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No. 49 Penn State dropped the quarterfinal match to No. 8 Illinois
Two Nittany Lions with All-Conference nods
The Nittany Lions advance to the quarterfinals of the Championship tournament
No. 49 Penn State knocked off in final match of the regular season
Christian Lakoseljac clinches the win
2016-17 Season (Freshman): Christos Antonopoulos came onto the team in January at the start of the second semester. He posted a strong 13-10 singles record overall and maintained the No. 3 and 4 singles positions all season. Christos also had a solid 15-8 doubles season. Playing at the No. 1, 2 and 3 doubles spots, Christos finished 10-5 at the No. 2 position. Paired with David Kohan, the two defeated #16 Michigan in doubles during the spring season. The duo of Antonopoulos and Kohan finished the season 11-5 and finished the last ten matches 7-3.
Before Penn State: Christos Antonopoulos, from Athens, Greece began his tennis career at the age of five. Antonopoulos was active most of his life, playing basketball, running track and skiing until focusing primarily on tennis. A member of the Keratsini Tennis Club where his father was the coach, Christos played at the number one spot in addition to achieving multiple rankings and honors throughout his career. A member of the Greece Junior National Teams from 2012-2016, Christos achieved an ITF Junior ranking of 170. He won six tournaments as a part of the ITF under 18. His highest ranking in the under 16 Europe rankings was No. 25. Antonopoulos was a part of the Davis Cup as a member of the men’s national team in 2015 and 2016 before earning an ATP world ranking of No. 1320.