USC Men's Tennis news

  1. Holt Is Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year To Lead USC’s Four All-Pac-12 Trojans
    USC men’s tennis is locked in with four Trojans on the 2017 All-Pac-12 honor roll, led by Pac-12 Freshman/Newcomer of the Year Brandon Holt. Holt also snags First Team honors, with senior Nick Crystal and sophomore Logan Smith on the Second Team and sophomore Jack Jaede earning Honorable Mention.
  2. Brandon Holt Finishes Freshman Season With ITA All-American Honors
    With the final ITA rankings report locked in for the 2016-17 season, it’s freshman Brandon Holt who wraps his first season as a Trojan with ITA All-American honors. USC’s winningest singles player and one half of the Trojans’ top doubles duo, Holt ends the season ranked No. 17 in the nation in singles to secure a place as a 2017 ITA All-American in singles.
  3. Three Trojans Pick Up Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
    A trio of USC men’s tennis players have wrapped up their 2017 campaign with academic accolades, with Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention going to Nick Crystal, Jake DeVine and Thibault Forget. It’s the first academic award for all three Trojans, who all boast cumulative GPAs of 3.0 or higher while having helped lead the USC men along to a 27-6 overall record and yet another trip to the NCAA Round of 16 in the 2016-17 season.
  4. USC’s Holt/Smith Wrap NCAA Run In Round of 32
    The USC men’s tennis team’s time in Athens, Ga., has come to a close after an NCAA Doubles loss today at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex. USC’s #14-ranked freshman pairing of Brandon Holt and Riley Smith were up against the nation’s #7 team in the opening Round of 32 today, taking a loss that wraps the pair’s strong opening season as Trojans.
  5. Brandon Holt Falls In NCAA First Round In Three-Setter
    USC's #19-ranked freshman Brandon Holt was dealt just his ninth singles loss of his first season as a Trojan today, falling in his NCAA Singles debut in Athens, Ga. His 2016-17 campaign is not over, however, as Holt teams back up with his fellow freshman teammate Riley Smith tomorrow (May 25) for the NCAA Doubles Round of 32. The pair is ranked #14 in the nation and is coming off an upset win over the nation's top-ranked doubles pair, which the Trojans topped on court one during an eventual NCAA Team Round of 16 lost to host Georgia last week.