men’s tennis

Men’s tennis team dealing with tough season

By Santiago Martinez-Caro |

The Flagler College men’s tennis team season has not been as successful this season as many expected. Though the team is very talented, and will have great runs in the future, their inexperience has put them through some tough times this year.

This weekend the team traveled to South Carolina to play against No. 10 Lander. After a rain delay Flagler College was defeated with an overall score of 5-1. With this defeat, Flagler College fell to a 5-9 overall and a 2-4 in conference play.

Men’s tennis team heading to Peach Belt Conference Tennis Championships

By Michael Potkay |

The Flagler’s men’s tennis team ended the season Monday, April 11th with back to back victories against No. 45 Florida Tech and No. 15 Georgia College.

They finished the season ranked No. 12 (Campbell’s/ITA Division II Rankings) with an overall record of 10-6, a conference record of 7-2 and is seeded No. 3 in the Peach Belt Conference Men’s Tennis Championships. The tournament begins on Friday, April 15th in Augusta, Ga. Their first match will be at 5 p.m. against Georgia College.

Harry Snoxell: tennis profile

By Michael Potkay |

Harry Snoxell has been playing tennis at Flagler College for four years.

Born in Dorset, United Kingdom, Snoxell learned to play tennis at the age of 5 when his father built a tennis court in his backyard for his older brother. Soon Snoxell began to compete in several tournaments in Gloucester, U.K.

Sports journalist and tennis player: a full time job

By Donna Styron |

For the Flagler College men’s tennis team, there is one player who has more than playing on the court on his agenda.

As a communication major and a men’s tennis player, junior Adam Hunt has been busy during his first year at Flagler. Hunt is native of Woking, England, a small town in South East London. He came to the United States to play tennis for Mercer University in 2008 but transferred to Flagler’s tennis program this past fall.