Daigle, Butsch Finish LSU Tennis Careers
Communications Student Assistant
ATHENS, Ga. – LSU men's tennis tandem Jordan Daigle and Justin Butsch concluded their careers after falling to No. 12 William Blumberg and Robert Kelly of North Carolina, 7-6(4), 7-5 in the NCAA Doubles Championships Round of 32 Thursday at the Dan Magill Tennis Center.
With the loss, Daigle and Butsch finish the season with a 15-12 record on the doubles court.
Daigle notched 45 career wins on the doubles court, and with partner Boris Arias he became a part of the first doubles duo to earn All-America honors in consecutive seasons after earning 30 wins in two seasons, including three wins against the No.1 pair in the nation.
The Lafayette, Louisiana native compiled a 38-32 record on the singles courts with the majority on court one. He was a member of the All-SEC First team in 2015 and was named to the All-SEC Second Team in 2016 and 2017. A 2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll recipient, Daigle graduated in May with a degree in sport administration.
Butsch wraps his doubles career up with a 76-54 record, spending time on all three courts throughout his four-year career. With 90 career wins on the singles courts, Butsch has placed himself at No. 11 among the LSU all-time singles wins leaders.
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2017 Division I Men's Tennis Championships
Athens, Georgia (Dan Magill Tennis Center)
Thursday, May 25, 2017
First Round –Round of 32
#12 William Blumberg/Robert Kelly (NORTH CAROLINA) def. #26 Justin Butsch/Jordan Daigle (LSU), 7-6(4), 7-5