Throughout the final weeks of the semester, Rollins Athletics will honor spring sports senior student-athletes who missed out on their senior day due to the COVID-19 sports shutdown. Should they chose to extend their eligibility under proposed NCAA rules, these student-athletes may return to play in the 2021 season.
Gai Feigin | Ashdod, Israel
Gai spent two years as a member of the Tars after transferring from D-I Southern Utah. In 2019, he posted 12 singles wins from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th spots. He was clutch in conference play, going 5-2 against Sunshine State Conference opponents. He and partner Ziad Melhaoui played out of doubles #1 tot eh tune of a 7-6 record, and were ranked as high as #17 in the country in the ITA poll. In 2020, Feigin was promoted to #1 singles, where he won two matches, the most from that position on the team. He also picked up three doubles wins in three tries alongside partner Atakan Gezer playing out of position two. During the week of March 9-15, Feigin went 2-0 in singles and 3-0 in doubles to earn the Sunshine State Conference Player of the Week award.
In his Rollins career, Feigin totaled 14 singles wins and 10 doubles victories. In the classroom, he also earned ITA Scholar Athlete recognition, and was also named to the Rollins Athletic Director Honor Roll and the SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll multiple times.
Luke Horan | Boca Grande, Fla.
Luke was a four-year member of men's tennis, seeing court time from doubles #1 and #2 early on in his career. His usage rate cranked up in 2020 however, as he found himself playing out of singles #1 and #2 six times. He faced a daunting lineup of opponents, including four players ranked in the Top 40. Luke picked up a win alongside partner Andrea Brignacca playing out of doubles #1 against Wayne State on March 7th. During his career, Horan appeared in seven singles and thirteen doubles matches for the Tars. Luke has been named to the Rollins Athletic Director Honor Roll, and will graduate with a degree in business social entrepreneurship.