Roussett competes in Oracle ITA Fall Championships

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Roussett competes in Oracle ITA Fall Championships

Sophomore Nicolas Rousset is competing in the ITA Oracle Fall Champions in Surprise, Arizona from Nov. 7-11.

Sophomore Nicolas Rousset is competing in the ITA Oracle Fall Champions in Surprise, Arizona from Nov. 7-11.

Anastasia Smalldridge

Sophomore Nicolas Rousset is competing in the ITA Oracle Fall Champions in Surprise, Arizona from Nov. 7-11.

Anastasia Smalldridge

Anastasia Smalldridge

Sophomore Nicolas Rousset is competing in the ITA Oracle Fall Champions in Surprise, Arizona from Nov. 7-11.

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Anastasia Smalldridge
Rousset is in his sophomore season at Seward County. In the fall season. Rousset finished 13-2 overall.

After finishing 13-2 in regular season and winning a national title, sophomore tennis star Nicolas Rousset looks to successfully conclude his fall season during the Oracle ITA  National Fall Championships in Surprise, Arizona from Nov. 7-11.

Rousset ended the regular fall season by making history after becoming the first player to win a national championship in singles play from Seward County Community College. Today, he will compete in the first round of the tournament at 1 p.m. MST against No. 10 ranked Division 1 player, John McNally.

This is a Division 1 tournament. There are 32 players all together. 28 players come from Division 1 schools and four come from other schools like NAIA, Division 2, Division 3 and Junior College,” Rousset said.

The 2018 Oracle ITA National Fall Championships for both men and women tennis players will stream live on ESPN3 and on the ESPN app on Nov. 11 at 9 a.m. MST. The singles championships will re-air Nov. 13 on ESPNU at 2 p.m. MST

 

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