Men's Tennis

Irish Tennis To Host ITA Summer Circuit Event

Senior Greg Andrews

Updated as of Sunday, July 21 (7:30 p.m.)

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Day Two Recap: Senior Greg Andrews and sophomore Alex Lawson are on to the semifinals of the singles main draw after two wins each Sunday.  

In doubles Andrews and teammate Nicolas Montoya are in the semifinals. 

The three-day tournament will conclude Monday at Courtney Tennis Center and Eck Tennis Pavilion.

Day One Recap: Five Irish men's players advanced to the round of 16 of the men's singles draw on day one. Looking to advance to the quarterfinals were Greg Andrews, Nicolas Montoya, Michael Fredericka, Eddy Covalschi and Alex Lawson

In doubles Andrews and Montoya, Fredericka and Matt Dooley and Covalschi and Lawson all advanced to the round of 16. 

On the women's side Darby Mountford moved on in the women's consolation draw as well as the doubles draw. 

Action continues Sunday at Courtney Tennis Center and Eck Tennis Pavilion. 

NOTRE DAME, Ind. - The University of Notre Dame will play host to one of the Midwest stops on the USTA/ITA Summer Circuit, with action getting underway Saturday and continuing through Monday at the Courtney Tennis Courts and Eck Tennis Pavilion. will provide updated brackets throughout the tournament, with links provided on and @NDMensTennis on Twitter.

Competing for the men's squad will be Greg Andrews, Nicolas Montoya, Michael Fredericka, Matt Dooley, Eddy Covalschi and Alex Lawson. On the women's side Darby Mountford will take part.  

About the ITA Summer Circuit

Nearly 30,000 men and women have competed in ITA Summer Circuit events since it began in 1993. The circuit provides college (and junior and alumni) players the opportunity to compete in organized events virtually year round. Although the primary focus of the circuit is to provide incoming freshmen and collegiate players the chance to compete in the summer months, for NCAA compliance purposes, the events within the ITA Summer Circuit are categorized as "open"; therefore anyone is eligible to compete in these events as long as he/she is a current ITA member.

The ITA Summer Circuit is currently made up of eight regional circuits (East, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest, Central, Mountain, Texas and West) consisting of four consecutive open tournaments played during the month of July, leading up to the USTA/ITA National Summer Championships in Bloomington, Indiana in August.




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