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Warriors Fall in Finals

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - April 21st, 2016
Travis Kimsey (Photo by Kaci Mexico)

By Kaci Mexico
April 21, 2016

After seven hard fought matches, #16 Westmont Men’s Tennis (9-8) fell to #13 Lewis-Clark State (11-9) in the Men’s Tennis Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament Championship. Lewis-Clark State defeated the Warriors by a score of 5-2.

Westmont and Lewis-Clark State split the first two doubles matches.

Playing at number two, Quentin Wacquez and Alexandra D’aboville earned Lewis-Clark State the first point of the game when they defeated Luke Whalen and Christian Mathis 8-3; and at number three, Tommy Nightingale and Jordan Strandness evened the score when they overcame Sonam Phuntsok and Andres Bustani 8-6.

Lewis-Clark State won the third doubles match and took a 2-1 lead when Yonas Woldetsadik and Jeff Su clinched a narrow 9-8 (7-0) victory in a neck and neck match against Carl Lindqvist and Travis Kimsey, playing at number one.

Warriors Advance to Finals

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - April 20th, 2016
Carl Lindqvist ( Photo by Kaci Mexico)

By Kaci Mexico
April 20, 2016

In a semifinal match-up of the Men’s Tennis Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament, between sixteenth ranked and number two seeded Westmont Men’s Tennis (9-7) and number three seeded Biola (11-12), the Warriors secured an early victory over the Eagles defeating them 5-1, just three singles matches in. With this win, the Warriors will advance to the championship game.

The first team to reach five points would win the game. The doubles matches were played first and the Warriors won two out of the three.

“I thought our guys started out really well in the doubles, winning at numbers two and three,” reflected head coach Mark Basham. “It was lights out at three and really solid at two once we got it going. At number one I thought we were right there to win it, but Biola stepped up and earned the win. Both teams are good and played well so it was a pretty even matchup. I was happy being up two to one but certainly would have loved to have the cushion of going into singles three to 0.”

Men’s Tennis: GSAC Regular Season Co-Champions

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - April 12th, 2016
Travis Kimsey

By Kaci Mexico
April 12, 2016

For the first time in 19 years, #16 Westmont Men’s Tennis earned the title of Golden State Athletic Conference Co-Champions, alongside San Diego Christian. The Warriors became co-champions when they defeated Hope International (2-15, 0-9 GSAC) by a score of 9-0.

In singles play, the Warriors won three matches in two sets and three matches by forfeit.

Playing at number one, Carl Lindqvist, who was the GSAC Men’s Tennis Player of the Month for the month of March, defeated Mauricio Mosquera 6-4, 6-4; at number two, Luke Whalen was triumphant over Anthony Sena in two sets 6-1, 6-2; and at number three, Travis Kimsey overcame Andres Rivas 6-0, 6-0.

Warriors March Past Eagles

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - April 6th, 2016
Luke Whalen (Photo by Nate Kurtzman)

By Kaci Mexico
April 6, 2016

In their second to last Golden State Athletic Conference match, ninth ranked Westmont Men’s Tennis (7-7, 6-2 GSAC) made a significant stride towards becoming GSAC regular season co-champions when they defeated Biola (10-11, 3-5 GSAC) by a score of 8-1.

If Westmont is victorious in their final conference match this Saturday, they will be GSAC regular season co-champions with San Diego Christian (9-3, 7-2 GSAC).

In singles play, the Warriors won five out of six matches.

Playing at number one, Carl Lindqvist defeated Philip Westwood 6-2, 6-4; at number two, Luke Whalen conquered Lucas Lee in three sets 6-2, 3-6, 7-5; at number three, Travis Kimsey was victorious against Luke Mountain 6-3, 6-1; at number four, Christian Mathis overcame Joe Turnquist 6-0, 6-2; at number five, Tommy Nightingale fell to David Garcia in three sets 7-5, 3-6, 6-4; and at number six, Jordan Strandness defeated Andrew Greenfield 6-3, 6-3.

Lindqvist Honored as GSAC Tennis Player of the Month

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - April 5th, 2016
Carl Lindqvist (Photo by Brad Elliott)

By Kaci Mexico
April 5, 2016

Senior Philip Lindqvist of Sweden was honored as the Golden State Athletic Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Month.

In the month of March, Lindqvist went 3-2 playing at number one singles and 3-2 playing at number one doubles with partner Travis Kimsey. Lindqvist has a number one singles season record of 9-4 and a number one doubles season record of 7-6.

In the Warriors’ 4-5 loss against Division II Concordia (CA), Lindqvist defeated Till Gettenberger 6-3, 6-3 playing at number one singles. In the Warriors’ 2-5 loss against Division I UC Riverside, Lindqvist defeated Julian Ruffin in three sets 1-6, 6-2, 6-0 playing at number one singles.

In the Warriors’ 5-4 victory over Arizona Christian, Lindqvist defeated Tyler Cawthorne 7-5, 6-2 at number one singles. At number one doubles, Lindqvist and Kimsey clinched a win over Cawthorne and Ezequiel Suarez 9-7.

Warriors Endure Second Conference Loss

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - April 3rd, 2016
Tommy Nightingale (Photo by Brad Elliott)

By Kaci Mexico
April 3, 2016

Westmont Men’s Tennis (6-7, 5-2 GSAC), who is ranked ninth in the nation, endured their second Golden State Athletic Conference loss of the season when they were defeated by the eleventh ranked Hawks of San Diego Christian (8-3, 6-2 GSAC) by a score of 2-7.

In doubles play, the Hawks won two out of three matches. Playing at number one, Brendan Aguilar and Leonardo Urquidi defeated Carl Lindqvist and Travis Kimsey 8-0; at number two, Alessandro Moriano and Daniel Superlano conquered Christian Mathis and Luke Whalen 8-2; and at number three, Tommy Nightingale and Jordan Strandness earned a point for the Warriors when they defeated Jan-Erik Isermann and Joey Rivera 8-6.

The Hawks also dominated in singles play when they won five out of six matches. The Hawks were victorious playing at numbers one, two, three, five, and six. Aguilar defeated Lindqvist 6-1, 6-1; Urquidi defeated Whalen 6-4, 7-6 (3); Moriano overcame Kimsey 6-4, 6-4; Michael Rjazanov defeated Strandness 6-2, 6-2; and Isermann was triumphant over Nightingale 7-6 (4), 6-4.

Warriors Upset by Lewis-Clark State College

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - March 31st, 2016
Luke Whalen (Photo by Brad Elliott)

By Kaci Mexico
March 31, 2016

Ninth ranked Westmont Men’s Tennis (6-6, 5-1 GSAC) suffered their first conference loss when they were upset by #20 Lewis-Clark State College (7-6, 2-1 GSAC) yesterday afternoon. Lewis-Clark State defeated the Warriors by a score of 5-4.

In singles play each team won three matches. For Westmont, Carl Lindqvist, Travis Kimsey, and Christian Mathis each earned a point. Playing at number one, Lindqvist defeated Yonas Woldetsadik 6-1, 6-3; at number three, Kimsey overcame Ignacio Salom in three sets 1-6, 6-3, 7-6; and at number four, Mathis conquered Andres Bustani 6-1, 6-3.

For Lewis-Clark State, Quentin Wacquez, Jeff Su, and Alexandre D’aboville each earned a point. Playing at number two, Wacquez was triumphant over Luke Whalen in three sets 7-5, 4-6, 7-6; at number five, Su defeated David Akin 6-1, 6-2; and at number six, D’aboville defeated Jordan Strandness 6-2, 6-3.

Men’s Tennis Goes 1-1 in Division III Matchups

Submitted by: Kaci Mexico - March 29th, 2016
Travis Kimsey (left) and Carl Lindqvist (right) (Photo by Brad Elliott).

By Kaci Mexico
March 29, 2016

Ninth ranked Westmont Men’s Tennis (6-5, 5-0 GSAC) took a break from conference play this past week and faced two Division III schools – Colby College (0-5) and Williams College (5-0). Last Tuesday the Warriors defeated Colby by a score of 7-2, and yesterday they fell to Williams by a score of 1-8.

Against Colby, the Warriors won four out of the six singles matches. Playing at number three, Christian Mathis defeated Shaw Speer 6-3, 6-2; at number four, Luke Whalen defeated Mark HoSang 6-0, 6-0; playing at number five, David Akin defeated Jeremy Mendoza in thre sets 2-6, 6-3, 6-2; and playing at number six, Jordan Strandness clinched a victory over Matt Martin, defeating him in three sets 6-4, 4-6, 10-6.

Colby College earned two points when Carl Reid defeated Carl Lindqvist in three sets 4-6, 6-4, 7-1, playing at number one; and Vlad Murad defeated Travis Kimsey in three sets 3-6, 6-1, 6-1, playing at number two.

The Warriors swept in doubles, winning all three matches played. Playing at number one, Lindqvist and Kimsey defeated Reid and Vlad 8-3; at number two, Whalen and Mathis overcame Speer and HoSang 8-5; and playing at number three, Akin and Strandness defeated Mendoza and Martin 8-2.

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