KALAMAZOO, MI. – Jed Kronenberg wraps up the Pomona-Pitzer Men's Tennis Team's season after ending his run through the NCAA Men's Tennis Individual Tournament in the Sweet Sixteen. Ranked No. 10 in the nation, this marked the second straight season the sophomore reached the Sweet Sixteen.
Kronenberg faced Chaz Downing of Carnegie Mellon in the opening round, winning the first set by a close 6-4 margin. In the second set, Kronenberg trailed 4-3, but battled back to tie the set 6-6. He won out in the tiebreaker 7-4 to take the second set 7-6.
Jed wins his round of 32 match to advance to the round of 16 and become a 2x All American. He plays again at 6:30 pm EST. pic.twitter.com/SARoIXXDka— Pomona-Pitzer Men's Tennis (@defendthecoop) May 24, 2019
However, the sophomore fell in the next round to No. 6 Ethan Hillis of Washington University in St. Louis by a pair of 6-2 sets.
Kronenberg closes his season with an All-American honor, First Team All-SCIAC, and a 18-12 record overall.