Christesen posted four wins as the No. 6 Tars closed their regular-season schedule with a 1-1 mark, including an SSC win at Florida Tech. In that 8-1 victory, Christesen defeated Patrick Hernandez 7-5, 6-3 in the #2 slot. He combined with Robin Marchione for an 8-5 decision over Barry Dylewski and Riley Lorenz in the #3 doubles flight.
Despite his team's 6-3 loss at NAIA No. 2 Embry-Riddle, Christesen did his part by downing Anthony Grasso 6-4, 6-2 in the third singles position. He and Marchione upended Grasso and Miguel Lopez Gomez 9-7 at #2 doubles.
Christesen and the Tars will open the SSC Tournament on Thursday, April 18 as the No. 4 seed, matching up with No. 5 Florida Southern in the quarterfinal at 11:30 a.m.