Blaz Rola Advances to NCAA Semifinals in Singles Competition

May 25, 2013 at 5:37p    by Vico    
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Blaz Rola

For the second time in his Buckeye career, Rola has advanced to the national semifinals. In 2012, Rola faced Kentucky's and No. 3 seed Eric Quigley in the NCAA semifinals and dropped a 6-2, 6-1 decision. So far, Rola, a native of Slovenia, is 11-2 all-time in the NCAA Singles Championship. Improving to 30-1 overall in 2013, Rola has now won at least 30 singles matches in each of his seasons at Ohio State. In 2011-12, Rola was 37-7 overall and last year he posted a 41-7 record.

Rola, the #12 men's tennis player among all men in the NCAA, will face #41 Japie De Klerk of Tulsa tomorrow in the semifinals. De Klerk beat Michigan's Evan King in the NCAA Quarterfinals today.


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tdible2132's picture

Such a great name lol.

CRAFTFORTHESTEAL's picture

Love this guy! He was a beast this entire season. Hope he takes the crown.
 

Pay It Forward!

tdible2132's picture

Totally agree.  He's a beast, and I wouldn't put it past him to take home the crown!