For the 12th time in 13 seasons, the Coastal Carolina men's tennis program has been recognized as an ITA All-Academic team.
Philippe Tsangarides of the Coastal Carolina University men's tennis team broke one more school record last week to cap off a historic 2013-14 season, becoming the highest-ranked singles player in program history in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's end-of-year regional rankings.
#114 Philippe Tsangarides, the first Chanticleer to represent Coastal Carolina at the NCAA Men's Tennis Singles Championship, would not advance past the tournament's opening round after falling 6-4, 6-3 to #45 Jordi Vives of Florida Gulf Coast.
No. 114 Philippe Tsangaridis of the Coastal Carolina men's tennis team will make the program's first individual appearance in the NCAA Tennis Championship on Wednesday against No. 45 Jordi Vives of Florida Gulf Coast.