June 25, 2015
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – University of Notre Dame men’s tennis rising senior Quentin Monaghan has been selected to compete in the inaugural Oracle/ITA Masters, the first national collegiate championship of the 2015-16 season.
From September 18-20, the renowned Malibu Racquet Club in Malibu, California, will host 16 elite men’s and women’s singles players, along with eight of the most outstanding men’s and women’s doubles teams, with consolation action for each of the four events. Pepperdine University will help to facilitate the championships as an official event partner.
Monaghan went 33-7 throughout the 2014-15 season, including a 20-3 mark in dual competition. He advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Singles Championship, where he fell to eventual national champion Ryan Shane of Virginia, and finished the season ranked No. 7 in the final Oracle/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings. A native of Chatham, New Jersey, Monaghan will also spend five weeks in Italy this summer competing in professional events as part of the USTA Collegiate Team system.
Joanne Norell, Media Relations Assistant