PC Tennis Standout lands coaching job

PC Tennis Standout lands coaching job

Lee University Sports

Alejandro Bejar was announced as a graduate assistant for the Lee University Tennis teams by head coach Patric Hynes.

“I am thrilled to have Alejandro with us,” said Hynes. “He had a brilliant career at Presbyterian College playing for a couple of the best young coaches going around. As a player, he was part of a program that won its first-ever Division I conference championship for any sport in school history. On top of that, he achieved a stellar GPA and represented his school with class. He’s a high achiever who comes highly recommended and I can’t wait to see what he brings to our teams.”

Bejar played the last four years at Presbyterian College and posted a career record of 61-35. His win total is the second-most in program history. As a freshman in 2015, he went 24-2 to set the Presbyterian singles record with 24 wins in the season and a winning percentage of .923.

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