Oct. 31, 2004
Tuscaloosa, Ala. – Freshman George Gvelesiani and senior Noah Tyler won the Flight C doubles championship at the Crimson Tide Fall Tournament in Tuscaloosa, Ala. to lead the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
Gvelesiani and Tyler began the Halloween morning defeating the number three seed Neil Seghal and Ryan Waits of Miami in semifinal action. In the finals, the Tech duo knocked off Southern Mississippi’s Marcoliver Lux and Dylan Mezey.
In other doubles action, Scott Blackmon and Marko Rajevac reached the finals of the Flight A bracket. The tandem beat Peter Bjork and Marko Bundalo of Colorado in the semifinals before falling to conference foes and number one seeds Brett Ross and Derrick Spice of Wake Forest in the finals.
Rajevac also reached the finals of the Flight A singles bracket. In the finals, Rajevac fell in three sets to fifth seeded Andre Maier of Alabama-Birmingham.
Sophomore Zachary Rath was upset in the consolation finals by Tim Krebs of Miami. In other consolation action, Tyler won the championship when Kieran Ricci of Jacksonville State walked out.