|Prev. School||Kingood HS|
02-03: Had a 7-0 record at the No. 3 singles and an 11-1 record overall ... Went 4-3 overall in doubles.
01-02: Played No. 4 singles where he had a 3-7 record ... Went 4-9 in doubles, with a 3-4 record at No. 3 with Adam Stone.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before CU-Colorado Springs: Was an all-district champion all four years while at Kingwood High School in Texas ... Fighting Mustang Award Winner.
Personal: Plans to major in Business ... Has four sisters, Kim, Nihhi, Jenelle and DanI ... Enjoys snowboarding and playing poker ... Parents are Donna and Curt Sellentin ... Born on October 19, 1982.
Stories featuring Travis Sellentin
|May 6, 2005||Tennis season ends at Regionals||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs tennis team was eliminated in the opening round of the NCAA Division II North Central Region Tournament on Friday in St. Cloud, Minn.|
|April 27, 2005||Men's tennis qualifies for regionals||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team qualified for the NCAA Division II North Central Regional Tournament, the school learned Wednesday.|
|April 22, 2005||Men's tennis season ends at RMACS||The UCCS men’s tennis team saw it season come to an end with a loss to Nebraska-Kearney in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Semifinals.|
|April 13, 2005||Shorthanded Lions top CC||Due to injury, UCCS tennis coach Matt Hays was forced to institute a different lineup in the Mountain Lions' 6-3 win over Colorado College on Tuesday.|
|April 11, 2005||Voorhies keeps hot, Mountain Lions down Mesa||Sean Voorhies has been on fire lately. UCCS' No. 1 tennis player has been perfect this spring and has rolled off eighth straight victories overall in singles competition.|
|October 2, 2004||Men's tennis concludes fall season||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.|
|September 13, 2004||Men's tennis wins opener||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team opened its season Monday with a 6-3 victory over the Metro State Roadrunners at Memorial Park.|
|April 23, 2004||Sellentin named second-team All-RMAC||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Travis Sellentin was named second-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference at No. 4 singles, the conference announced Friday.|
|April 20, 2004||Men's tennis ends regular season with 5-4 loss||So close yet again.|
|April 19, 2004||Singles sweep leads men's tennis to win||All six players won their singles matches as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team defeated the Colorado Christian Cougars 8-1 Monday at the Broadmoor.|
|April 4, 2004||Men's tennis falls to Mines again||Same result. Different day|
|March 31, 2004||Close not enough for men's tennis||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team dropped its second straight one-game loss to a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponent Wednesday, a 5-4 defeat to the Colorado Mines Orediggers in Golden, Colo.|
|March 12, 2004||Men's tennis can't master Metro||Travis Sellentin and Ken Huston combined for three wins for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, but it wasn't enough to defeat the defending Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tennis champion Metro State Roadrunners Friday at the Broadmoor. The Mountain Lions were only able to win one other contest as they lost the match 5-4.|
|January 31, 2004||Mountain Lions fall to CU-Boulder||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team opened its spring season with a 7-0 loss to Colorado-Boulder on Sunday at the Meadow Creek Tennis and Fitness Club in Lakewood.|