Isaac signs five athletes for Tabor tennis

ORIGINALLY WRITTEN
Five athletes have signed letters of intent recently to play tennis at Tabor College next year, according to head coach Lonnie Isaac.

Three of the players, Scott Adrian, Aaron Friesen and Jason Reiswig, are teammates at Maize High School.

“Scott has had a very successful high school career and he will make an immediate impact on both our singles and doubles line-ups,” Isaac said. “We’re very excited to see Scott choose Tabor and feel that not only will he be a great addition on the tennis court but also to the Tabor community as well.”

Adrian is the son of Byron and Leona Adrian of Wichita.

“Aaron will impact our singles and doubles lineups immediately,” Isaac said. “He’s had a very strong high school career and we look forward to his development as a player at the college level and having him a part of the Tabor community.”

Friesen is the son of Joel and Bev Friesen of Wichita.

“Jason will have an immediate impact on both our singles and doubles lineups and will also be a great addition to the Tabor campus,” Isaac said. “He also had a very successful high school career and we look forward to his development as a player at the college level.”

Sammer is the son of Dana and Suzanne Sammer.

Scofield is the daughter of Paul and Collette Scofield.

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