Georgetown News
Men's Tennis - Tue, Nov. 27, 2007

Georgetown College Tennis leaped into new territory in the ITA National Rankings with four individuals and three doubles pairs ranked in the poll, marking the most rankings ever for the Tiger Tennis program and Head Coach Kevin Calhoun.

Georgetown College Tennis leaped into new territory in the ITA National Rankings with four individuals and three doubles pairs ranked in the poll, marking the most rankings ever for the Tiger Tennis program and Head Coach Kevin Calhoun.

In men's singles, junior Matias Carcamo cracked the poll at 34 and was recently the Tiger's first ITA Southeast Regional semifinalist since 2001. Teammate Eugenio Aspillaga followed in at 37th, while the doubles pair of Carcamo and junior Andres Escalante entered their first national poll at 24.

For the ladies, freshman Adrienne Bartlett will start the spring season at 32nd after beating the 38th and 39th ranked players at the ITA Southeast Regional in the fall and junior Emily Kerrick is ranked 40th, matching her highest career singles ranking. Kerrick and Bartlett are listed at 23rd in doubles while teammates Sarah Yost and Bianca Rugimbana are just one spot off at 24.

"It is great to see that the time and energy they spent during the summer has paid off," said Calhoun. "These players set some lofty goals both individually and as a team, and we are well on the way to accomplishing them."

The teams will open play at the end of January with the women traveling to Eastern Kentucky University on the 26th followed by the men on February 29th.

 
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