Eubanks Receives Bid to NCAA Singles Championship

April 29, 2015

Indianapolis, Ind. – Georgia Tech freshman tennis player Christopher Eubanks, named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference team earlier this week, has received an at-large bid to the NCAA Singles Championship, which will be conducted May 20-25 following the NCAA team championship in Waco, Texas.

Complete NCAA singles and doubles fields

The former Westlake High School star, who enrolled at Tech with a Blue Chip rating and ranked as high as 14th nationally in junior tennis, has played at the top of the Yellow Jackets’ lineup all spring, posting a 14-11 record in dual matches as the No. 1 or 2 player in the order, and a 24-19 singles record for the year. He has beaten five nationally-ranked players, including four among the nation’s top 40 in the ITA rankings.

Among his singles victories were No. 37 Andreas Bjerrehus of Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament, No. 5 Seb Stiefelmeyer of Louisville, No. 11 Austin Smith and No. 15 Nathan Pasha of Georgia, and No. 69 Amerigo Contini of Virginia Tech during the regular season.

Tech has had at least one individual in the NCAA singles championship every year since 2007, with the exception of last year.

The Yellow Jackets received an at-large bid to the NCAA team championships on Tuesday, and will open play against 20th-ranked Columbia May 8 at the NCAA regional in Oxford, Miss.

Georgia Tech’s men’s tennis team is in its 17th year under head coach Kenny Thorne. The Yellow Jackets have played in the NCAA Championship 14 times. Connect with Georgia Tech Men’s Tennis on social media by liking their Facebook page, or following on Twitter (@GT_MTEN). For more information on Tech men’s tennis, visit


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