#13 Men's Tennis Blanks Schreiner and Texas Lutheran

#13 Men's Tennis Blanks Schreiner and Texas Lutheran

San Antonio - The 13th-ranked Trinity men's tennis team concluded its regular-season home schedule with 9-0 victories over Schreiner (TX) University and Texas Lutheran University on Saturday.


Trinity improves its overall record to 14-9 this season, as well as a 13-3 record against Division III opponents.

Wilson Lambeth and Tilden Oliver received senior recognition at the final regular season home match of the year for the Tigers, as well as teaming up at line one singles for the match against Schreiner.

In addition to the doubles win with his fellow senior, Lambeth also picked up two wins at line one singles, extending his winning streak to 11 consecutive matches and improving his overall record to 14-6 this season.

Oliver also won at lines four and five singles, improving his record on those lines to 7-1 this season.

Cameron Krimbill, Jace Akagi-Okuma, and Artur Zigman all won two singles matches on the day as well. Zigman remains undefeated with his 8-0 singles mark, while Krimbill is 13-10 overall and Akagi-Okuma is now 11-8.

Wilson Hamilton won line three singles against Schreiner, while Christian Settles was a line six winner in the Texas Lutheran match.

Zigman teamed up with Krimbill and Settles to pick up doubles wins, while Hamilton partnered up with Settles and Akagi-Okuma. Hamilton and Settles are now 10-3 as a doubles team this season.

After winning at line one doubles with Lambeth, Oliver joined Lars Wiik at line three doubles for a win against Texas Lutheran.

For the second straight year, Wiik was awarded the prestigious Jimmy Moses Award, which is named for one of the members of Trinity's first scholarship team in the late 1950s. The yearly honor is bestowed upon the Trinity player who best represents the enduring spirit and moral character of a Tiger student-athlete both on and off the court. The award was presented by Mr. Moses' daughter, Anne Moses Ledet.



The Tigers will defend their Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference title April 19-21 at the SCAC Championship in Sherman, Texas.