Men's Tennis Hosts St. Thomas Thursday

Marco Mokrzycki and Max Wimmer will be honored on Senior Day 3 p.m. Thursday at Buccaneer Tennis Center. Photos by Joel Auerbach

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Marco Mokrzycki and Max Wimmer will be honored on Senior Day as No. 2 Barry hosts St. Thomas 3 p.m. Thursday at Buccaneer Tennis Center.

The Bucs (20-0) also play Palm Beach Atlantic 3 p.m. Friday. St. Thomas is ranked No. 26 in NAIA.

Mokrzycki and Wimmer are two of the best players in Barry men's tennis' storied history.

Mokrzycki has won three All-American awards, including two in singles and another in doubles, in his first three years at Barry. Last season, the 6-foot-6 Hannover, Germany, product earned All-American acclaim in both singles and doubles. Mokrzycki went 14-5 in singles, which included an 8-3 record against nationally-ranked opponents in 2012. He was ranked No. 5 in the country in singles play at the close of his junior season. Mokrzycki also went 21-6 in doubles, finishing the year with a No. 9 national ranking with partner Leo Vivas. His 21 doubles victories tied for ninth in Buccaneer single-season history.

This year, Mokrzycki is 10-2 in singles with a 7-2 record against nationally-ranked opponents. He is ranked No. 4 in the country in singles. He owns a 15-2 doubles mark, including a 13-2 record with partner Fabian Groetsch. Mokrzycki has beaten the Nos. 1-2 singles players in NCAA Division II. He and Groetsch also beat the No. 1 pairs team in the nation. Together, they are ranked No. 2 in the nation.

Mokrzycki has 71 career doubles victories, which ranks fifth in school history. His 48 career singles wins are tied for 14th all-time.

Mokrzycki has been named Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week four times this season.

Wimmer is a three-time doubles All-American, having received the honor in each of his first three seasons. As a freshmen, he went 18-2 in singles and 21-5 in doubles. He collected 18 singles and 14 doubles victories as a sophomore before racking up 13 singles and 17 doubles victories as a junior. After taking last spring off, Wimmer returned to Miami Shores in the spring for his final season.

This year, Wimmer is 15-1 in singles and 15-3 in doubles. He is ranked No. 22 nationally in singles and No. 7 with Vivas in doubles. He owns a victory over the No. 18-ranked singles player in the country, which clinched Barry's 5-4 thrilling win over No. 1 Armstrong Atlantic to end the Pirates' 42-match win streak. He and Vivas also beat the No. 11-ranked pairs team in the nation, and own an 8-0 record together. He and Ollie Lemaitre are 4-2 as a tandem.

Wimmer's 64 career singles victories rank third in school history. His 67 doubles wins are tied for sixth.

Wimmer has been named SSC Player of the Week twice this year.




Oh oh ....

We are sorry but it appears that JavaScript is disabled on your browser.
Our site is very interactive and it requires JavaScript to be enabled.
Click on the link below for instructions on how to enable JavaScript on your browser.

Enable JavaScript on your browser