49 Kentucky (6-5) will make its way down to the Sunshine State for one more tune-up before opening Southeastern Conference play next month, taking on No. 21 Oklahoma (7-2) on Sunday at noon ET in the USTA National Campus Collegiate Series. Kentucky totes a 1-1 record in neutral-site matches, splitting results at last month's ITA Kick-Off Weekend with a 4-3 loss to Dartmouth and a 4-0 sweep of Virginia Tech.In the midst of last week's loss to the Buckeyes, seniorimproved upon his ITA National Singles Ranking with a jump to No. 9 Mississippi State in its USTA National Campus Collegiate Series opener on Saturday at 1 p.m.For the latest on Kentucky men's tennis, follow @UKMensTennis on Twitter and @KentuckyMensTennis on Instagram, and follow the team on the web at UKAthletics.com.
Breezy and Madi were able to set the tone in singles, and there was a great fight back by Whitney," said head coach. 3,andstarted things off by defeating River Hart and Brita Mancera with a final score of 6-3.andthen sealed the point with a win over Trina Kreinis and Tiffany Huber at the No. 5 spot after dropping the first set, to come back and win 4-6, 6-4, 6-1, giving Utah the 4-3 win over Minnesota.The University of Utah women's tennis team will be back in action for a home match at the Eccles Tennis Center on Tuesday, March 5, as they will be tacking on Western Michigan at 6 p.m. MT.This match against Western Michigan will be followed by two other home matches at the Eccles Tennis Center, as the Utes will open up Pac-12 play against Washington State and Washington. The Utes are set to match up against Washington State on Friday, March 8, at 12 p.m. MT, with the match against Washington set to take place on Sunday, March 10, at 11 a.m. MT.Chisholm/Tattini (UTAH) vs. Frei/Merzbacher (MINN), 5-4, unf.Hekking/Heimuli (UTAH) def.
We are excited to get back on our home courts next Friday and we will be ready for a great opportunity against Kansas. The 35th-ranked team of Stacey Fun andimproved to 6-1 in duals this season with a 6-3 victory at #1.andalso won 6-3 at #3 to clinch the point withandwinning 6-4 at #2 shortly thereafter.Fung quickly took care of business at #1 singles, cruising to a 6-0, 6-0 win over Tamara Cuilbrk to record the first point of singles play. As much as we love the sun here, we are very excited to be back on our home courts this Friday against Kansas! "Washington returns home Friday, hosting Kansas at 5:00 p.m. at the Nordstrom Tennis Center in it's final match before opening Pac-12 play.1.
33 Wake Forest on Saturday afternoon, 4-0, to clinch the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic title, behind a dominant performance from tournament MVPRioux went 3-0 on the weekend and defeated No. 45 tandem Chandler Carter and Emma Davis, 6-2, in the championships.They weren't the only solid duo for OSU, asandclinched the doubles point in the finals with a 7-5 win over MC Meredith and Eliza Omirou. The Cowgirl pair was down three points on court two before putting together the comeback win.Seniorand Thamchaiwat each won their second bouts of the weekend in the final day of play. Blanco defeated Wake's Peyton Pesavento, 6-4, 6-3, and Thamchaiwat picked up a solid win against Texas Tech's Nell Miller, 6-3, 6-0"The last time we won here in 2016, it was the catalyst toward a great season, and I hope this year will be no different," Young said.
Juniors Kushaan Nath and Tiago Lourenco clinched the doubles point at No.1 for the Bearcats with a 7-5 win. Senior Inigo Saez , Ludovico Cestarollo , and Tiago Lourenco all grabbed victories in their singles matches to give Binghamton a 4-3 advantage over Navy. We have lots of areas of improvement and a couple weekends of non-conference play left to keep moving forward, it will be fun to see how much progress we can make. "The Bearcats next matchup will be in Newark, against the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Friday afternoon at the Naimoli Family Athletic and Recreational Facility.
Comella and Tavpash were able to defeat Indianapolis' Alexeeva and Novikova in doubles by a score of 6-4. The loss moves the Falcons record to 5-5 on the season with one more match left before conference play begins. 4 ranked (Division II) doubles duo of Alexeeva and Novikova.Saturday, February 23, 2019 - Bowling Green, Ohio1 - No. Sasaki/Bettinelli (BGSU) 6-2The Falcons will conclude the non-conference portion of their schedule on Friday, March 8 at the Perrysburg Tennis Center.
Five-Star recruit Wesley Barnett from Little Rock, Arkansas, who signed with the Charlotte 49ers men's tennis program this past fall, captured a singles and a doubles title at the USTA National Level 2 Tournament in San Antonio, Texas, last weekend, February 16-18. We can't wait to get him here and start working on his game to help him and our team achieve great things next year. He also captured the singles title at the USTA Corpus Christi Level 2 Nationals. He finished third in the Level 2 USTA singles tournament in Kansas City in May as well.The current Charlotte 49ers team returns to action in Fort Myers, Florida against FGCU, Sunday, February 24 at Noon.
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. Eastern Illinois men's tennis won the doubles point on Saturday but fell short in singles action losing at Northern Kentucky, 4-1.EIU fell to 6-8 on the season.The Panthers picked up wins at number two and number three doubles to open the match taking the first point of the day.andwon at number three singles for the second straight day beating Felipe Hidalgo and Anthony Bosch, 6-0andclinched the doubles point for EIU with their win at number two doubles. The Panthers tandem beat Nathan Schwartz and Blaine Carr, 6-4.In singles action Carr quickly evened the match at 1-1 with his victory over, 6-4, 6-1, at number three singles. The Norse then won points in singles play at number five, six and two singles. The victory by Nathan Schwartz at number two singles over Jansen clinched the match for NKU.O'Brien's match at number one singles was left unfinished with O'Brien leading Aleksander Sadal 7-5, 6-6 in the second set.had his match at number four singles left unfinished as he and Jorge Rodriguez were headed to a third set.
DALLAS Opening their road swing with a victory at Baylor Friday, the Kentucky women's tennis team will travel 100 miles north toward Dallas, Texas, for a noon serve on Sunday at Southern Methodist. Georgia, who was projected to finish first in the league, is at the top with a 7-0 mark.UK is coming off its first true road match of the season, forming a 5-2 victory at Baylor. The native of Nice, France, was rewarded for her impressive rookie season thus far on Wednesday when she was named SEC Freshman of the Week for the second time.She and juniorare arguably the most consistent doubles pair on the team, providing proof on Friday when they finished their doubles match first by a 6-1 standard. The partnership has put together some notable victories, including defeating the 14th-best duo in the nation in Sophia Graver and Taylor Russo of Auburn.UK holds the all-time winning mark over Southern Methodist, 4-1.
Match Notes Creighton 2-5 Illinois State 7-3 Order of finish: Doubles (2,1,3); Singles (6,3,1,4,5) The Creighton women's tennis team fell 4-2 to Illinois State during the Redbird Invitational on Saturday morning at the Bloomington Tennis Center.The Bluejays dropped their season record to 2-5, while the Redbirds improved to 7-3. 3 match, but Ishimura earned a close 6-4, 6-4 win at the top spot to tie the overall dual at 2-2.The host Redbirds pulled in front with a 6-4, 6-4 victory at No. "The Bluejays will stay in the Bloomington, Illinois area and face either Toledo or Southeast Missouri on Sunday at 9 a.m. for the third-place match at the Redbird Invitational.