Men’s Tennis


Bellevue Men Top Spokane

Although Bellevue’s #1 singles fell, the tema rallied by winning 7 of 9 matches to defeat Spokane 7-2. It was one of Bellevue’s finest showings of the year. Bellevue’s #2 Yu Sato and #3 Hikaru Gushiken won in thrilling fashion, down a game before rallying to win. Bellevue is now 2-3 and return home this …more about Bellevue Men Top Spokane



Men’s Tennis Wins Over Spokane

Bellevue College men’s tennis won 6-3 over visiting Spokane on Saturday April 16 at Robinswood Tennis Center. Although Bellevue did not win the top two singles or doubles matches, the Bulldogs cleaned up everywhere else to earn the win. Yu Sato and Zach Van Winkle won #3 and #4 singles respectively, and also were paired …more about Men’s Tennis Wins Over Spokane



Men’s Tennis Drops Season Opener

Bellevue College men’s tennis lost 9-0 in their season opener against Pacific Lutheran University at Lakewood Racquet Club. No other details were reported. Their next match is not until April 14, when the Bulldogs open up NWAC league play against Skagit Valley.


Dominating BC Tennis Adds More Honors; Podgornny and Al-Ali Named Baden Players of the Year

Bellevue College tennis, fresh off their sweeps on both the men and women’s side of NWAC tennis at the recent conference championships, had several individual honors as well, as announced at the NWAC office. Coach Jason Chapman was named co-Coach of the Year while men’s number one singles player Valentin Podgornyy and women’s number one …more about Dominating BC Tennis Adds More Honors; Podgornny and Al-Ali Named Baden Players of the Year



Men’s Tennis Tops Skagit Valley 8-1

Bellevue College men’s tennis took home another league match by topping Skagit Valley on the road 8-1. The Bulldogs lost their first set in weeks in #3 doubles, as Skagit won by default.  Number one singles player Valentin Podgornyy won 6-1, 6-2. Shinya Maruyama at number two singles won 6-0, 6-2 while number three player …more about Men’s Tennis Tops Skagit Valley 8-1