- Abilene Christian University's Daniel Morozov wins the Flight B singles title in a three-set match
- Ethan Scribner becomes the Flight D singles champion due to his teammate's injury
- Abilene Christian's Ivo Isquiero and Augustin Salazar win the Flight B doubles championship
Abilene Christian Wildcats had a successful day at the Jake Frederick Memorial Islander Open, with two of their players winning titles. Daniel Morozov fought hard and emerged as the champion in the Flight B singles, defeating Incarnate Word’s Andoni Garmendia in three sets. Ethan Scribner claimed the Flight D singles championship after his injured teammate Mihaly Deli had to retire due to injury. In addition, Abilene Christian had a strong showing in the doubles events, with Ivo Isquiero and Augustin Salazar winning the Flight B doubles.
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