Men End Fall Season
The Crimson Wave men’s tennis ended their season this weekend after taking splitting with Roosevelt University and St. Joseph’s College.
The Crimson Wave took an easy 8-1 win over Roosevelt University. Glauber Borrachini and Juan Guacaneme took the number one doubles win 9-7. Cristian Baez and Nilson Cano took the number two doubles win 8-4. David Espinoza and Ishup Singh grabbed the number three doubles win 8-8 and 7-5.
Borrachini, Guacaneme, Baez, Espinoza and Singh all took singles wins for the Crimson Wave.
On Saturday the Crimson Wave took an 8-1 loss to St. Joseph’s College. Borrachini grabbed CCSJ’s only win as a single, taking the match 6-1 and 6-1.
The Crimson Wave will start conference play in the spring.
Men Take Loss at Bethel
The Crimson Wave men’s tennis team took on Bethel College for their second match of the season. The match was held at Bethel College.
In doubles competition, Glauber Borrachini and Juan Guacaneme defeated Bethel’s Ethan Turner and Rafael Barreto 8-5. Bethel would go on to win the remaining doubles matches 8-1 and 8-1 respectively.
CCSJ and Bethel College would split the singles competition with each team winning three out of the six matches. Glauber Borranchini defeated Ethan Turner 6-0, 6-1. Juan Guacaneme defeated Trent Stout 7-6, 6-4, and 6-3. Nilson Cano would go on to defeat Luke Prude 6-4 and 7-5. In the end, Bethel defeated CCSJ 5-4.
The Crimson Wave will now prepare for Roosevelt University on October 11th at 1pm.
Borrachini and Martinez Win in CCAC Quarterfinal
The Crimson Wave men’s tennis team ended their season tonight at the CCAC Men’s Tennis Championships.
The men were defeated in the quarterfinals by Roosevelt University 6-3.
Glauber Borrichini defeated Roosevelt’s Matt Kuntzi 6-1 and 6-1 in the number one singles match. Christian Martinez took a 6-3 and 6-1win over the Lakers Trenton Jones in the number two singles match.
Martinez and Cristian Baez took the number one doubles match 9-8 over Kuntzi and Jones.
The Crimson Wave ended their season 1-6 overall.