Florida Atlantic men's tennis 2014 recruiting class is the No. 7 ranked class in the country among mid-major colleges according to Tennis Recruiting Network. Florida Atlantic will have five new recruits next season and was ranked No. 32 overall.
Florida Atlantic men's tennis players Will Neuner and Richard Meade competed in and won the National Clay Court Open Division doubles tournament. The rising seniors defeated the tournament's number one seeded doubles pair in the finals to win the tournament and a coveted USTA Golden Ball trophy, ...
Florida Atlantic men's tennis 2014 recruiting class, ranked by Tennis Recruiting Network, is the No. 32 ranked class in the country. Florida Atlantic received five first place votes and was the only team competing in C-USA next season to be ranked in the top 35.
The Florida Atlantic University men's tennis team has three new recruits that will join the team next season. Kian McLean of Chevy Chase, Maryland, Anthony Schohn of France, and Ignacio Jimenez Ruiz of Spain will be coming to Boca Raton to compete for the Owls.
Florida Atlantic men's tennis fell to Charlotte 4-0 on Thursday, the first day of the Conference USA Men's Tennis Championships. The loss ends FAU's season with a 10-11 overall record.
4/8/2014 - M. Tennis
- Florida Atlantic men's tennis beat Florida A&M in convincing fashion on Saturday, 4-0. FAU was able to win the doubles point and three singles matches to secure the victory played a day early due to weather.
Florida Atlantic men's tennis defeated Jackson State on Friday 5-0. The match moved due to possible bad weather in the Tallahassee area was originally scheduled as a double header on Sunday.
Florida Atlantic men's tennis fell to Brown University 4-0 Wednesday. The Owls could not get going against the Bears, and lost or was down in every position.
Florida Atlantic men's tennis defeated SCAD Savannah 7-0 on Wednesday. FAU looked dominant in the return of Andrei Morin-Kougoucheff to competition.
Florida Atlantic men's tennis fell to in-conference competitor Eastern Carolina on Wednesday 4-2. FAU looked good early winning the doubles point but was unable to hold on the match losing four singles matches and falling to 4-2.