Top Performance #6: Nagy Shines in Three-Set Victory over Top-Ranked Opponent

CORPUS CHRISTI – Throughout the summer of 2014, GoIslanders.com will look back at the best moments and athletic performances from the 2013-14 school year.

Every Tuesday, we will bring you one of the top 10 individual performances, with Thursdays bringing the year's top 10 moments. Be sure to keep tabs on GoIslanders.com throughout the summer to celebrate all the great moments.

Top Performance #6: Nagy Shines in Three-Set Victory over Top-Ranked Opponent

The Texas A&M - Corpus Christi men's tennis team had quite a challenge ahead of them going into the match against No. 21 Oklahoma State in Austin at UT's Penick-Allison Tennis Center on March 31.

Following a tough loss at No. 55 TCU earlier in the week, the Islanders (12-8) were looking ahead to OSU with high hopes to build off a 4-3 victory from 2012, when current Assistant Coach Aurelien Tave clinched the match for the Islanders over the Cowboys.

Peter Nagy went in already having an outstanding season so far in singles play, compiling a 12-3 record in No. 1 singles as well as looking to extend a two-match winning streak in doubles with Guillaume Rauseo.

Nagy clinched a tough three-setter over No. 61 Jakob Sude at No. 1 singles. After dropping the first set 6-3, the junior battled his way back to win the second set 6-3, and the third, 6-2. It marked his first victory over a ranked player this season and his 13th win at No. 1 singles.  

After his impressive victory, Nagy was named the Southland Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Week. It marked the third time during the season Nagy had earned the weekly honor and the sixth time in his career.

The Budapest, Hungry native then went on to be named the Southland Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Year after compiling a perfect 6-0 record on the season in Southland matches at No. 1 singles, and never lost a set throughout league play. He also finished the regular season with a team-best 18-3 dual-match record in the No. 1 position. Nagy has had a storied career with a 15-1 career record in the Southland, with his only loss in his career in conference play coming during his freshman year. Prior to winning Southland Player of the Year last season, Nagy was tabbed Southland Freshman of the Year in his first year as an Islander. 

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Top Performances:

June 17 - #10: Bourque Leads Islanders to Best SLC Start in Program History

June 24 - #9: Shaw's Explosive Weekend at UIW and ACU

July 1 - #8: Jordan's Buzzer Beater Sends Islanders Past IPFW

July 8 - #7: Baar Wins the Steeple at Southland Championships

July 15 - #6: Nagy Shines in Three-Set Victory over Top-Ranked Opponent

Top Moments:

June 19 - #10: Islanders Softball Sweeps Lamar

June 26 - #9: Shaw's Late Three Lifts Islanders Past UCA

July 3 - #8: Women's Tennis Victory Over SMU

July 10 - #7: Miller's Golden Goal Leads Islanders to first SLC Win