Baranski has played professionally for three years prior to joining the Salukis
With the win, SIU starts the season 2-1 for the first time since 2013
SIU won 26 of their 32 matches throughout the weekend.
Wilder Pimentel and Thomas Kyle will make their SIU debuts at the tournament
Opieczonek played four seasons for the Salukis from 2011-15.
Originally from Gdynia, Poland, Poziomski left his home to come to America to play tennis at the collegiate level. After starting out at Northern Illinois and taking a year off from tennis to follow the coach that recruited him, Poziomski finished out his collegiate career at Purdue University.
During his final season at Purdue, Poziomski played No. 3 doubles to help the Boilermakers advance to the Big Ten quarterfinals where they fell to Ohio State. Purdue ended that season ranked in the Top 30 nationally. As a senior, Poziomski finishd 8-10 in singles - undefeated at the No. 1 and No. 2 positions - and 17-8 in doubles. Poziomski also had a hand in coaching as a fifth-year senior at Purdue, which has helped him now as SIU's assistant coach.
Poziomski studied management and finance at Purdue and is currently working toward his MBA at SIU.