The tennis team finished its season in style as the varsity blanked Morgan Park Academy 5-0. Jack Gorman and Liam Millerick were stellar, competing 6-4, 6-4 to win their match. The frosh/soph team concluded its season, also showing off its talent in a 4-1 victory.
The Brother Rice tennis team finished in 6th place at the Chicago Catholic League tennis championships. Dan Mahoney and Jeremy Tryban took 4th place in the varsity tournament. The frosh/soph tennis team took 4th place with Joe Mandala and Ryan Cunnea winning medals for 3rd place.
The Brother Rice tennis team lost 3-2 to Bishop McNamara on Thursday, May 8.
Two new doubles teams branded their first matches with wins as Dan Mahoney and Jeremy Tryban won 7-6, 6-0, and brothers Will and T.J. Saas won their match 6-3, 7-5.
The Brother Rice tennis team lost to Fenwick 4-1 on Tuesday, May 6. Dan Mahoney and John Brandt were proud Crusaders as they defeated Fenwick 6-1, 6-3 in the late hours of Tuesday’s Chicago Catholic League’s match.
The Brother Rice tennis team defeated St. Rita 3-2.
Jeremy Tryban was the hero for the Brother Rice tennis team as his 6-2, 6-0 win over St. Rita’s number one tennis player gave the team victory to Brother Rice.
The Brother Rice tennis team defeated Mt. Carmel 3-2 at Mount Greenwood Park on Tuesday, April 8.
TJ Saas saved the day for the Crusaders, giving the team its third victory of the match 6-2, 6-3. Liam Millerick and Dan Mahoney were solid winners, defeating their opponent’s 6-0, 6-1.
James Gallagher and Jack Gorman also won at one doubles 6-4, 6-0.
The frosh/soph team won 4-1.
The Brother Rice tennis team finished in 6th place at Oak Park/River Forest Tennis tournament on Saturday, April 5.
The first doubles team of Jimmy Gallagher and Jack Gorman created the tournament highlight defeating Fenwick’s first double’s team in three sets 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 with a 7-4 tie breaker in the third set to win the match.
The Brother Rice tennis team fought gallantly in their first loss of the season to De La Salle.
Captains James Gallagher and Jack Gorman were solid in their match winning 6-1, 6-0. The team had two matches go three sets. Jeremy Tryban lost his three-set match 3-6, 7-6, 3-6.
Captain Liam Millerick and senior Dan Mahoney dropped the first set 2-6, came back to win the second set in a tiebreaker 7-5, and went on to win the third set 6-4.
Great effort was put forth by all tennis Crusaders.
The JV tennis team won 4-1 over DeLaSalle.
The 2013 tennis team will be led by senior captains James Gallagher and Jack Gorman, and junior captain Liam Millerick. These three captains have shown impeccable sportsmanship on and off the court and have always reached out to help the other players on the team.
Over the last several seasons, the team has had a large number of upperclassmen. This season, there is a smaller number of players, but the team is confident they will produce great results with these players.
The doubles teams will be very good, with Jimmy Gallagher and Jack Gorman at the number one spot. Gallagher said, “This is a much anticipated year for our team, especially after just falling short last year. However, my partner Jack Gorman and I are returning for one last shot at qualifying for the state finals.”
Jack Gorman is also looking forward to a productive year: “I am very excited to be a part of Brother Rice tennis this year. I think we can surprise a lot of people. My partner Jimmy Gallagher is a great player and I can’t think of anyone else to end my career with.”
Liam Millerick and Dan Mahoney will hold the number two doubles spot. Both doubles teams will be the one-two punch looking to qualify for state. Liam Millerick said, “I am going to give my best to winning every match.”
Junior Jeremy Tryban will be one of the underclassmen stepping up to fill in at number one singles. Tryban said, “I think that with our synergy we should be able to defeat teams with more players than us.”
The team will be working together to achieve the most learning possible and will measure their success in the growth that each player makes. Dan Rooney says, “I am itching to get back out on the court and finishing in the top four at Catholic league Championships.” The team will be practicing with real determination to improve, and together everyone will achieve more: such is their synergy.
Brother Rice High School is seeking an assistant tennis coach to join in our tennis program. We are looking for an enthusiastic tennis instructor who can teach tennis to high school students. This talented individual must have a strong work ethic and be committed to exercise, teamwork, and helping others.
Applicants must be skilled in teaching tennis at a wide range of levels, from beginner to tournament players. Applicants must be willing to submit to a background check, finger printing, and Archdiocesan Virtus training. Applicants must have, or be pursuing, either a teacher’s certificate or a coach’s certificate. The stipend for this position is based on experience and Brother Rice High School’s schedule B.
Inquiries should be directed to Athletic Director Phil Cahill, Brother Rice High School, 10001 South Pulaski Road, Chicago, Illinois 60655, 773-429-4300 Ex 146, email@example.com