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2017 MEN'S TENNIS
 
 
Men's Tennis - Wed, Apr. 12, 2017

CHICAGO --- For the second week in a row, Judson University boasts the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week and for the second week in a row the credentials are the same, a perfect seven-day stretch for the team and an unblemished 5-0 mark for the player.  Sophomore Carlos Clerins (Spain) gained the distinction for the week ending April 9, the league office announced on Wednesday.

Clerins claimed three straight-set wins in singles play at the No. 4 position, while collecting his other two wins at No. 3 doubles.  Three of the five wins also came against conference foes.

Clerins yielded only four games over his three singles matches and just three games in doubles play.  That put his singles record at 20-2 and his combined doubles mark at 17-6 for the season.

With the three 9-0 team wins on the week, two against league competition, Judson is now 21-4 overall and remained unbeaten in conference play at 4-0.

Other Nominees: Anders Sandberg (St. Francis).