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Cougars conclude Jack Kramer Invitational with Hill in singles finals
ROLLING HILLS ESTATES, Calif. – BYU’s Sean Hill concluded time at the Jack Kramer Invitational after advancing to the singles championship match on Saturday.
“Everybody became a better tennis player this week,” BYU head coach Brad Pearce said. “Sean played one of the finest collegiate tennis matches I, and everyone who watched, have ever seen. It was a privilege being associated with these young men.”
In the singles semifinals, No. 2 seed Hill faced the University of New Mexico’s Stepan Holis. The two battled it out and Hill earned the victory in three sets, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, advancing him to the championship match.
In the doubles quarterfinals, Hill and Mateo Vereau Melendez fell to Nico Borter and Holmgren of San Diego, 4-8.
“I’m looking forward to the ITA Fall Nationals next week in Newport Beach, California with Sean and Mateo, while other members of the team will be competing in the So Cal Intercollegiate,” Pearce continued.
Up next, BYU will wrap up fall tournament play with Hill and Vereau Melendez traveling to the ITA Fall Nationals on Nov. 6-9 while other players will compete at the Southern California Intercollegiate, Nov. 7-9.
PROVO, Utah – BYU men’s tennis will send 10 of its 12 student-athletes to the Jack Kramer Invitational in Rolling Hills Estates, California.
Seniors David Ball, Sean Hill and Sam Tullis, juniors Matheus Ferreira Leite and Ben Gajardo, sophomores Vinicius Feijao Nogueira, Kobe Tran and Mateo Vereau Melendez and freshmen Brocton Andrus and Jack Barnett will represent the Cougars this weekend.
The tournament begins Thursday, Oct. 31 and runs through Saturday, Nov. 2.
BYU will compete against players from various schools, including the University of Arizona, UCLA, USC, UC Davis and the University of New Mexico.
The tournament home page can be found here.