Men’s Tennis Ranked 23rd, Gray 27th in Singles, in Final Oracle/ITA Division III Rankings

Men’s Tennis Ranked 23rd, Gray 27th in Singles, in Final Oracle/ITA Division III Rankings

National Rankings: Team | Singles
Atlantic South Rankings

TEMPE, Ariz. - The Sewanee men's tennis team concludes the regular season with a No. 23 ranking, announced by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association on Tuesday.

The Tigers finished with a 22-6 overall record, matching their win total from a season ago, and they captured their sixth consecutive Southern Athletic Association Regular Season and Tournament championship.

Ranked seventh in the Atlantic South region rankings, Sewanee made its 16th appearance in the NCAA Championships, but the team dropped its second round match to N.C. Wesleyan at Emory University in Atlanta.

Finishing the season ranked nationally, Jack Gray earned a No. 27 ranking in singles play. The Chattanooga, Tenn. native ended his junior season with a 12-7 record, including four wins against nationally-ranked foes. Earning a spot in the 2018 NCAA Men's Tennis Singles Championships, he is the fifth-best player in the Atlantic South region.

Andres Carro finishes the 2018 season No. 19 in the region rankings. The Memphis, Tenn. native recorded a 13-7 season, including a 6-4 record at the No. 2 flight.

In doubles play, Hayden Loeb and Gray are ranked No. 10 in the region. The duo finished 3-3, but Loeb posted an 11-4 record in doubles, while Gray collected a 15-11 mark.

Also ranked in doubles play is the duo of Jordan Brewer and Carro. Playing at the No. 2 position, the team recorded a 12-7 record.

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