Seth Heinss Signs to Play for Men's Tennis
CORBIN, Ky. - Seth Heinss, a senior at Corbin High School in Corbin, Ky., signed to play for head coach Jarred Miller and the Asbury Men's Tennis program on Thursday of last week.
Heinss is the first signee for the graduating class of 2014 for the men's tennis program. He plans on majoring in Media Communications when attending Asbury in the fall.
Heinss will join a team that is one of the most decorated in the Asbury Athletics program over the last few seasons. Last year the men won the KIAC title and advanced to the NAIA national tournament. They seemed poised to repeat as they are the only KIAC receiving votes in the KIAC polls this preseason.
Heinss is a decorated tennis player in his own right, especially on the doubles court. He has been part of the region doubles runner up team once, while also winning the region two times. In the state tennis tournament, Heinss advanced as a doubles player to the round of 16 and was part of a state runner-up team in his freshman campaign.
"Seth is a great fit for Asbury," head coach Jarred Miller said. "He's a great kid from a great family and I think he will do well here."