Tornados Drop Match to Montreat in Fall Action

Tornados Drop Match to Montreat in Fall Action

BC Senior Tom Mittring wins both singles and doubles in his final match as a Tornado

BREVARD, N.C. - The Brevard College Men's Tennis team dropped a match 6-3 to Montreat in a fall contest played Saturday on the BC campus.

The match marked the final competition for senior Tom Mittring in a Tornado uniform.  The senior delivered with a pair of victories, winning both the number one singles and the number one doubles competition.  Mittring, from Bavaria, Germany, will be graduating in December from Brevard College with a degree in Psychology. 

In number one singles, Mittring won handily in straight sets defeating Montreat's Leopoldo Lucero 6-1, 6-2.  

In doubles, Mittring teamed up with Tim Hengst to take on Montreat's top team of Lorward Choie and David Garcia.  The duo of Mittring and Hengst took care of business with an 8-3 victory.  

Brevard also garnered a win in number two doubles as the tandem of Will Christiansen and Tyler Frazee soundly defeated Montreat's Jackson Plyler and Grayson Chumley.

Montreat won in number three doubles and in five singles matches to clinch the win.

The Tornados will be back in action in the Spring of 2019 beginning with a road match at Southern Wesleyan in Central, S.C. on February 2.


Men's Tennis
Montreat 6, Brevard 3

#1 Singles: Tom Mittring (BC) defeats Leopoldo Lucero (MC) 6-1, 6-2

#2 Singles: Jackson Plyler (MC) defeats Tim Hengst (BC) 6-3, 6-2

#3 Singles: Lorward Choie (MC) defeats Tyler Frazee (BC) 6-3, 3-6, 6-2

#4 Singles: David Garcia (MC) defeats Will Christiansen (BC) 3-6, 7-6 (10-8)

#5 Singles: Jacob Summerville (MC) defeats David Bumgarner (BC) 6-4, 7-5

#6 Singles: Enrique Smalley (MC) defeats Andrew Ingram (BC) 6-1, 6-0

#1 Doubles: Tom Mittring & Tim Hengst (BC) defeats Lorward Choi & David Garcia (MC) 8-3

#2 Doubles: Will Christiansen & Tyler Frazee (BC) defeats Jackson Plyler & Grayson Chumley (MC) 8-2

#3 Doubles: Israel Ramirez & Ben Herman (MC) defeats David Bumgarner & Andrew Ingram (BC) 8-4

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