BRISTOL, Tenn. (Feb. 17, 2018) – The ETSU men’s tennis team will host Tennessee Tech in their first home match of the season. The match will be played indoors at the Bristol Racquet Club, with first serve set for 11:00 a.m. ETSU leads the all-time series with a 22-14 record, with the last meeting coming in 2015.
About the Bucs
ETSU comes into Sunday’s (Feb. 18) match with a 3-4 record. Their latest win came against William & Mary, as the Bucs won 4-1. Robert Herrera (Barcelona, Spain) and Sergi Fontcuberta (Barcelona, Spain) are 4-2 in singles action. David Gonzalez (Barcelona, Spain) is also 3-1, while Frazier Rengifo (Cali, Colombia) is 3-2. The Bucs hold a 17-16 team record in singles. In doubles play, the Bucs sit at .500. Miguel Este (Caracas, Venezuela) and Fontcuberta have a 3-2 record, but Juan Lugo (Maracay, Venezuela) and Frazier Rengifo remain ranked at 44.
About Tennessee Tech
Tennessee Tech enters Sunday’s match with a 2-5 record. They lost five in a row before winning back-to-back matches. They most recently picked up a 4-3 win at Lipscomb, with their other win coming from UNC Asheville 5-2. As a team, the Eagles hold a 48-60 record in singles. Eduardo Mena has a 13-10 record. Former Buc, Wenceslao Albin holds a 10-10 record, while Jorge Alfonzo also sits at .500 with a 9-9 record. The Eagles have used 12 different doubles combinations and have a 13-19 record in doubles action.
ETSU fans wanting to receive Buccaneer news, score updates, in-game promotions and much more sent to their mobile device can do so by signing up for “Buc Updates.” Click here to sign up today!
For more information on Buccaneer men’s tennis visit ETSUBucs.com and click on the men’s tennis page.