Following a 2-1 doubles deficit that initially had the potential to swing all the way in the Fighting Knights’ favor, Lynn University’s men’s tennis team remained resilient and never gave up the fight on Friday in the Sunshine State Conference Tournament semifinals. The fifth-ranked and third-seeded Fighting Knights battled to the final serve but narrowly fell 5-4 to second-ranked and second-seeded Barry in a classic South Florida rivalry bout.
Three tightly contested doubles bouts that all went in favor of Lynn University’s men’s tennis team garnered key momentum as the fifth-ranked and third-seeded Fighting Knights blanked 37th-ranked and sixth-seeded Rollins College 5-0 on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament.
President Kevin Ross and Director of Athletics Devin Crosby sit down and discuss the outcome of the South Florida Showdown
Lynn University’s men’s tennis team hosted a red-hot Saint Leo University squad in Sunshine State Conference competition on Saturday but the fourth-ranked Lions overpowered the fifth-ranked Fighting Knights, 7-2. Gabriel Hocevar won both of his matches for the Blue and White.
Lynn University’s men’s tennis squad picked up a strong team win on Tuesday as the third-ranked Fighting Knights blanked Eckerd College in Sunshine State Conference competition, 9-0.
Lynn University’s men’s tennis team took to the courts in Sunshine State Conference competition for the second straight day on Sunday with the third-ranked Fighting Knights posting an 8-1 home triumph over Florida Southern College.