Hartsville, SC – Coker Men’s tennis finished their season with a non-conference match against one of the regions top ranked teams Presbyterian College. Presbyterian were very strong at all position and comfortably won 9-0


The best performance on the day came at number 1 singles where Duncan Grew lost a very close third set tie-break. Grew came out swinging in the opening set and took the first set 6-2. PC came back in the second set 6-2 to force the final set breaker. Grew had two match points in the third set tie-break but finally fell 15-13.


Presbyterian won comfortably at all other position to seal the victory. Coker Men end their season at 4-13 and 2-8 in the CVAC.




1 Doubles: Rincon/Chapman (Presbyterian) def. Byford/Grew (Coker) – 8-3

2 Doubles: Dwivedi/Osborne (Presbyterian) def. Yager/Nash (Coker) – 8-2

3 Doubles: Lee/Glankler (Presbyterian) def. Morton/Thompson (Coker) – 8-3


1 Singles: Hector Rincon (Presbyterian) def. Duncan Grew (Coker) – 2-6 6-2 (15-13)

2 Singles: Kshitij Dwivedi (Presbyterian) def. Matt Byford (Coker) – 6-2 6-1

3 Singles: Aaron Chapman (Presbyterian) def. Tim Morton (Coker) – 6-3 6-2

4 Singles: Pat Fediula (Presbyterian) def. Danny Nash (Coker) – 6-1 6-2

5 Singles: Andrew Lee (Presbyterian) def. Dustin Yager (Coker) – 6-1 6-2

6 Singles: (Presbyterian) def. Hunter Batts (Coker) – 6-1 6-0


Presbyterian 9 Coker 0