The Maroon

Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

Loyola+men%27s+tennis+players+competing+in+a+doubles+match.+Both+the+men%27s+and+women%27s+teams+went+undefeated+in+their+five-game+stretch+over+Spring+Break.+Photo+credit%3A+Loyola+University+Athletics
Loyola men's tennis players competing in a doubles match. Both the men's and women's teams went undefeated in their five-game stretch over Spring Break. Photo credit: Loyola University Athletics

Loyola men's tennis players competing in a doubles match. Both the men's and women's teams went undefeated in their five-game stretch over Spring Break. Photo credit: Loyola University Athletics

Loyola men's tennis players competing in a doubles match. Both the men's and women's teams went undefeated in their five-game stretch over Spring Break. Photo credit: Loyola University Athletics

Andres Fuentes

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Both the Loyola men’s and women’s team remain undefeated in the sunshine as they swept ranked opponents on a five-day Florida road trip.

The Wolf Pack made big noise in Orlando, Florida as both tennis teams took down No. 24 Saint Thomas University on their final day of competition.

Loyola took control in the matches versus one of the top programs in the country. The men’s team won 8-1 and the women’s team defeated the Bobcats 7-2.

Both teams also racked up wins against Southeastern University, Warner University, Luther College, and Webber International.

For the men’s squad, Joseph Short, business freshman, and Galileo Cabrales, business management sophomore, both finished 4-1 overall in their matches throughout all five matches.

On the women’s side, Arianna Pepper, finance sophomore, and Koral Martinez, biology junior, finished 4-0 as a pair through each match during the tournament.

The men’s team now has a 11-4 record while the women’s team has a 10-6 record.

Up next, Loyola will host teams from Mobile, Alabama at City Park on April 6.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

About the Writer
Andres Fuentes, Editor in Chief
Andres is going onto his third year with The Maroon, and has previously served as Sports Editor, Sports Assistant and Distribution Manager. He hopes that his experiences both classrooms and newsrooms allow him to lead The Maroon effectively on both print and media outlets. He hopes to have stellar and note-worthy news while also featuring...
Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Life & Times

    Andrew Harper is bugging about his senior thesis

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Finance

    Loyola Center for Entrepreneurship receives a $1.5 million donation

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Arts

    Gallery: These Shining Lives undergoes tech week

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Administration

    Tetlow announces balanced budget for fiscal year 2019

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Food

    Top five dates that don’t break the bank

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Lifestyle

    Meet the Tulane & Loyola skateboarders

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Sports

    Loyola sports experiences highs and lows in recent events

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Lifestyle

    The Wolf horoscopes for the soul

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Lifestyle

    Westboro Baptist Church protest throwback

  • Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament

    Food

    Which Uptown bar is your perfect tinder match?

Since 1923 • For a greater Loyola
Loyola tennis teams stay undefeated at spring break tournament