The match at No. 3 had more breaks than holds but in the end it was Texas's Christian Sigsgaard and Colin Markes defeating Stanford's David Wilczynski and Brandon Sutter 7-6 (1). The doubles point was decided at No. 1 and it even though it took a little longer than they liked Stanford's Tom Fawcett and Yale Goldberg were able to get a 7-5 win over George Goldhoff and Leonardo Telles. Stanford had a match point on the no-ad point on Telles's 3-5 service game but Fawcett mishit an overhead from point blank range and then Fawcett got broke from 30/40 to put it back on serve at 5-5. Goldhoff went up 40/30 on the next game but Fawcett hit a service return winner to bring up the no-ad point and then he hit another nice service return which forced a Goldhoff error to get the break. Stanford's Yale Goldberg would serve it out from 40/15 to give the Cardinal the 7-5 win.
Each team would take three opening sets in singles and four of those matches would finish in straight sets. Texas freshman Yuya Ito struck first with a straight set win over Jack Barber at No. 4. Ito jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the opening set and added another break to go up 5-1 but Barber would break back and hold for 5-3. Ito would serve out the set from 40/30 to take it 6-3. In the second set Barber went up 40/15 on his 4-4 service game but Ito came back and broke on the no-ad point and then he served it out at love to take it 6-3, 6-4.
Stanford sophomore Sameer Kumar put the Cardinal back in front with a straight set win over George Goldhoff at No. 2. Goldhoff jumped out to a 4-2 lead in the first set but Kumar held on the no-ad point and then broke from 30/40 to even it at 4-4. Kumar would break Goldhoff from 30/40, via a double fault, to take the first set 7-5. The second set stayed on serve until Kumar broke Goldhoff from 30/40 to go up 5-3 but Goldhoff would break back from 15/40 to make it 5-4. Goldhoff quickly fell behind 0/40 and then Kumar thought he had it won from 15/40 when he ripped a forehand but Goldhoff called it out and the chair upheld. Kumar would close it out on the next point with a forehand winner to take it 7-5, 6-4.
Stanford senior Brandon Sutter would make it 3-1 with a straight set win over Rodrigo Banzer at No. 6. Sutter held on the no-ad point to take the first set 6-3 and then in the second set he'd get the only break he needed to go up 3-2 and a few games later he'd serve it out from 40/15 to win it 6-3, 6-4.