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APSU Men’s Tennis takes on McKendree at the Governors Tennis Courts, Tuesday – Clarksville Online


Clarksville, TN –The Austin Peay State University (APSU) men’s tennis team returns to Clarksville for the first time this season as the Governors host McKendree on Tuesday, March 15 at the Governors Tennis Courts. The game starts at 1:00 p.m.

After ending their three-game winning streak against West Florida, the Governors (3-2) are looking to build momentum in their final three non-conference games before opening the conference game of the Ohio Valley vs. Belmont, April 2.

Senior Anton Damberg leads Austin Peay with three singles wins at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions, while Damberg and second Frederic Schlossmann highlight the Governors’ doubles pairings with two wins at the No. 1 doubles court .

After finishing fourth in the Grand Lakes Valley Conference East Division, McKendree currently leads the GLVC with a 7-0 record and is 36-5 in singles and 19-2 in doubles this season.

The Bearcats are led by Briss Kamdem, a graduate transfer from Tulsa, who leads the team with six singles wins on the team’s front three lines. Kamden and junior Leonardo Frederico lead McKendree in doubles at 6-0 while playing exclusively on the Bearcats front row.

About the McKendree Bearcats

Record 2022: 7-0 (0-0 GLVC)
Record 2021: 9-6 (6-4 CGV)

Result of the 2021 season: After finishing fourth in the GLVC East Division, McKendree’s season ended in the first round of the GLVC Tournament after being swept 4-0 by West Division No. 1 seed Southwest Baptist.

Returning/new arrivals: 6/11
All-Time Series: 0-0
Last meeting: First meeting

Follow the governors of the APSU

For news and updates ahead of the APSU Governors game against North Alabama, follow the men’s tennis team at Twitter (@GovsMTN), Instagram (@GovsTennis) and Facebook (Austin Peay Tennis).

Next step for APSU men’s tennis

After their match against McKendree, the Austin Peay State University moi tennis team takes on Carson-Newman on March 17 at 1:00 p.m. at the Buddy Catlett Tennis Complex in Jefferson City.

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