Tag: men’s tennis

Islinger, Scott, named to Horizon League First-Team

After helping the Green Bay men’s tennis team secure the No. 2 seed in this weekend’s Conference Championships, Phoenix seniors Leo Gomez Islinger and Howard Scott were selected to be the Horizon League First-Team. The honor marks the third-consecutive year Gomez Islinger has been named to the first team, and the second first-team honor for […]

Student-athletes earn Horizon spring academic honors

Five Green Bay student-athletes have been recognized as members of the 2015 Spring Academic All-Horizon League Teams honoring success in competition as well as in the classroom. Those honored are:
 • Stephanie Londre (Burlington, Wis.), women’s tennis, No. 1 singles player and 3.947 cumulative GPA in Human Biology; • Michael Tenzer (Neuried, Gremany), men’s tennis, […]

Phoenix men’s tennis wins bid to NCAA Tournament

For the third time in four years, the UW-Green Bay men’s tennis team is headed to the NCAA Tournament. The Phoenix claimed a 4-0 victory over No. 2 seed Valparaiso in the Horizon League Championship final on Sunday at Purdue University. Players Leopold Gomez Islinger, Michael Tebon, Howard Scott and Joey Leto came up big. […]

Remember: Tornado Thursday, and Phoenix Friday


• Public Safety has notified members of the campus community that UW-Green Bay will participate in the Statewide Tornado Drill at 1:45 p.m. Thursday, April 16. Individuals will be expected to temporarily evacuate to an interior room or hallway, and on the lowest level if it is safe to do so, and stay away from […]

Men’s tennis records first-win ever over Big Ten Badgers


The Green Bay Phoenix men’s tennis team accomplished another program first Saturday, defeating Wisconsin 4-1 on the road. It’s the first time Green Bay (10-4) has beaten the Badgers in seven tries. The Phoenix got wins from Florian Kraenzler (Puchheim, Germany) at No. 4 singles, Joshua Schramm (Brunsbuttel, Germany) at No. 5, Joey Letto (Downers […]

Tenzer lands first national ranking as Phoenix men’s tennis player


Congratulations to UW-Green Bay senior Michael Tenzer, who this week has become the first men’s singles tennis player in program history to be nationally ranked. Tenzer is No. 77 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Men’s National Singles Rankings for the week of Jan. 6. Said head coach Mark Thomas. “Michael had a great fall with […]