfinals 3-6, 1-6. In the number three doubles draw Gonzalez and Emiliano Vecchia fell to Tyler Junior College 3-6, 6-7. They fought in the second set but came up short in the tiebreaker.
Savary and Frequelin won their doubles match in the quarterfinals of the number 2 doubles draw to advance to the championship match. They beat Collin College in straight sets 7-6, 6-2.
The Saints remain in second place after the fourth day of matches with a total of 37 points. Tyler Junior College leads the way with 44 points and Cowley College is in third place with 35 points.
The schedule tomorrow will have all of the singles matches will starting at 8 AM with the doubles matches to follow at 11 AM. Gonzalez will face off against the number one seed from Tyler Junior College Alan Magadan. Abamu will take on Andoni Garmendia from Cowley College the three seed in the number 5 singles draw. Frequelin will take on Yassir Kilani the number one seed from Tyler Junior College in the number six singles draw.
Savary and Frequelin will take on Tyler Junior College Alan Magadan and Ryo Minakata the number one seed in the number two doubles draw.
For the complete championship matches and points follow the link below.