‘Men’s Tennis’ Category

Gustavus set to induct nine new members into Athletics Hall of Fame

The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department has chosen nine individuals for induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame. The 2018 inductees include Renee Beaudry ’03 (Soccer), Eric Butorac ’03 (Tennis), Meghan Donley ’00 (Tennis), Ryan Hoag ’03 (Football, Track & Field), Luke Speltz ’03 (Track & Field), Andy Traetow ’03 (Football), Jerry Washington ’03 (Track & Field), Kevin Whipple ’03 (Tennis), and Al Molde ‘66 (Benefactor).

Men’s Tennis Boasts 11 ITA Scholar-Athletes, Named All-Academic Team

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association released its 2018 academic awards and the Gustavus men’s tennis team has 11 ITA Scholar-Athletes to comprise an All-Academic Team. Of 95 Division III teams that earned All-Academic Team status, Gustavus is one of eight programs to have at least 11 Scholar-Athletes. 

Steinwand Awarded Prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced its 2018 spring sports postgraduate scholarship winners and recently graduated Gustavus men’s tennis player Gabe Steinwand (Moorhead, Minn.) was one of 29 student-athletes out of all three divisions to receive the prestigious scholarship.

61 Gusties Named 2017-18 MIAC Winter/Spring Academic All-Conference

Student-athletes in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) continue to achieve in both athletics and in the classroom. For the third consecutive year, the MIAC has recognized more than 1,000 student-athletes with Academic All-Conference honors with 61 Gustavus student-athletes receiving the distinction.

Nora Holtan, Mohanad Alhouni Named 2017-18 Gustavus Athletes of the Year

Another successful year of Golden Gustie athletics is in the books and to officially close out the 2017-18 academic year, the Athletics Department is proud to announce volleyball setter Nora Holtan (Jr., Rochester, Minn.) and tennis ace Mohanad Alhouni (Sr., Tripoli, Libya) as winners of the 18th Annual Gustavus Athlete of Year awards.

Alhouni Caps Impressive Career In Quarterfinal Of NCAA Men’s Tennis Singles Championships

The collegiate career of Gustavus men’s tennis ace Mohanad Alhouni (Sr., Tripoli, Libya) came to a close Friday at the NCAA Singles Championships. In the quarterfinal round, Alhouni lost 6-3, 6-2 to Bowdoin’s Grant Urken, finishing his senior season with a 29-9 singles record.

Alhouni Advances To NCAA Men’s Tennis Singles Quarterfinals, Falls In Doubles With Whaling

Mohanad Alhouni (Sr., Tripoli, Libya) and Patrick Whaling (Jr., Manakin Sabot, Va.) competed in the NCAA Men’s Tennis Individual Championships on Thursday and came out with mixed results. Alhouni won his first two singles matches to advance to the national quarterfinals, while he and Whaling lost in the first round of the doubles tournament.

Aney, O’Neil Take Home MIAC Elite 22 Awards In Tennis

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) recognized some of its best and brightest spring sport student-athletes on Monday with the announcement of the spring sports Elite 22 Awards. Gustavus swept the tennis accolades, with Michael O'Neil (So., Edina, Minn.) receiving the men's tennis Elite 22 Award and Katie Aney (Sr., Rochester, Minn.) taking the women's tennis honor.

Alhouni Named ITA Central Region Senior Player Of The Year

The Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced its 2018 Division III Regional Award winners Thursday and Gustavus men’s standout Mohanad Alhouni (Sr., Tripoli, Libya) was named Central Region Senior Player of the Year.

Men’s Tennis Upset By Whitman In NCAA Region Championship

In a match that lasted four hours, visiting Whitman College pulled off a 5-4 upset over the Gustavus men’s tennis team Saturday at the Brown Outdoor Tennis Complex, capturing the NCAA region championship and advancing to the national quarterfinals for the first time since 1988. The No. 6-ranked Gusties jumped out to a 2-1 lead after doubles and won the first singles match, but the No. 20-ranked Blues won at Nos. 1, 3, and 6 before the clincher at No. 5.