Buccaneer of the Week Archives

October 14, 2013

Linda Fritschken
Linda Fritschken
Linda Fritschken

Sport:
Women's Tennis
Hometown:
Berlin, Germany

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Linda Fritschken and partner Emma Onila captured the NCAA Divsion II national doubles title 6-2, 6-2 over BYU-Hawaii's Marika Kobsyashi and Marietta Tuioneta. In the semifinals, Barry's pair beat No. 1 seed Lewis' Zsofia Krancziki and Zsofia Lanstiak, 6-1, 6-4. The Barry dou turned around and became the first Buccaneers in history to win the Super Bowl title, beating Fausthyara Pieterz and Joanna Savva of Tyler (Texas) Junior College, 6-4, 6-1 in the finals. They knocked off Kristina Marova/Hui-I Huang  from Embry Riddle, 6-1 6-1, in the semifinals. 

Mario  Beltran
Mario  Beltran
Mario Beltran

Sport:
Men's Golf
Hometown:
Valencia, Spain

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Barry newcomer Mario Beltran and sophomore Adam Svensson were crowned co-champs at the Guy Harvey Invitational. The Buccaneer duo shot 5-under 211 to force a playoff with Flagler's Spencer Schindler. Beltran and Svensson each parred the first playoff hole, while Schindler had a double-bogey, and then elected to share the medalist honor.

Emma Onila
Emma Onila

Sport:
Women's Tennis
Hometown:
Bucharest, Romania

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Emma Onila and partner Linda Fritschken captured the NCAA Divsion II national doubles title 6-2, 6-2 over BYU-Hawaii's Marika Kobsyashi and Marietta Tuioneta. In the semifinals, Barry's pair beat No. 1 seed Lewis' Zsofia Krancziki and Zsofia Lanstiak, 6-1, 6-4. The Barry dou turned around and became the first Buccaneers in history to win the Super Bowl title, beating Fausthyara Pieterz and Joanna Savva of Tyler (Texas) Junior College, 6-4, 6-1 in the finals. They knocked off Kristina Marova/Hui-I Huang from Embry Riddle, 6-1 6-1, in the semifinals.

Adam Svensson
Adam Svensson

Sport:
Men's Golf
Hometown:
Surrey Vancouver, B.C.

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Sophomore Adam Svensson and Barry newcomer Mario Beltran were crowned co-champs at the Guy Harvey Invitational. The Buccaneer duo shot 5-under 211 to force a playoff with Flagler's Spencer Schindler. Beltran and Svensson each parred the first playoff hole, while Schindler had a double-bogey, and then elected to share the medalist honor. It was the second straight medalist honor for Svensson this season.

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