Men's College Tennis

Clayton qualifies for Class 2A state tournament

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. -- Quincy High School's Olivia Clayton qualified for the Class 2A state tournament by winning two matches Friday at the sectional tournament in Edwardsville. Clayton will play Chloe McIsaac of Belleville East in the sectional semifinals

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Men's College Tennis

QU men's, women's tennis teams blanked by UIS

QUINCY -- Both the Quincy University men's and women's tennis teams were shut out by Illinois-Springfield 9-0 Sunday in their final dual matches of the fall season. The closest men's singles matches were turned in by QU's Collin Adams and Wyatt Pauley. Pla

Men's College Tennis

QU splits matches in Belleville

BELLEVILLE, Ill. -- Erik Wieler was involved in both of the Quincy University men's tennis teams match victories in a 7-2 loss at Lindenwood-Belleville Saturday. Weiler defeated Lucas Roman 7-6, 7-5 in singles action. He then teamed up with Collin Adams an

Men's College Tennis

Lesko wins three matches during QU Fall Invitational

QUINCY -- Michael Lesko of Quincy University went 3-0 at No. 3 singles during the QU Fall Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Lesko beat Reese Hicks of Westminster 6-0, 6-1, Gustavo Furukawa of Lindenwood-Belleville 6-2, 4-6, 10-5 and Arpit Sahoo of Truma

Men's College Tennis

Moore wins twice at Illinois-Springfield Tournament

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- Abby Moore won two singles matches as the Quincy University men's and women's tennis teams completed the Illinois-Springfield Tournament Saturday. Playing No. 4 singles, Moore beat Kate Dumsdorff of UIS 6-2, 6-3 and Angelina Pardemheim

Men's College Tennis

QU tennis teams start fall season in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. -- The Quincy University men's and women's tennis teams opened their season on the first day of the Illinois-Springfield Tournament. Three singles players won matches, while a doubles team was also victorious. In No. 1 singles, Erik Weile

Sunday Conversation with Mark Schuering
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Sunday Conversation with Mark Schuering

Mark Schuering has done just about everything an amateur tennis player can do in Quincy. He's a seven-time Quincy city singles champion. During his playing days at Quincy College, he won the District 20 championship and a bid to the NAIA National Tourname