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EASTERN FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ATHLETICS
M. Tennis Fri, Sep. 22 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at ITA Men's Tennis
M. Tennis Sat, Sep. 23 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at ITA Men's Tennis
M. Tennis Sun, Sep. 24 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at ITA Men's Tennis
M. Tennis Thu, Oct. 12 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at ITA Cup
M. Tennis Fri, Oct. 13 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at ITA Cup
M. Tennis Sat, Oct. 14 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at ITA Cup
M. Tennis Sun, Oct. 15 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at ITA Cup
M. Tennis Fri, Jan. 26 3:00 PM
Eastern Florida State College
at St. Leo University
M. Tennis Tue, Jan. 30 Final
Palm Beach Atlantic
0
vs Eastern Florida State College
9
M. Tennis Sat, Feb. 03 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at Flagler College
M. Tennis Fri, Feb. 16 2:30 PM
Eastern Florida State College
at Embry-Riddle University
M. Tennis Thu, Feb. 22 1:00 PM
Kaiser University
vs Eastern Florida State College
M. Tennis Fri, Mar. 01 Final
Mount St. Mary's
0
vs Eastern Florida State College
9
M. Tennis Sun, Mar. 03 3:30 PM
Eastern Florida State College
at Barry University
M. Tennis Sun, Mar. 10 Final
Eastern Florida State College
3
at Tyler Junior College National Invite
6
M. Tennis Sun, Mar. 10 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at Tyler Junior College
TJC Spring Break Invite-Murphy Tennis Center-Tyler, Texas
M. Tennis Sun, Mar. 10 Final
Pratt Community College
0
vs Eastern Florida State College
9
Tyler, TX
M. Tennis Mon, Mar. 11 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at Tyler Junior College National Invite
M. Tennis Mon, Mar. 11 Final
Eastern Florida State College
9
vs Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
0
Tyler Invitational
M. Tennis Wed, Mar. 13 Final
Cowley County Community College
5
vs Eastern Florida State College
4
M. Tennis Fri, Mar. 15 Final
University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
0
vs Eastern Florida State College
5
M. Tennis Thu, Mar. 21 Final
St. Lawrence
0
vs Eastern Florida State College
9
M. Tennis Fri, Mar. 22 10:30 AM
Eastern Florida State College
at USC Sumter
M. Tennis Fri, Mar. 29 11:30 AM
Eastern Florida State College
at Atlantis University
M. Tennis Fri, Apr. 05 Final
Millenia University
0
vs Eastern Florida State College
9
M. Tennis Tue, Apr. 09 Final
Eastern Florida State College
7
at Atlantis University
0
M. Tennis Wed, Apr. 10 Cancelled
Keiser University JV
vs Eastern Florida State College
M. Tennis Sat, Apr. 20 12:00 PM
Eastern Florida State College
at Warner College
M. Tennis Tue, Apr. 23 11:00 AM
Fordham University
vs Eastern Florida State College
M. Tennis Mon, May. 13 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at NJCAA Division I National Tournament
Collin College, Plano, TX
M. Tennis Tue, May. 14 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at NJCAA Division I National Tournament
Collin College, Plano, TX
M. Tennis Wed, May. 15 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at NJCAA Division I National Tournament
Collin College, Plano, TX
M. Tennis Thu, May. 16 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at NJCAA Division I National Tournament
Collin College, Plano, TX
M. Tennis Fri, May. 17 TBA
Eastern Florida State College
at NJCAA Division I National Tournament
Collin College, Plano, TX
No. 3 doubles team wins consolation final at national tournament

No. 3 doubles team wins consolation final at national tournament

The Eastern Florida State College men's tennis team finished the NJCAA Division I National Championship Tournament with a win.

The No. 3 doubles team of Enric Porcar and Jaewoo Choi claimed the Consolation Final title Thursday afternoon, picking up two straight wins. The pair defeated Mesa Community College's Andrew Hoffman and Duncan Mulenga 8-3 in the consolation semifinals, jumping out to a 4-0 lead and won the final three points to advance to the final.

Then the Titans played Saulk Valley Community College's Jared Mitchell and Jon Rhodes, posting an 8-2 win as Porcar served out the win.

"The first day was tough with the loss, but I think after that we played well and won the title," Porcar said.

It was the second time in Titans history that a team has won the consolation final in doubles.

The day began with Lucas Gonzalez, Lluc Pasqual Camps and Corentin Venot all playing in singles semifinal matches.

All three fell short but it marked the second straight season the Titans have had at least three players in the national tournament semifinals.

Gonzalez, playing No. 1 singles, battled the No. 1 seed Takeshi Taco from Cowley Community College who heads to the final winning every match in straight sets.

Gonzalez fell 6-2, 6-3 in the semifinals but the freshman from Argentina made a good run as the No. 4 seed in the tournament.

Camps played No. 1 seed Jakob Mosvold from Tyler Junior College in one of the No. 5 singles semifinals and the two had a close battle as Camps battled back from a 1-4 deficit to tie the match at 4-4 before Mosvold held serve and then got a break to win the first set.

The second set was back and forth throughout with Mosvold once again getting a break to end the match.

The Barcelona, Spain native wrapped up his national tournament with a 2-1 record.

Venot played No. 1 seed Andoni Garmendia at No. 6 singles and lost in straight sets, 6-1, 6-4. After losing the first set, Venot was leading early in the second set but Garmendia won the final four points to win the match.

The No. 2 doubles team of Gonzalez and George Myers Millington won their consolation semifinal match against Mesa Community College's Austreberto Carlon and Cameron Khan 8-2.

They advanced to the Consolation Final where they faced Pratt Community College's David Arrieta and Danta Despontin. Pratt jumped out to a 6-3 lead but the Titans bounced back with a break and then held serve to make it 6-5. The key point to the match happened at that point as the two teams traded blows through five deuce points until Pratt picked up the win and went on to claim the Consolation Final.

The Titans finish the national tournament with 23.5 points, good for seventh place overall.