Seventh-ranked Kentucky men's tennis hosted the Southeastern Conference Coaches' Indoor Championships at the Hilary J. Boone Tennis Complex this weekend and it was a Wildcat who claimed the singles title.
Junior Anthony Rossi, ranked No. 36 nationally, advanced to the finals with four consecutive wins. He drew third-seeded and No. 10 ranked Sadio Doumbia of Georgia, winning in straight sets by scores of 6-4, 6-3. See the video above for highlights of Rossi's win.
Rossi wasn't the only UK player to excel in the tournament, as Eric Quigley and Tom Jomby each advanced to the quarterfinals of the main singles draw. Quigley also made the semifinals of the main doubles draw with Panav Jha.