Sept. 30, 2007
PORTLAND, Ore. - Zack Radetzky, of the Gonzaga University men's tennis team, won the singles Flight B championship match Sunday during the final day of the Portland Invitational in Portland, Ore.
Gonzaga, Portland, Portland State, Eastern Washington University, Linfield College, Whitworth College and the University of Idaho competed at the three-day event.
Radetzky posted a pair of wins Sunday en route to the championship title. The sophomore posted a 6-1, 7-5 straight-set victory over Cruzat of Eastern Washington in the semifinals to advance to the title match. In the championship, Radetzky defeated Thorp of Portland 7-6, 6-1 to earn the title.
In doubles play, the Gonzaga duo of Cooper Fratt and Feeney were unable to advance out of the quarterfinals, falling 8-6 to Eastern's Karas and de Rios.
The Bulldogs will hit the courts again Friday, October 5, when they host the Gonzaga/Eastern Washington Classic in Spokane.
Complete results from the Portland Invitational will be available Sunday evening.