Nr. 25 men’s tennis defeat UTSA – Texas A&M Athletics

Final stats BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A & Ms number 25 men’s tennis team won 6-1 over UTSA Sunday night at the Mitchell Tennis Center. The Aggies improved to 17-9 on the season, while the Roadrunners dropped to 9-8 in the spring.

Maroon & White locked the 1-0 advantage through double wins on lanes one and two to open the match. Noah Schachter and Know Taylor posted a 6-0 victory over Joao Ceolin and Javier Gonzalez followed by a 6-3 result of Austin Abbrat and Stefan Storch over Tiago Torres and Sebastian Rodriguez.

The Aggies opened singles with five out of six first sets, but UTSA equalized the match at one-all with 6-3. 6-2 victory of Ceolin over No. 56 Schachter on track one. A&M regained the lead, 2-1, after Storch topped Gonzalez 6-3, 6-1 on lane four. Matthis Ross posted today’s third point for A&M and won 6-3, 6-4 on lane four over UTSA’s Rodriguez. Not too long after Ross’ victory, Mathis Bondaz took the team’s victory to the Aggies as he defeated Danijal Muminovic 6-4, 6-4 on lane five.

After the team match was settled, A&M picked up the last two points Pierce Rollins and Taylor. Rollins defeated Torres 7-6 (5), 0-6, 6-3 on lane two, while Taylor survived Maxim Groysman 7-6 (6), 5-7, 10-6 on lane six.

The Aggies come on the field for a couple of SEC games next weekend. The road turn begins in Alabama on Friday, April 1 at 18.00 (CT) and ends Sunday, April 3 in Auburn for first serve.

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Steve DentonTexas A&M Head Coach
On the day…
“I think it’s great that we were able to get behind today after losing the double point and winning four singles matches against a really good Georgia team. It says a lot about what our boys are getting. We continued to grow up and fight.hard.They were rewarded for it today and we were very happy with our Italian connection.Giulio {Perego]and Guido [Marson] pulled us through with two wins in the end, that was the difference. “When we change our minds about tonight’s match against UTSA, they are a very tough team that we were very worried about.”

About the victory over UTSA …
“We had good double points again. Kenner [Taylor] continues to shine in the doubles. I was happy to get some of these guys fighting against a good in-state opponent. Gennembore [Rollins] got two wins today, which is great for his confidence. It was great to see Matthis [Ross] and Mathis [Bondaz} get wins in a couple significant matches against tough opponents. I liked that Kenner got rewarded with a singles win in the last match on the court. Stefan {Storch] also played solidly today. We got a lot out of that fight. I think in the future it really helps, gives us some confidence. It boosts the team’s morale to play those kinds of matches, and it was just a really good day for Texas A&M tennis. “

UTSA vs. Texas A&M
27/3/2022 in BCS, TX
(Mitchell Tennis Center)

# 25 Texas A&M 6, UTSA 1

Single competition
1. Joao Ceolin (UTSA) def. # 56 Noah Schachter (TAMU) 6-3, 6-2
2. Pierce Rollins (TAMU) def. Tiago Torres (UTSA) 7-6 (7-5), 0-6, 6-3
3. Matthis Ross (TAMU) def. Sebastian Rodriguez (UTSA) 6-3, 6-4
4. Stefan Storch (TAMU) def. Javier Gonzalez (UTSA) 6-3, 6-1
5. Mathis Bondaz (TAMU) def. Danijal Muminovic (UTSA) 6-4, 6-4
6. Know Taylor (TAMU) def. Maxim Groysman (UTSA) 7-6 (8-6), 5-7, 1-0 (10-6)

Double competition
1. Noah Schachter/Know Taylor (TAMU) def. Joao Ceolin / Javier Gonzalez (UTSA) 6-0
2. Austin Abbrat/Stefan Storch (TAMU) def. Tiago Torres / Sebastian Rodriguez (UTSA) 6-3
3. Pierce Rollins/Matthis Ross (TAMU) vs. Maxim Groysman / Danijal Muminovic (UTSA) 3-4, unfinished

Match notes:
UTSA 9-8
Texas A&M 17-9; National Ranking # 25
Finishing order: Double (1,2); Singles (1,4,3,5,2,6)

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