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VU Tennis off to solid start on 1st day of NJCAA Tennis National Tournament

PLANO, Texas - The Vincennes University Tennis Team got off to a solid start in singles action today at the NJCAA Div. I Tennis National Championship Tournament as three of the Trailblazers' top four claimed matches and the fourth received a bye in the tournament draw.

In Singles Flight I, VU's Nicolas Rouanet defeated Ross Gan of Oakton (IL), 6-0, 6-1, while Trailblazer Stefan Gonzalez turned away Prairie State's Osiris Carroll by 6-0, 6-1 scores.In Singles Flight 3, VU’s Patricio Zarazua received a bye and will face Oakton’s James Forster on Tuesday morning. At Flight 4 Singles, VU's Austin Hensley earned a 6-2, 6-1 victory over Cody Kacerek of Paradise Valley (AZ)
As of 3:15 p.m. Vincennes time, results from VU's Zach Mustin's match vs. Jean Perez of Paradise Valley and the scheduled first-day match between VU's Brennan Buchanan vs. Leredo (TX)'s Josh Regalado still hadn't been posted.
For results from the tournament, visit The tournament's official web site is, while information on the event is available on Facebook at and via Twitter (@NJCAAMensTennis).

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