Mouillon And Sebescen Advance to Final Four in Pac-10 Championships
April 27, 2007
OJAI - California's Pierre Mouillon and Daniel Sebescen both advanced in the Pac-10 Championships in singles and doubles on Friday. Mouillon reached the final four in the singles main draw, while Sebescen made it in the invitational draw. In doubles, the two advanced to the final four in the invitational draw.
Mouillon won a close, three-set match over Arizona State's Matt Brooklyn. After Mouillon took the opening set, 7-5, Brooklyn came back to win the second, 6-1. Mouillon rebounded in the deciding set and won, 7-6.
Sebescen won his match against Adam Loucks from USC in straight sets, 6-2, 7-5, as the Cal senior withheld a fight in the second set from Loucks.
In doubles, Mouillon and Sebescen received a first-round bye. In the second round, they defeated Arizona State's T.J. Bellama and Jack Marsh, 8-5. The doubles team of Geoff Chizever and Eoin Heavey picked up a victory in the first round over Alex Slovic and Daniel Chu from Washington, but fell in the second round.
In the final four tomorrow, Mouillon faces Stanford's Matt Bruch at 11 a.m. The winner of that match squares off against the winner of the contest between Slovic and Juan Rebaza from Arizona State in the final on Sunday. Sebescen takes the court at 9:30 a.m. when he faces Washington's Derek Drabble. The two Bears will team at 2 p.m. in doubles and face Stanford's Eric McKean and Dave Ryan.
Singles Round of 8 Invite Draw Results:
Daniel Sebescen (Cal) def. Adam Loucks (USC), 6-2, 7-5
Doubles First Round Main Draw Results:
Geoff Chizever/Heavey def. Slovic/Daniel Chu (Wash), 8-6
Mathieu Dehaine/Jeremy Drean (UCLA) def. Tyler Browne/John Pettit (Cal), 8-6
Doubles First Round Invite Draw Results:
Mouillon/Sebescen (Cal) bye
Jaysen Chung/Michael Look (UCLA) def. Ken Nakahara/Kallim Stewart (Cal), 8-6
Doubles Second Round Main Draw Results:
Robert Farah/Kaes Van't Hof (USC) def. Chizever/Heavey (Cal), 8-3
Doubles Second Round Invite Draw Results:
Mouillon/Sebescen (Cal) def. T.J. Bellama/Jack Marsh (ASU), 8-5