as informed in Tennis Texas men’s tennis knocks off Oklahoma State Posted February 19th, 2017Texas (11-2) dropped the doubles point, but got four singles wins to rally to a 4-2 win over Big 12 rival Oklahoma State Sunday in the consolation round of the ITA National Team Indoor Championships.
The Longhoens men’s tennis team left Charlottesville, Va. with a 2-1 record in the tournament with wins over the Cowboys and Florida.
Texas’ Harrison Scott picked up his 11th-straight singles win with a 6-2, 0-6, 6-4 victory over Arjun Kadhe at No.
6 singles, sophomore Rodrigo Banzer picked up a 6-3, 6-3 win over Jurence Mendoza and George Goldhoff clinched the win at No.
The Longhorns host Wichita State on Friday at the Weller Tennis Center.
as informed in That was the theme for Penn men’s tennis coming out of the first day of play of the ECAC Indoor Tennis Championships at Princeton.
Tennis Penn men’s tennis finishes fifth at conference indoor championship Quakers bounce back after tough first matchSophomore Kyle Mautner was the lone bright spot in Penn’s loss to Dartmouth, but he also came up in the Quakers’ wins over St. John’s and Harvard.
With the loss to the Big Green, Penn was mathematically out of contention for the indoor conference title.
In a late-night finish, Mautner continued his run with an impressive 6-4, 6-7, 7-5 over sophomore Crimson Kenny Tao to secure the top-five finish for the Red and Blue.
The doubles pairing of Mautner and Nardella clinched a 12-10 extended tiebreak to win the doubles point for Penn.
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