Men’s Tennis beat IU Southeast and Hanover on Sunday


JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.- University of Southern Indiana Men’s Tennis (4-13) captured a pair of wins on Sunday against Indiana University Southeast (2-11) and Hanover College (5-7).
The Screaming Eagles took down IU Southeast 7-0, along with another victory over Hanover College 6-1.
Vs. IU Southeast
USI jumped on the Grenadiers right out of the gate winning all three doubles competitions highlighted by sophomores Mathys Bove (Lyon, France) and Axel Sabourin (Marseille, France) doubles one victory, 6-2.
Bove carried the momentum into helping the Eagles win all six singles matches. Bove won his team leading ninth singles match 6-1, 6-0. Senior Dylan Brown (Evansville, Indiana), junior Quinten Gillespie (Whiteland, Indiana), and Sabourin won their matches by the same score as Bove.
Blake Deaton (Indianapolis, Indiana) added his fourth singles victory of the season and Eytan Michaeli (Beer Sheva, Isreal) took care of his singles number two opponent.
Vs. Hanover College
USI used the same doubles combinations as the morning match to earn three comfortable victories. Brown and Gillespie picked up their sixth victory as a duo for the season.
The Eagles overpowered Hanover winning five of the six singles matches. Michaeli, Sabourin, and Gillespie were locked in winning their matches 6-1, 6-0. Bove and Brown swept their opponents 6-0, 6-0.