Tennis teams suffer losses in weekend matches

Kaitlin Sells

Women’s- Feb. 17

The women took their first loss of the season this past weekend when they showed up to play for the first time since February 2 in Tallahassee, Florida against No. 20 ranked Florida State University.

Florida State University (L; 0-7)

The Noles dominated the Eagles 7-0, and it wasn’t pretty. The Noles started off strong and showing no mercy for the Eagles, sweeping doubles play on the court, and continuing that energy with singles play. FSU began singles play by winning three of six matches in straight sets. Although junior Eagle Emilia Bujan, along with freshman Eagle Charlotte Van Diemen, put up a fight and won some sets in the final matches, it wasn’t enough to beat the Noles who took the match 7-0.


Touly (FSU) defeated De Winter 6-3, 6-1

Das (FSU) defeated Truscott 6-3, 6-4

Hule (FSU) defeated Bujan 6-4, 3-6, 11-9

Castaneda (FSU) def. Monsey 6-1, 6-3

Prochazkova (FSU) defeated Hartig 6-7, 6-1, 10-8

Goldin (FSU) defeated Van Diemen 2-6, 6-4, 10-5


Garcia/Hule (FSU) defeated De Winter/Truscott 6-3

Touly/Mikulski (FSU) defeated Bujan/Monsey 6-3

Goldin/Prochazkova (FSU) defeated Boixader/Van Diemen DNF

Up Next

GSU will be having their homeopener for the season against the Charlotte 49ers March 2nd, here in Statesboro at 2 p.m.

Men’s- Feb 16 and 18

The men hit the road this weekend to face Florida Atlantic University, Bethune-Cookman Univeristy, and Stetson University to add two losses and their first win to their overall record of now 1-7.

Feb. 16-Florida Atlantic University (L;0-4)

Starting off winning in singles, the Eagles momentum was halted by doubles play as FAU took the match 4-0. The Eagles were looking to get their first win of the season as Eagles Stefano Di Aloy and Artemie Amari came out to win a match in doubles play for GS, but the one win wasn’t enough as FAU took the other two doubles matches, taking the point for doubles play. Coming off of winning doubles, FAU took that motivation and swept all singles matches in straight sets, taking the match 4-0.


Di Aloy def. Chancerel (FAU) DNF

Legall (FAU) def. Landin 6-2, 6-3

Amari def. Sidney (FAU) DNF

Finkelstein def. Garcia (FAU) DNF

Bugeaud (FAU) def. Suarez 6-1, 6-0

Stefani (FAU) def. Wagemaker 6-4, 7-5


Chancerel/Sidney (FAU) def. Landin/Finkelstein 6-3

Di Aloy/Amari def. Stefani/Guy (FAU) 6-0

Legall/Bugeaud (FAU) def. McCullough/Suarez 7-5

Feb. 16-Bethune-Cookman University (W;4-0)

The Eagles picked up their first win of the season playing the Bethune Cookman Wildcats. Since BCU did not bring a full team with them, the Eagles’ matches were limited, but that didn’t stop GS from dominating. Starting with sweeping in doubles play, the Eagles also swept with all four singles wins in straight sets. The Eagles took the match- and their first win- 4-0.


Di Aloy def. Plazas (BCU) 4-1, ret.

Landin def. Ocampo (BCU) 6-2, 6-0

Amari def. Diego Rois (BCU) 7-5, 6-3

Finkelstein def. Lynch (BCU) 6-0, 6-0


Finkelstein/Landin def. Plazas/Diego Rois (BCU) 7-6

Amari/Finkelstein def. Lynch/Ocampo (BCU) 6-2

Feb. 18- Stetson University (L;2-5)

The Eagles looked to steal another win after their first victory two days prior and came out strong, winning and taking a 2-0 lead by winning the doubles point and freshman Pascal Wagemaker taking his singles play in straight sets. The Hatters bounced back after taking a close match with Stefano Di Aloy that went to a tiebreaker set, taking all singles matches following in straight sets. The Eagles eventually fell short to the Hatters in the end 2-5.


Bhatnagar (SU) def. Di Aloy 6-1, 4-6, 7-6

Blanco (SU) def. Landin 6-2, 6-4

Bradshaw (SU) def. Finkelstein 7-6, 6-3

Sanchez (SU) def. Amari 7-5, 6-3

Wagemaker def. Shkrob (SU) 6-1, 6-1

Bergevi (SU) def. Suarez 6-2, 6-1


Landin/Finkelstein def. Blanco/Bhatnagar (SU) 6-4

Di Aloy/Amari def. Shkrob/Bergevi (SU) 6-2

Sanchez/Bradshaw (SU) def. Suarez/McCullough 6-1

Up Next

The Eagles will be traveling again to face the Charlotte 49ers and Winthrop University February 24 and 25.