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Erazo named MSC Men's Tennis Player of the Week

By Christopher Coombs

Camilo Erazo has been selected as the Mid-South Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week, conference officials announced on Monday.

Erazo helped the Blue Raiders to a season-opening win over Montreat (Tenn.) with a singles and doubles win. He won his top-seeded singles match in straight sets.

The native of Popayan, Colombia paired with teammate Aleksa Ciric to upset Adam Nagoudi and Mohamed Braham -- who are ranked 15th in the NAIA in doubles -- 6-4 in the top-seeded doubles match.

Erazo earns his first conference player of the week honor this season and his fourth of his career.

This story was posted on 2021-02-08 13:22:06
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