1999-00 Men's Tennis Archive
Post and Fisk fall in NCAA Quarterfinals
In doubles play at the NCAA Division III Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich., Andy Post and Scott Fisk lost their quarterfinal match to Josh Lefkowitz and Dan Matro of Williams), 7-6(5), 6-4. The duo closed out the season with a 20-9 record.
Post and Fisk advance to NCAA Doubles Quarterfinals; Klyachkin ousted in singles
The doubles team of senior Andy Post and sophomore Scott Fisk, seeded fourth at the NCAA Division III Championships, battled back to win their first-round match against Marco Bravo and Rob Candiotti of Redlands by a 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 score. On Tuesday, they face Josh Lefkowitz and Dan Matro of Williams who defeated Brett Kaplan and Michael Miller of Emory, 7-6(3), 6-3.
Senior Yuri Klyachkin fell to Thomas Oechel of University of California-Santa Cruz in the first round of the NCAA Division III Singles Championship by a 6-2, 6-0 score. The Doubles Championship has started with Andy Post and Scott Fisk competing and seeded fourth.
Tigers fall to Trinity, 4-0, in NCAA Quarterfinals; Singles and Doubles Play Starts Monday
The Tigers lost in the NCAA Division III Championship Quarterfinals by a 4-0 score to SCAC rival Trinity in a match played to a decision. The Tigers lost the doubles point as Trinity took wins at one and three doubles. They then won the match with victories at one, three and four singles. Match Results | Yuri Klyachkin will compete in the NCAA Singles Championships, while Andy Post and Scott Fisk team up in doubles beginning on Monday.
Tigers Face Rival Trinity in NCAA Quarterfinals; Three Individuals Qualify for Championships
The DePauw men's tennis team (21-5) faces Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference rival Trinity University (14-5) on Friday, May 19, in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Division III Championships at Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, Mich. Match time is set for 1 p.m. EDT. The two teams met on April 30 at Rhodes College for the SCAC title with Trinity taking a 5-2 victory.
DePauw earned a spot in the quarterfinals with a first-round win over Denison University by a 6-1 score and a second-round victory against host Kalamazoo, 4-3. Trinity blanked Mary Washington on Sunday by a 7-0 score to reach the quarterfinals. Last year, Trinity advanced to the semifinals before losing to Kalamazoo.
The winner of Friday's match advances to Saturday's semifinals to take on the winner of the MIT-UC-Santa Cruz match.
Three individuals will be competing at the Championships as Yuri Klayachkin earned a spot in singles and the doubles team of Andy Post and Scott Fisk also qualified. Post was one of three alternates selected in singles competition. Singles and doubles competition begins on Monday, May 22 and concludes on Wednesday, May 24.
DePauw upsets host Kalamazoo to advance to NCAA Division III Quarterfinals
With the NCAA second-round match tied 3-3, it all came down to number-five singles where DePauw's Greg Nammari came back twice in the third set after being down 5-2 and 6-5 to force a tiebreaker which he won 7-5 to send the Tigers to the NCAA Quarterfinals. DePauw entered the match seeded third in the Midwest, while Kalamazoo was second and the win was their first over the Hornets since 1960. The Tigers won four of the six singles matches as Andy Post, Scott Fisk and Rick Lucas also won their matches. The Tigers advance to the quarterfinals also at Kalamazoo College. Play begins on Friday, May 19. Match results
Tigers advance to NCAA second round after 6-1 win over Denison; set school record for wins in a season
After winning all three doubles matches to secure the doubles point, the Tigers wrapped up their NCAA first-round match with Denison by winning five of the six singles matches. The win lifted the Tigers' overall record to 20-5 and places them in a second-round showdown with host Kalamazoo College. The 20 wins is the most by any men's tennis team in school history. DePauw lost to Kalamazoo 4-1 on April 8 in the Great Lakes Colleges Association Championship match. The winner advances to the NCAA quarterfinals at Kalamazoo next week. Match Results
DePauw to face Denison in NCAA first round
The Tigers, 19-5, make their second consecutive appearance in the NCAA Division III Championship as they face 15-7 Denison University in a first-round match on Saturday, May 13, at Kalamazoo College. The winner of Saturday's match faces the winner of the Kalamazoo-Kenyon match on Sunday for the right to advance to the national quarterfinals. DePauw is 2-0 against the Big Red this season as they won by 4-3 and 5-2 scores. Overall, the Tigers have a 4-3 record against teams in the 27-team tournament.
Tigers finish second at SCAC Championships after 5-2 loss to Trinity
For the second straight year the Tigers finished second to Trinity at the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships as they fell 5-2 in the title match. The Tigers reached the finals by defeating Centre 9-0 and Sewanee 4-3. DePauw, 19-5, will now await word on a possible NCAA berth that will come on Monday, May 8.
DePauw improves to 17-4 with win over Taylor
The Tigers defeated visiting Taylor University 5-2 to raise their record to 17-4 heading into the SCAC Championship at Rhodes College. Results
Tigers top Wabash 7-0 to improve to 16-4
DePauw blanked Wabash 7-0 to move to 16-4 on the season. They took the doubles point by winning two of the three matches and then won all six singles matches. Results
Tigers blank Illinois Wesleyan 7-0
DePauw improved to 15-4 with a convincing 7-0 victory over visiting Illinois Wesleyan. The Tigers took two of the three doubles matches and won in straight sets in five of six singles. Results
DePauw earns number-two seed at SCAC Championship
The Tigers have been awarded the number two seed at the SCAC. The Tigers open play at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 28, against the winner of the Millsaps-Oglethorpe match which will be played that morning. Complete results
Tigers complete weekend sweep with 5-2 win over Washington University
For the second straight day, the Tigers took five of the six singles matches in defeating a regionally-ranked opponent as they topped Washington University 5-2 at the Blackstock Courts. The Tigers entered the match ranked third in the Midwest, while Washington was fourth. Results
Tigers rally in singles play to defeat Denison 5-2
The Tigers lost the doubles point after losing two of the three matches, but came back to win five of the six singles to defeat visiting Denison 5-2. | Results |The Tigers entered the match ranked third in the Midwest, while Denison was fifth. The Tigers host Washington (Mo.) on Sunday. The Bears are ranked fourth in the Midwest.
Tigers fall at Vincennes 5-3
The Tigers fell to 12-4 on the season after dropping a 5-3 match at Vincennes. | Results
DePauw ranked third in Midwest
In the first regional rankings of the spring season, the Tigers are ranked third in the NCAA Division III Midwest Region. Kalamazoo is ranked first and Gustavus Adolphus second. Individually, Yuri Klyachkin is ranked eighth in the region in singles, while Andy Post is 23rd and Scott Fisk 32nd. In doubles play, Post and Fisk are ranked sixth. Complete Division III Regional Rankings
Tigers fall to Kalamazoo in GLCA Championship finals
The Tigers dropped a 4-1 decision to Kalamazoo in the finals of the Great Lakes Colleges Association Championship. The Hornets won two of three doubles matches and then three of four singles as the match was played to decision. All four singles matches went three sets. GLCA Results
Tigers win first two matches at GLCA Championships; play in title match Saturday
DePauw, seeded third at the Great Lakes Colleges Association Championships at Denison, blanked Albion 5-0 and topped second-seed Denison 4-3 on Friday to move into Saturday's finals against Kalamazoo. GLCA Results
Match with Wabash rescheduled
The tennis match scheduled for Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Wabash has been rescheduled for 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 20 at Wabash.
Tigers finish spring trip with 2-2 mark
The Tigers are 10-2 following a split of their four matches during their Spring Break trip. The Tigers opened with a 6-1 win over Missouri-St. Louis and a 9-0 victory against Minnesota-Duluth. They then fell to Alabama-Huntsville 5-4 and Emory 7-0.
DePauw is 6-0 after 5-4 win at Indianapolis
The Tigers took four of the six singles matches on the way to a 5-4 victory at the University of Indianapolis. The win lifts the Tigers' record to 6-0 for the season. Results
Tigers are 5-0 after 7-0 win at Principia
The Tigers won every set on the way to a 7-0 victory over host Principia. The win boosted the Tigers' season mark to 5-0. DePauw's match with Millikin was postponed. Results
DePauw moves to 4-0 with 7-0 win over Hanover
The Tigers remained perfect on the season with a 7-0 win over visiting Hanover at the Blackstock Courts. RESULTS
Tigers open spring season with 7-0 win against Calvin
DePauw opened the 2000 portion of the season with a 7-0 blanking of visiting Calvin at the Blackstock Courts. More details will be available on Monday. The match scheduled with Thomas More for Sunday has been cancelled.
1999 ITA Central Regional tournament
DePauw once again hosted the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Small College Central Region Championships. A total of 79 players representing 21 schools competed for the singles and doubles titles and the right to move on to the national championships in Memphis in October. STORY | SINGLES RESULTS | DOUBLES RESULTS
Tigers open with wins over Marian and Indianapolis
The Tigers opened the 1999-2000 season with 6-1 wins over both Marian College and the University of Indianapolis. In both matches the Tigers won the doubles point and took five of six singles matches.