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Judson University signs another player to their 2014 men's roster. Michael Bruen from Canberra, Australia has signed his National Letter of Intent to play tennis at Judson University in the Fall. Michael will be bringing a long standing and successful tennis career to Judson in the Fall. Michael attended Canberra College where he graduated in December. Michael was one of 8 top players to be a member of the Australian Pizzy Cup Team where he represented his State in National Tournaments. Michael has played in over 119 singles matches and 55 doubles matches over the last few years as well as some mixed doubles matches and many tournaments. Michael was also a finalist in the Metropolitan Hard Court Championships in Sydney. We look forward to Michael being a strong contributor to the singles and doubles lineup. Michael will be studying Exercise Sport Science at Judson and will surely bring a high level of tennis to the program.
Coach Moment announces the signing of another top local athlete to the men's tennis team for Fall. Josh Gronowski comes to Judson with an extensive USTA history of playing competitive tennis resulting in a record of 23-19 over the last few years. Josh has been slowing improving his match play as well as capturing some championship in the USTA Heritage Tennis Club Tournaments. Josh will joining the tennis team in the Fall and is expected to be a key player in the singles and doubles lineup. We welcome him and his family to the Judson Family and look forward to the impact he will make on and off the court at Judson.
Coach Moment announced that Daniel Hendel will join the men's tennis team this Fall. Daniel comes from top ranked, #11 Temple Community College to join the Judson Eagles this Fall. As per 4/2014 ITA Rankings, Daniel has reached the spot of #69 in singles play and #16 in doubles play among junior college players in the US. He recently went 1-1 in singles play and 1-1 in doubles play at the National Junior College Nationals in Plano, TX. His experiece will definitly add great depth to the men's team and he will surely be a leader on and off the court. Daniel is from East London, South Africa where he had an extensive tennis career representing his high school and numerous national and provincial tournaments. Daniel will be studying architecture at Judson and will be an integral part of the team.
Judson Men Tennis closed out their regular season yesterday with a 9-0 sweep of the Rock Valley "Golden Eagles". The all-senior lineup of our graduating seniors took the win for Judson. The singles lineup consisted of Reilly Good, Kyle Price, Andrew Moment, Ian Harris, Mike Gaffney and Joel Aurand. Judson's first point of the match was won by the No.1 doubles spot of Good and Moment. Good and Moment have maintained that spot all year and have proven their ability to compete at a higher level. The second point of the match came from No. 2 doubles of Kyle Price and Ian Harris and the third point came in by our No. 3 doubles duo of Mike Gaffney and Joel Aurand. Judson swept through the singles lineup with all six points being received. This closed out the regular season for the men and they will now be preparing for the conference tournament that will begin on Tuesday.
Judson University signs Elisha Hougland to Men's Tennis for next year. Elisha comes with an extensive and successful tennis career playing for Hampshire High School. He has seen 2 years of IHSA state tennis finals action in singles and doubles and is currently seeking his third year at the state finals while entering his senior year of his high school tennis season. "We are excited to have such a high level local athlete join the men's tennis team and we are sure he will add a great deal of depth to the program. We are truly blessed to have him join us at Judson", says Coach Moment.
Judson's Men's Tennis team won 9-0 against Mc Henry County College on Monday night. After sweeping the doubles, Judson entered singles play up 3 points for the match. The singles lineup maintained a great pace with the ball and used their experience in match play over a young Mc Henry County College team. Judson takes their 3 match winning streak into a whole weekend of matches in Iowa and Wisconsin.
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