Men's Tennis Blanks Palm Beach Atlantic

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The top-ranked Barry University men’s tennis team picked up a 0-9 win over the #50-ranked Palm Beach Atlantic Sailfish at home on Friday Evening.
 
In doubles action, Max WImmer and Quentin Vachez beat #17 Krasimir Atanasov and Luke Bolanos 8-6 at number one. At #2 doubles, Emanuel Fraitzl and Marco Mokrzycki took down Bastian Guenther and Alex Minicozzi 8-2. In the final doubles spot, Ollie Lemaitre and Sergio Velez defeated Jonathan Kalis and Evan Sahlman 8-0.
 
In singles action, the Bucs took all six points to hand the Sailfish the 9-0 loss. Top-ranked Fraitzl defeated #24 Atanasov 6-2, 6-2 at #1. Playing at number two, #26 Wimmer beat Guenther 6-0, 7-6. In a similar score, #11 Mokrzycki defeated Bolanos 6-2, 7-6 at number three.
 
In the lower singles flights, Velez nearly blanked Minicozzi, beating him 6-1, 6-1. At #5, Vachez beat Kalis 6-0, 6-1. At the final singles flight, Lemaitre beat Sahlman 6-0, 6-3.
 
The Bucs return to action on Sunday, February 20 when they travel to Melbourne, Florida to take on NCAA Division I Southern Mississippi.
 
Tennis Match Results
Palm Beach Atlantic vs Barry University
02/11/2011 at Miami Shores, Fla.
(Buccaneer Tennis Center)
 
 #1 Barry University 9, #50 Palm Beach Atlantic 0
 
Singles competition
1. #1 Emanuel Fraitzl (BUM) def. #24 Krasimir Atanasov (PBAM) 6-2, 6-2
2. #26 Max Wimmer (BUM) def. Bastian Guenther (PBAM) 6-0, 7-6
3. #11 Marco Mokrzycki (BUM) def. Luke Bolanos (PBAM) 6-2, 7-6
4. Sergio Velez (BUM) def. Alex Minicozzi (PBAM) 6-1, 6-1
5. Quentin Vachez (BUM) def. Jonathan Kalis (PBAM) 6-0, 6-1
6. Ollie Lemaitre (BUM) def. Evan Sahlman (PBAM) 6-0, 6-3
 
Doubles competition
1. Max Wimmer/Quentin Vachez (BUM) def. Krasimir Atanasov/Luke Bolanos (PBAM) 8-6
2. Emanuel Fraitzl/Marco Mokrzycki (BUM) def. Bastian Guenther/Alex Minicozzi (PBAM) 8-2
3. Ollie Lemaitre/Sergio Velez (BUM) def. Jonathan Kalis/Evan Sahlman (PBAM) 8-0
 
Match Notes:
Palm Beach Atlantic 0-1; National ranking #50
Barry University 2-0; National ranking #1