Bridge Bowl 2019

Colleton River Club was pleased to welcome back the Bridge Bowl Championship.  The Bridge Bowl Tennis Event was started in 2015 as a way for our tennis community to use our love for the game to give back to local charities.  There has always been an underlying “off island” versus “island” rivalry and this rivalry became the format for the Bridge Bowl. Made up of an Island Team and a Mainland Team, the competition consists of a series of doubles round robins between each of the teams culminating in a deciding doubles final between the various levels for the Island and the Mainland. 

Bridge Bowl 2019 championship results-CONGRATS TO THE MAINLAND

M=Mainland I=Island

Men 3.0 

court 1: Hahn/Marcotte (M)

court 2: McShane/Withrow (M)

court 3: Flickinger/Durrin (M)

Women 3.0

court 1: Clark/Katoh (M)

court 2: Couchillon/Faciszewski (M)

court 3: Hahn/Curcio (M)

Men 3.5

court 1: Tolley/Elgass (I)

court 2: Hawk/Lezcano (I)

court 3: Blackwell/Thomas (M)

Women 3.5

court 1: Polites/Todd (M)

court 2: Kelly/Marler (M)

court 3: Li/Crutchley (I)

Men 4.0

court 1: Bensch/Cannarozzi (M)

court 2: Meeder/Nitz (M)

court 3: De la Cruz/Villalon (I)

Women 4.0

court 1: Bradsaw/Childers (M)

court 2: Castricone/Bautista (I)

court 3: Barlett/Picano (I)

Men 4.5

court 1: Keller/Robertson (M)

court 2: Child/Frangos (I)

court 3: Stone/Torres (M)

Women 4.5

court 1: Cambron/Meeder (M)

court 2: Gillis/Pollizer (I)

court 3: Archibald/Fisher (I)

Open Men (4.5 plus players.  Basically the pros)

Wuller/Leal (I)

Open Women

Webb/Wiren (M)

Open Mixed

O’Regan/Webb (M)

Colleton Tennis Announcement

Mike O’Regan has been named Director of Racquet Sports and Bocce
Ball at Colleton River Club. He has been instrumental in building Colleton
River Club’s Tennis Program over the last eight years as a contractor
along with his business partner, Gavin Cox…Read More

Tennis Tip

Trying to improve your tennis game? Here’s a tip! When you feel that you have put away a shot at the net, have a target in mind before you hit your volley or overhead. Instead of going for the line, choose a target that buys you some wiggle room (especially if you’re tight or you mishit the shot). Aim more for large areas like the service line, or go for your opposing net player’s feet. Focus, target, and execute. Good luck!