The EKU men's tennis team aims to secure a top-three seed in the ASUN Conference Championship by facing No. 73 Kennesaw State on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at the Betty Siegel Tennis Courts.

By the Numbers
  • EKU holds a 20-7 record, with a chance to earn the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye with a victory against Kennesaw State and a North Alabama loss.
  • The team boasts a 16-0 home record and recently secured wins against ranked opponents, including a historic victory against No. 68 Stetson.
State of Play
  • EKU's success is attributed to players like Evzen Holis, Moritz Mayer, Paul-Antoine Brazet, and Fernando Bulnes, who have impressive singles records.
  • The team has dominantly performed in doubles matches, with Mario Monclus Martin and Mayer leading the way in the doubles pair.
  • Kennesaw State, with a 13-5 record and ranked No. 73, poses a challenge as they lead the all-time series against EKU 2-1.
What's Next

The upcoming match against Kennesaw State will be crucial for EKU to secure a favorable seeding in the ASUN Conference Championship.

Bottom Line

With a stellar home record and a strong lineup led by key players, EKU's men's tennis team is poised for success as they aim to secure a top seeding in the upcoming championship.