Bryce Adds Antoine Raffaelli to Men's Tennis TeamSAINT LEO, Fla. – Tennis Coach James Bryce has announced the signing of Laredo Community College transfer Antoine Raffaelli to a National Letter of Intent to play tennis for the Lions’ men’s team.
Men's and Women's Tennis Conclude Seasons Nationally RankedSAINT LEO, Fla. – Both the Saint Leo men’s and women’s tennis teams concluded their 2011 regular season ranked in the top-50 of the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Top-50 poll, it was announced Friday. The men catapulted six spots to finish No.21 while the women slipped four spots falling to No.31.
Lions Battle, But Fall Short At NCAA TournamentBOCA RATON, Fla. – The No.27 Saint Leo men’s tennis team (14-11) was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament action on Sunday, dropping the opening match of the NCAA South Region competition, 5-0, Sunday afternoon from the Perper Tennis Complex in Boca Raton, Fla.
Lozier Selected Freshman of the Year; Nicholson-Lewis, Adjenak Also Tabbed All-SSCSAINT LEO, Fla. – Saint Leo men’s tennis freshman, Victor Lozier, was selected Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year, it was announced Thursday by SSC Commissioner Jay Jones. In addition, Lozier earned a spot on the All-SSC First Team as did the doubles duo of Lozier and Matt Nicholson-Lewis. Individually, Nicholson-Lewis and Aloua Adjenak were chosen All-SSC Second Team.
Historic Season Lands No.27 Men's Tennis in NCAA TournamentSAINT LEO, Fla. – Coming off a season in which Saint Leo Men’s Tennis collected more regular season wins (14) than any men’s squad since 1988 (16), the No.27-ranked Lions earned their first-ever team berth into the NCAA Tournament, it was announced Tuesday evening by the NCAA
No.27 Men's Nipped by No.9 Rollins in Third Place Match, 5-3ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – The Saint Leo men’s tennis team (14-10) nearly upset the No.9-ranked Rollins College Tars in the third place match of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament, but fell just short as they dropped a 5-3 decision, Saturday evening from the Sanlando Tennis Complex.
No.4 Barry Takes Down No.27 Men's Tennis in SSC SemisSAINT LEO, Fla. – Coming off one of the biggest wins in program history, the No.27-ranked men's tennis team faced their first setback of the Sunshine State Conference Tournament as they fell at the hands of the No.4-ranked Barry University Buccaneers, 5-0, Friday afternoon from the Sanlando Tennis Center.