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as declared in MEN’S TENNIS: Virginia 4, North Carolina 0 UNC men’s tennis falls in ITA semifinals to Virginia 4-0 Christian Phillips | Published 7 hours agoThe No.
5 North Carolina men’s tennis team lost their first match of the season in a 4-0 defeat to No.
1 Virginia in the semifinals of the ITA National Men’s Team Indoor Championship.
10 Georgia, the team that defeated the Tar Heels in the quarterfinals of the 2016 NCAA Tournament.
Boyden continued his strong play for the Tar Heels with two singles victories in the tournament.

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UST ends NU men’s 44-tie win streak in UAAP tennis

UAAP UST ends NU men’s 44-tie win streak in UAAP tennisNU’s winning streak that spanned four seasons is now over.
The Bulldogs’ victories came from the doubles pairs of Jigo Peña and AJ Alejandre, and Allen Manlangit and Kiko Alcantara.
The University of Santo Tomas ended defending four-time men’s champion National University’s 44-tie winning run with a 3-2 squeaker Sunday in the UAAP Season 79 lawn tennis tournament at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center.
With the streak that spanned for four seasons gone in men’s lawn tennis, NU’s women’s basketball team now holds the current longest winning run in any sports in the league with 48.
UST overpowered University of the Philippines, 5-0, in the other completed women’s tie.

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