SEATTLE - (April 13) Prior to Seattle U's 7-0 win over Puget Sound Thursday night at the Amy Yee Tennis Center, head coach Adam Reeb honored seniors John Stormans and Connor Leahy as they played the final home game of their Redhawk careers. 

While Leahy has battled injury his senior year, he has been critical to the success of the program as has Stormans, which Reeb made sure to acknowledge before the match.

"Everyone contributed in our Senior Day win today. It's always nice to get a victory in your last regular season match," said Reeb.

"Huge congrats and thanks to our two seniors, Connor Leahy and John Stormans! They've give their all to our program and done it with class. We're excited to keep working and get to compete in the WAC Tournament later this month."

In doubles no. 2, Stormans teamed with Michael Schoettler as they went on to earn a 6-1 win. In singles no. 3, Stormans defeated Puget Sound's Jacob Kompolt in a dominant performance 6-0, 6-0. 

All together, SU secured a clean sweep in both singles and doubles to end the regular season on a positive note. They now prepare for the WAC Tournament which takes place April 28-30 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. 

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