Five Seniors Play Final Home Dual Against Green Bay on Sunday
The Youngstown State men's tennis team will pay tribute to five seniors prior to Sunday morning's home finale against Green Bay at the Boardman Tennis Center. First serve is set for 10 a.m.
The match against Green Bay is the final home dual meet for seniors Rodrigo Campos, Sebastian Hagn, Zeeshan Ismail, Max Schmerin and Victor Theorin. Campos, Ismail and Schmerin have spent their entire careers with the program while Hagn (USF) and Thoerin (Charlotte) joined the program as transfers.
The five seniors have played more than 400 matches in their YSU careers. Schmerin (106), Campos (105) and Ismail (111) have each played in more than 100 singles matches. On the doubles side, they have combined for 344 completed matches in their careers.
Of the five, Ismail has the most singles wins with 57, but Campos is right behind at 56. Schmerin has recorded 49 wins in his career while Hagn has 28 and Theorin has 11.
Ismail owns an impressive 25-11 mark in tournament play throughout his career. He has played in four different spots in singles at YSU, playing a high of 32 at the four spot. In doubles play, he has 15 wins in tournaments, 10 at No. 3 and nine at No. 2.
Campos has been a strong dual player for the program with 42 wins. Of those, 27 have come in the No. 5 slot. In doubles, he has picked up 28 wins, half of which have came at the No. 2 spot.
Schmerin has played five of the six singles spots and has won 49 singles matches. Of note, 24 of his wins have come in tournament and 25 have been in dual play.
Hagn has picked up 28 victories in his two-year career playing mostly in the one-or-two spot. Last year he was the Horizon League's Newcomer of the Year. In his YSU career he has five wins at No. 1, 10 at No. 2 and 13 in fall tournament play. In doubles he has an impressive 35 wins, with 23 coming in the No. 1 spot.
Theorin has posted 15 wins in doubles play and 11 in singles action in his career. He has 10 doubles wins in tournamant play during his YSU tenure.
The Penguins enter Sunday's match with a 5-13 overall mark and a 1-2 record in the Horizon League while the Phoenix comes in with a 12-7 and 2-0 mark.