Men's tennis concludes fall season

By Doug Fitzgerald published October 2, 2004

Travis Sellentin and Jason Schultz each won both their singles and doubles matches, but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team came up one point short in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Colorado School of Mines.

The Mountain Lions concluded their fall season with a 3-2 record, all of which were Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference matches.

Sellentin and Schultz teamed to beat Almed Sejati and Brian Unietis 8-6 at doubles. Sellentin, Schultz and Sean Voorhies then went on to win their respective singles matches. Mines, however, was able to make a 2-1 advantage in doubles hold up for the win.

Sellentin, the team's only senior, concluded the fall portion of the season with a 4-1 singles record and a 3-1 doubles mark. Schultz was 3-1 in singles and 2-2 in doubles. Voorhies, playing out of the challenging No. 1 position, had a 3-2 singles record.

CU-Colorado Springs will resume its season on March 26 against Metro State. Collegiate tennis plays a split season in which fall and spring matches count equally towards a team's season record.

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