SPARKILL, NY – On a day when a senior set yet another men’s tennis record, it was a freshman who stole the show. Paul Voigt ’21 (Cologne, Germany) was a double winner for the Spartans, the second of which proving to be the clinching point to give the hosts a 5-4 regional victory over Kutztown University.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – The St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team gutted out a tough 5-4 victory on the road Thursday. Facing a 4-2 deficit, the Spartans won at second, third, and first singles, respectively, to take the win.
The St. Thomas Aquinas men's tennis team fell to UDC 6-3 on Saturday afternoon. Javier Munoz picked up the 2nd flight singles win for the Spartans, 6-2, 6-1. Munoz also picked up a doubles win along side Eddy de Abreu, 8-4.
The St. Thomas Aquinas men's tennis team lost to Queens College, 7-2 on Friday afternoon. Andreu Ferragut and Enej Hasicevic won the second flight doubles match, 9-7. Luke Talpin won their 5th flight singles match for the Spartans topping Nicholos Volos.
The St. Thomas Aquinas men's tennis team is ranked 10th in the East Region based on the Oracle/ITA Collegiate Rankings which is
administered by the ITA. Junior Aaron Stahl is also ranked 19th among the top singles players in the region.
The St. Thomas Aquinas men's tennis team lost to Oklahoma Baptist, 8-1 on Wednesday afternoon. Andrew Farragut Lluch earned the lone point for the Spartans winning his third flight singles matches, 6-2, 4-6, 10-8.
SPARKILL, NY – Returning to the friendly confines of “The Dome,” the St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team defeated NCAA Division I opponent Rider University on Saturday with a final score of 6-1 in just under two hours of action.
KUTZTOWN, PA – In a closely contested non-conference matchup, the St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team defeated Kutztown University on Wednesday by a final score of 6-3. The Spartans looked to be on the verge of sweeping all three doubles matches, but lost the first doubles matchup in a tie break, 9-8 (6).
EAST MEADOW, NY – For the third consecutive year, the St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team set a new program record by winning six combined matches at the ITA East Regional Championships. Held at the 930-acre Eisenhower Park, the tournament consisted of members of the men’s and women’s teams from the NCAA East Region all vying for the right to call themselves singles and doubles champions.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – The St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team traveled to the City of Brotherly Love on Tuesday to take on regional foe University of the Sciences. Unfortunately for the Spartans, the greeting they received was anything but friendly, as they fell to the Devils 6-3.
VESTAL, NY – In arguably the best run tournament on the East Coast, the St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team traveled to the Binghamton University Championships this past weekend to face top-level competition in their first action of the 2016-17 season.
QUEENS, NY – The St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team concluded their season today, dropping a 5-0 decision to #33 New York Institute of Technology in the semifinals of the East Coast Conference tournament. The match, hosted by Queens College, was moved indoors under threat of inclement weather.
SPARKILL, NY – Playing at the friendly confines of “The Dome” for the last time this season, the St. Thomas Aquinas men’s tennis team shut out Rockland Community College by a final score of 9-0. The win marked the tenth of the season – the most wins in a season in the history of the program while also snapping a five game skid.
OLD WESTBURY, NY – Despite dropping their match at New York Institute of Technology 8-1, the St. Thomas Aquinas College men’s tennis team has a lot to celebrate. For the first time in program history, the Spartans have earned a berth in the East Coast Conference tournament as the number four seed.
SPARKILL, NY – After playing their last three matches on the road, the St. Thomas Aquinas men’s tennis team returned to “The Dome” on Senior Day to take on East Coast Conference opponent and East Region #3 Queens College. The Spartans were unable to keep their home record unblemished, as they lost to the heavily-favored Knights 8-1.
WASHINGTON, DC – On Friday, the St. Thomas Aquinas men’s tennis team traveled to our nation’s capital to face conference foe University of the District of Columbia, in what might have been the closest match of the season. Searching for their second conference win, the Firebirds took a 2-1 lead out of the doubles slate, winning at first and third doubles.