Lee Men's Tennis Team Loses Pair To West Florida

Sunday, March 30, 2014
The Lee University Men's Tennis team lost a pair of Gulf South Conference matches Saturday at the Ralph "Skeeter" Carson Tennis Complex on the University of West Florida campus. The Flames (1-10, 1-6 GSC) fell 5-0 to No. 13 Valdosta State and 9-0 to No. 1 West Florida.

Lee returns home to face Delta State University on Friday, April 4. The GSC match is scheduled for 1 p.m.

No. 1 West Florida 9, Lee 0
The Argonauts (17-0. 6-0 GSC) earned a 3-0 lead following the doubles matches.
Daniel Hardesty and Richard Gamble lost 8-3 to Carlos Moura and Pedro Roese at No. 1 doubles. At No. 2 doubles, Kenny Brasil and Douglas Boe won 8-2 over Westley Lemke and Alberto Calle, while Richard Hornby and Guilherme Canineo defeated Vincent Audy and Kevin Tan 8-1.

Lemke was edged by Ture Skinner at No. 6 singles. Skinner held on to win 6-3, 6-4. Hardesty was trumped by Roese 6-1 and 6-3.

Calle won three games from Boe and Gamble garnered two games against Domenico Sano.

No. 13 Valdosta State 5, Lee 0
The Blazers (10-2, 4-0 GSC) carried a 3-0 lead out of the doubles competition and tallied the team win with victories at the No. 4 and No. 6 singles spots.

Francisco Yim Kim and Mario Navarro Bayo defeated Gamble and Hardesty, 8-3. Tammo Haake and Sebastian Jasyk teamed up to take down Calle and Lemke by the same score. Gereon Heitmann and Joachim Schemm were 8-1 winners against Tan and Audy.

In singles action, Heitmann won 6-2 and 6-1 against Tan at No 4 singles. Haake held off Lemke to win at No 6 singles, 6-4 and 6-3.


#1 West Florida 9, Lee University 0
Singles competition
1. Douglas Boe (UWFM) def. Alberto Calle (LU) 6-0, 6-3
2. Domenico Sano (UWFM) def. Richard Gamble (LU) 6-0, 6-2
3. Pedro Roese (UWFM) def. Daniel Hardesty (LU) 6-1, 6-3
4. Carlos Moura (UWFM) def. Kevin Tan (LU) 6-0
5. Tom Dynka (UWFM) def. Vincent Audy (LU) 6-0
6. Ture Skinner (UWFM) def. Westley Lemke (LU) 6-3, 6-4

Doubles competition
1. Carlos Moura/Pedro Roese (UWFM) def. Daniel Hardesty/Richard Gamble (LU) 8-3
2. Kenny Brasil/Douglas Boe (UWFM) def. Westley Lemke/Alberto Calle (LU) 8-2
3. Richard Hornby/Guilherme Canineo (UWFM) def. Vincent Audy/Kevin Tan (LU) 8-1


#13 Valdosta State 5, Lee University 0
Singles competition
4. Gereon Heitmann (VSUMT) def. Kevin Tan (LU) 6-2, 6-1
6. Tammo Haake (VSUMT) def. Westley Lemke (LU) 6-4, 6-3

Doubles competition
1. Francisco Yim Kim/Mario Navarro Bayo (VSUMT) def. Richard Gamble/Daniel Hardesty (LU) 8-3
2. Tammo Haake/Sebastian Jasyk (VSUMT) def. Alberto Calle/Westley Lemke (LU) 8-3
3. Gereon Heitmann/Joachim Schemm (VSUMT) def. Kevin Tan/Vincent Audy (LU) 8-1

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