Southern Virginia University men's tennis player Paul Monson was named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State second team this season, becoming the first player in program history to earn an All-State honor.
The Southern Virginia University men’s tennis team finished its third-straight winning season with the best record since joining the Capital Athletic Conference, 17-5. Freshman Paul Monson and sophomore Ben Spencer were named to the All-CAC Second Team Singles, becoming the first Knights in program history to earn the honor.
In the semifinal of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament, the Southern Virginia University men’s tennis team fell 6-0 to No. 1 seeded University of Mary Washington to finish fourth in the tournament.
The Southern Virginia University men’s tennis team fell to No. 36 Christopher Newport University 9-0 Saturday, snapping an 11-match win streak. The Knights defeated Frostburg State University in Newport News on Friday, 9-0.
Since becoming head coach, Tom Snelson has developed a winning tradition with the Southern Virginia University men’s tennis team and has now led them to a second straight winning season and postseason appearance.