LAS VEGAS – The University of Arkansas men’s tennis team travels to Las Vegas, Nev., to play in the UNLV Larry Easley Invitational this weekend.
In their final fall tournament of the 2012 season, the Razorbacks will be represented by senior Gregoire Lehmann, junior Manfred Jeske and sophomore Jovan Parlic.Seven different schools will be participating in the Invitational including Arizona, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, SMU, NAU, Seminole State College and the host school UNLV. Coming into the final tournament of the fall season, Arkansas has a winning record in both singles and doubles matches in eight different tournaments. Lehmann will enter the UNLV Invite with a 3-2 singles record having played in two very competitive tournaments. The senior also has a doubles record of 3-1 with partner Hall Fess.Jeske is coming into his third tournament of the season with a 4-1 record in singles play. Jeske went undefeated at the Napa Challenge taking down three tough opponents. In doubles play, Jeske paired up with Mike Nott to collect a 2-1 record this fall.This will also be Parlic’s third and final tournament of the fall season. Parlic has a singles record of 2-3 and a doubles record of 4-2 pairing up with Pete Thomason at the Midland Invitational and Victor Hoang at the Wildcat Invitational.First round of doubles play begins at 11 a.m. followed by singles play. For a full recap and stats visit ArkansasRazorbacks.com.