Wake Forest defeated North Carolina for the second time in the last five weeks with a 5-2 victory at home in Winston-Salem. North Carolina got off to a promising start after taking the doubles point and adding a straight set win from Mac Kiger at No. 6 but Wake tied it up at 2-2 with straight set wins from Petros Chrysochos and Rrezart Cungu at No. 2 and No. 5. The three remaining matches went three sets with Wake taking them all. Borna Gojo won 2-6, 6-3, 6-3 at No. 1 to make it 3-2, Bar Botzer got the clincher with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 win at No. 3, and to close out the day Melios Efstathiou won 7-6(2), 3-6, 6-4 at No. 4. 

The Winston-Salem Journal has a good recap of the match with quotes from Tony Bresky, Sam Paul, Borna Gojo, and Bar Botzer so make sure you give it a read. 

Wake Forest now has a two game lead in the ACC over North Carolina and Virginia while Miami is just one game back however the Canes still have to play both Wake and UVA. 

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The Pepperdine women are more accustomed to being ranked inside the 10 and that's most likely where they'll be come Tuesday because the Waves picked up their second top 10 victory of the week with a 5-2 win over #8/#6 Texas in Austin. The Waves won the doubles point in dominating fashion with a 6-1 win at No. 2 and a 6-2 win at No. 3. In singles each team claimed three opening sets and Pepperdine would convert each of its to set leads to straight set wins. Dzina Milovanovic made it 2-0 with a 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 4 and Ashley Lahey upped the lead to 3-0 with a 6-4, 6-1 at No. 1.

Texas trimmed the deficit to 3-2 with straight set wins from Anna Turati and Petra Granic at No. 2 and No. 3 but Daria Kuczer put the Waves over the top with a 6-4, 6-4 win at No. 5.

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The latest edition of the Big Slam was another classic with #41 Stanford upsetting #6 Cal 4-3 on Tuesday night at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium. Cal welcomed Filip Bergevi back into its singles and doubles lineup after he missed the last few weeks with an injury and his return paid off in doubles as he and Florian Lakat, who earlier in the day were elevated to the ITA's No. 1 doubles team, defeated Tom Fawcett and William Genensen at No. 1. Bergevi served for the match up 5-2 but he was broke on the no-ad point after Fawcett hit a second serve return winner. Fawcett held at love for 5-4 but Lakat would serve it out from 40/30 to give Cal the 6-4 win. Cal's Billy Griffith served for the match at No. 2 doubles up 5-3 (40/30) but Stanford broke on the no-ad point to make it 5-4. Down at No. 3, Cal's JT Nishimura was serving up 4-3 (40/0) but Stanford came back to break on the no-ad point for 4-4. Both of those courts would go to tiebreaks and Cal's Billy Griffith and Andre Goransson would clinch the doubles point with a 7-0 win at No. 2 while the match at No. 3 went unfinished with it tied at 1-1. 

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The ITA announced the Men's National Team Indoors All-Tournament team on Thursday with Virginia filling four of the six singles spots and two of three doubles teams. Ohio State junior Mikael Torpegaard was named the tournament MVP after going 4-0 in singles at No. 1 with wins over Oklahoma's Andrew Harris, Oklahoma State's Julian Cash, Wake Forest's Petros Chrysochos, and Virginia's Collin Altamirano. No other player went 4-0 in singles although Virginia's Collin Altamirano and JC Aragone pulled off the feet in doubles.

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After a busy weekend there were a handful of matches on Monday including one match that started on Sunday but finished on Monday due to rain. Seventh-ranked UCLA played its first indoor match of the year at Tulsa and judging by the final score it looks like they'll be ready to go when they begin the National Team Indoors on Friday. While many of the singles matches weren't very close the doubles decider at No. 1 was as close as it gets. Tulsa's Dominic Bechard and Okkie Kellerman had a golden opportunity to serve for the match when they went up 0/40 on Evan Zhu's 5-5 service game however Zhu and Martin Redlicki battled back to get it to the no-ad point. On the no-ad point Zhu's serve hit the tape and kicked up but a scrambling Bechard hit his forehand just long to give Zhu the hold for 6-5. Bechard held to send the match to a tiebreak and in the tiebreak Tulsa went up 3-2 after winning both points on Zhu's serve. Zhu and Redlicki would come back and win both points on Bechard's serve to go up 4-3 and then they made it 5-3 after Kellerman put a backhand into the net. A nice service return by Bechard forced a Redlicki error to put it back on serve but then Redlicki had a great service return himself to put the Bruins up 6-4. Redlicki framed a backhand off the roof on the next point to make it 6-5 but he redeemed himself on the next one with a nice volley that won the match 7-5. 

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Santa Clara Athletic Director Renee Baumgartner announced the hiring of Niall Angus as the Broncos' new men's head coach. Angus, who graduated from Texas A&M in 2013, joined the staff last year as an assistant coach. Angus replaces Derek Mills who retired after nine seasons.

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The US Open continued today with both John Isner (Georgia '07) and Kevin Anderson (Illinois '07) moving on to the third round while Stanford commit CiCi Bellis beat her second top 100 opponent to move into the third round.

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Typically Mondays only have 1 or 2 matches but there were a handful of decent ones on the slate today with Cal Poly going into Boise and winning, Memphis winning at South Alabama, and UCLA getting a slightly tougher than expected win over UNLV.

UCLA won the battle of the abbreviations with a 6-1 win over UNLV.  UCLA was a little shorthanded with 2 of its top 3 players out of the doubles lineup with Mackenzie McDonald (14.91) and Martin Redlicki both participating in a Futures event in Calabasas this week.  After UCLA dropped the doubles point things were actually looking a little concerning but fortunately Redlicki was able to make it back in time to play in singles because otherwise the Bruins would have had to slide everyone except Mkrtchian up 2 spots in the lineup which could have spelled trouble for UCLA. In all seriousness UCLA probably still would have won no worse than 5-2 even without Redlicki.

For those that don't know - Calabasas is only about 20 miles from Westwood - I didn't know that myself until I looked it up.

UCLA recap
UNLV recap

FYI, the number beside the player's school is the player's Universal Tennis Rating as of March 23rd.  For more details about UTR check out their website. 

#19 UCLA 6, UNLV 1
March 23, 2015  (LA Tennis Center)
Singles competition
1. #33 Dennis Mkrtchian (UCLA 13.63) def. Ace Matias (UNLV 13.75) 7-6 (6), 6-4
2. Martin Redlicki (UCLA 14.17) def. Jakob Amilon (UNLV 12.93) 6-2, 6-4
3. Karue Sell (UCLA 14.00) def. Adam Gage-Brown (UNLV 11.66) 6-1, 6-1, 
4. Gage Brymer (UCLA 13.78) def. Alexandr Cozbinov (UNLV 12.78) 6-4, 7-5
5. Austin Rapp (UCLA 12.83) def. Ruben Alberts (UNLV 11.91) 6-3, 7-6(8)
6. Joseph Di Giulio (UCLA 13.40) def. Ozzy Abraham (UNLV 11.31) 6-0, 6-2
Doubles competition
1. Adam Gage-Brown/Ace Matias (UNLV) def. Joseph Di Giulio/Karue Sell (UCLA) 6-3
2. Dennis Mkrtchian/Austin Rapp (UCLA) def. Jakob Amilon/Ruben Alberts (UNLV) 6-1
3. Ozzy Abraham/Cozbinov (UNLV) def. Gage Brymer/Ryoto Tachi (UCLA) 6-2

Order of finish: Doubles (2,1,3); Singles (3,6,2,5,1,4)

What's been a rough year for Boise State got a little rougher on Monday when Cal Poly came in and took the doubles point and followed it up by taking 4 of 6 singles matches.

Cal Poly recap
Boise St recap

#65 Cal Poly 5, Boise State 2 
March 23, 2015 at Boise, Idaho (Boas Indoor Tennis Center)
Doubles competition
1. Lewis Roskilly/Thomas Tenreiro (BSU) def. Ben Donovan/Corey Pang (CP) 6-3
2. Garrett Auproux/Devin Barber (CP) def. Abe Hewko/Garrett Patton (BSU) 7-5
3. Karl Enander/Lucas Lesoeur (CP) def. Brian Foley/Toby Mitchell (BSU) 6-3
Order of finish: 1,3,2
Singles competition
1. Garrett Patton (BSU 13.02) def. Garrett Auproux (CP 12.62) 7-6 (4), 6-2
2. Thomas Tenreiro (BSU 12.87) def. Ben Donovan (CP 13.68) 6-4, 6-3
3. Corey Pang (CP 12.29) def. Toby Mitchell (BSU 12.53) 1-6, 7-5, 6-1
4. Lucas Lesoeur (CP 11.84) def. Brian Foley (BSU 12.59) 6-4, 6-4
5. Naveen Beasley (CP 12.37) def. Lewis Roskilly (BSU 12.23) 6-2, 7-6 (4)
6. Axel Damiens (CP 11.75) def. Abe Hewko (BSU 12.05) 7-5, 6-3

Match Notes:
Order of finish: 6,1,2,5,3,4
Cal Poly 10-7
Boise State 6-11

Memphis picked up a nice road win over a ranked opponent as the Tigers beat the Jags 4-1. Memphis came into this match ranked #73 but should jump up at least 15 spots tomorrow based off its win on Saturday over SMU.  South Alabama has now dropped 4 of its last 5 and will likely drop out of the rankings.  Interesting note:  USA's Tim Srkala was originally supposed to attend Memphis this year but at the last minute he switched to South Alabama - he did actually show up on Memphis's roster briefly and was supposed to play in the season opening tournament at Purdue but never did.

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"It was a very tough match for us today," said USA head coach Nick Brochu. "It was a little disappointing, but it was a great battle. We had a lot of three-set matches. Memphis is a great team."

"Daniel played great at No. 1," said Brochu. "He beat an amazing, ranked player. That's going to help his ranking."

"It was great to see that even though we were down on some courts and lost the first set, we came back and won the second set," said Brochu. "We had four matches going into three sets today, so that was a great battle. It hurts when you lose in three sets because you were so close."

"Memphis is known for being really good in doubles," said Brochu. "That would have been a great point for us since it was their strength. That was kind of hard for us to swallow."

Memphis recap

"That was a tight one," Head Coach Paul Goebel said. "It's always tough to get a win on the road and that being our third match in four days was a tough finish to that run. But I feel like the guys are starting to play better and better and it'll be nice to have a weekend off now to prepare for the end of season run."

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The hits keep on coming and on today's playlists we heard the 1966 classic Mustang Sally after No. 36 SMU ran all over No. 5 Oklahoma State 4-0.

SMU jumped out to the early 1-0 lead after taking the doubles point with wins at No. 1 and No. 3 and then the Mustangs claimed four opening sets in singles. SMU's Nate Lammons made it 2-0 with a 7-5, 6-3 win over Julian Cash at No. 1 and then Hunter Johnson put the Mustangs a point away from clinching with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Arjun Kadhe at No. 2. Redshirt junior Tony Russell would bring it home for SMU with a 7-6, 6-3 upset win over Lukas Finzelberg at No. 5.

Note: Russell's win over Finzelberg was also a Universal Tennis Rating upset with Russell's UTR 1.40 lower than Finzelberg's.

This was SMU's first win over a top 5 opponent since defeated No. 4 TCU back in April 2001. 

#36 SMU 4, #5 Oklahoma State 0
Mar 26, 2016 at Stillwater, Okla. (Greenwood Tennis Center)
Singles competition
1. #115 Nate Lammons (SMU 13.92) def. #48 Julian Cash (OKST 13.80) 7-5, 6-3
2. #73 Hunter Johnson (SMU 13.51) def. #121 Arjun Kadhe (OKST 14.05) 6-4, 6-3
3. Lucas Gerch (OKST 13.72) vs. Samm Butler (SMU 13.57) 7-5, 2-3, unfinished
4. Tristan Meraut (OKST 13.53) vs. Ronald Slobodchikov (SMU 13.49) 7-6 (7-5), 1-4, unfinished
5. Tony Russell (SMU 12.43) def. Lukas Finzelberg (OKST 13.83) 7-6 (7-3), 6-3
6. Yates Johnson (SMU 13.13) vs. Jurence Mendoza (OKST 13.28) 6-4, 6-5, unfinished
Doubles competition
1. #25 Hunter Johnson/Yates Johnson (SMU) def. #9 Julian Cash/Arjun Kadhe (OKST) 6-1
2. Lucas Gerch/Tristan Meraut (OKST) vs. Nate Lammons/Markus Kerner (SMU) 4-4, unfinished
3. Ronald Slobodchikov/Tony Russell (SMU) def. Jurence Mendoza/Lukas Finzelberg (OKST) 6-3
Match Notes
SMU 17-5; National ranking #36
Oklahoma State 15-2; National ranking #5
Order of finish: Doubles (1,3); Singles (1,2,5)

Post-Match Quotes from SMU's recap
"A tremendous win against a top five team in Oklahoma State, I'm very proud of guys performance especially beating a team who only lost one other time before today's match," said Head Coach Carl Neufeld.

"This win gives us a lot of confidence as the season progresses and hopefully we can parlay that into the final month of the season and postseason play," Neufeld said.

Last weekend Boise State lost a 4-3 heartbreaker to Utah State but this week they've won a pair of 4-3 matches on the road with today's victim being No. 67 Cal Poly.  Cal Poly took the doubles point by winning the deciding match at No. 3 doubles in a tiebreak but Boise State was the stronger team in singles.

Boise State took four opening sets in singles and they'd ultimately finish all four off in straight sets. Thomas Tenreiro won 6-1, 6-4 at No. 2, Pedro Platzeck won 7-6, 6-2 at No. 5, Abe Hewko won 6-4, 6-2 at No. 6, and for the second match in a row it was Kyle Butters clinching the match with a 6-4, 6-4 win at No. 4.

Cal Poly's Ben Donovan and Cory Pang picked up wins for the Mustangs at No. 1 and No. 3.

Boise State def. #67 Cal Poly 4-3
March 26 at San Luis Obispo, Calif. (Mustang Courts)
Doubles competition
1. Butters/Mitchell (BSU) def. Donovan/Pang (CP) 6-4
2. Auproux/Tan (CP) def. Roskilly/Tenreiro (BSU) 6-4
3. Cardiff/Enander (CP) def. Foley/Hewko (BSU) 7-6(8)
Singles competition
1. Ben Donovan (CP) def. Brian Foley (BSU) 6-1, 6-4
2. Thomas Tenreiro (BSU) def. Garrett Auproux (CP) 6-1, 6-4
3. Cory Pang (CP) def. Toby Mitchell (BSU) 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 (10-4)
4. Kyle Butters (BSU) def. Josh Ortlip (CP) 6-4, 6-4
5. Pedro Platzeck (BSU) def. Axel Damiens (CP) 7-6(2), 6-2
6. Abe Hewko (BSU) def. Karl Enander (CP) 6-4, 6-2
Match Notes
Boise State 11-8
Cal Poly 8-8; National ranking #67
Order of finish: Doubles (1,2,3); Singles (2,6,5,1,4,3)

Post-Match Quotes from Boise State's recap
"You know I cannot say enough about this team, they just keep battling and giving it everything they have, said coach Greg Patton. "It is our second straight win over a nationally ranked opponent and like Wednesday's match at UCSB, it was a battle from the start. Kyle (Butters) came through for us again clinching the match for the second time this week. We are improving with each match and I can't wait to get the team home and playing in front of Bronco Nation.

Columbia, ranked No. 29, opened up its Ivy League schedule with a 4-1 road win at No. 55 Cornell. The Lions took the doubles point with 6-4 wins at No. 1 and No. 2 but the Big Red came out strong in singles.

Cornell already had first sets at 1, 5, and 6 plus Colin Sinclair and Chris Vrabel were serving for the first set at 2 and 3. Sinclair let a 5-2* lead slip away as Columbia's Victor Pham took the opening set 7-6(3). Vrabel was serving 5-4, 40-30 but Columbia's Eric Rubin came back to break, hold, and break again to take the set 7-5 at No. 3.

So after everything was all said and done each team took three first sets though only two of the six matches would finish in straight sets.

Columbia's Mike Vermeer rolled over Bernardo Casares Rosa 6-2, 6-2 at No. 4 but Cornell answered with a 6-3, 6-2 win by Stefan Vinti at No. 5.

Columbia's Shawn Hadavi would put the Lions up 3-1 with a come from behind 2-6, 6-2, 6-2 win over David Volfson at No. 1. Hadavi opened up a 4-0 lead in the third set and was serving up 40-0 before Volfson came back to break and hold for 2-4. Hadavi would hold for 5-2 and then break to win it 6-2 in the third.

Columbia's Richard Pham would provide the clincher at No. 6 with a 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 win over Karlo Lozic.

#29 Columbia 4, #55 Cornell 1
Mar 26, 2016 at Ithaca, NY (Reis Tennis Center)
Singles competition
1. #64 Shawn Hadavi (CLM) def. David Volfson (COR) 2-6, 6-2, 6-2
2. Colin Sinclair (COR) vs. Victor Pham (CLM) 6-7(3), 6-4, unf.
3. Chris Vrabel (COR) vs. Eric Rubin (CLM) 5-7, 6-4, 2-3, unf. 
4. Mike Vermeer (CLM) def. Bernardo Casares Rosa (COR) 6-2, 6-2
5. Stefan Vinti (COR) def. Michal Rolski (CLM) 6-3, 6-2
6. Richard Pham (CLM) def. Karlo Lozic (COR) 3-6, 6-4, 6-3
Doubles competition
1. #28 Rolski/Vermeer (CLM) def. Casares Rosa/Vrabel (COR) 6-4
2. #15 Hadavi/Pham (CLM) def. Sinclair/Volfson (COR) 6-4
3. Dylan Brown/Vinti (COR) vs. Miguel Alda/Christopher Grant (CLM) 5-5, unf. 
Match Notes
Cornell 7-9; National ranking #55
Columbia 11-5; National ranking #29
Order of finish: Singles (4,5,1,6); Doubles (1,2)

North Carolina State, ranked No. 34, survived a strong push by Clemson before winning 4-3. The Wolfpack took the doubles point when the Saveljic brothers won the decider at No. 3 by a 7-5 score.

Five of the six singles matches finished in straight sets with Clemson getting wins from Daffra Sanon, Luke Johnson, and Christian Harris at 2, 3, and 6 while NC State picked up wins from Igor and Ivan Saveljic at 4 and 5.

The match would decided in a third set at No. 1 between NC State senior Simon Norenius and Clemson freshman Alex Favrot. Norenius jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the third set and cruised to a 6-2 win.

#34 North Carolina State 4, Clemson 3
Mar 26, 2016 at Raleigh, NC (J.W. Isenhour Tennis Center)
Singles competition
1. #44 Simon Norenius (NCST) def. Alex Favrot (CU) 6-4, 2-6, 6-2
2. Daffra Sanon (CU) def. #85 Thomas Weigel (NCST) 6-0, 6-1
3. Luke Johnson (CU) def. #77 Nick Horton (NCST) 6-2, 7-5
4. Igor Saveljic (NCST) def. Robert Dudley (CU) 6-1, 6-4
5. Ivan Saveljic (NCST) def. Austin Ansari (CU) 6-1, 6-4
6. Christian Harris (CU) def. Shoti Meparidze (NCST) 6-4, 6-3
Doubles competition
1. Luke Johnson/Alex Favrot (CU) def. Simon Norenius/Thomas Weigel (NCST) 6-4
2. Nick Horton / Shoti Meparidze (NCST) def. Austin Ansari/Arturo Pinazo (CU) 6-3
3. Igor Saveljic/Ivan Saveljic (NCST) def. Robert Dudley/Daffra Sanon (CU) 7-5
Order of finish: Doubles (1,2,3); Singles (2,4,3,6,5,1)

Post-Match Quotes from Clemson's recap
"I am really proud of the way our team came right back from a tough defeat yesterday against the #1 team in the country and competed with everything they had today, Said Head Coach Chuck McCuen. "Players challenged themselves and each other last night to change the story and leave it all on the court. Can't wait to get after it when we get back to Clemson.

Texas overcome the loss of the doubles point to defeat No. 27 Tulsa 4-2. The Golden Hurricane claimed the doubles point when Majed Kilani and Carlos Bautista won 7-5 at No. 3 and then each team would take three first sets in singles.

Texas freshman Harrison Scott was the first to finish after defeating Juan Matias Gonzalez 6-0, 7-5 at No. 2. Sophomore Julian Zlobinsky made it 2-1 Horns after coming back from 3-0 down in the second to win 6-4, 6-4 win over Francois Kellerman at No. 6.

Tulsa junior Or Ram-Harel tied the match at 2-2 with a 6-4, 6-2 win over George Goldhoff at No. 1 plus Tulsa was closing in on a split at No. 3 and a win at No. 4.

Texas sophomore Adrian Ortiz had a set lead at No. 3 but he trailed Tulsa's Carlos Bautista 5-3 in the second. Ortiz would break back and force a tiebreak and then pull out the breaker 7-6(5) to put Texas ahead 3-2.

Tulsa's Majed Kilani had a 6-3, 5-3 at No. 4 but Texas freshman Rodrigo Banzer would come back to take the set 7-6(2) to force a third.

Texas senior Michael Riechmann would clinch the Texas win with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Dylan McCloskey at No. 5. Riechmann trailed 2-3 in the third before holding, breaking, and holding to go up 5-3. McCloskey held for 4-5 but Riechmann served it out to give Texas a nice win.

#19 Texas 4, #27 Tulsa 2
Mar 26, 2016 at Austin, TX (Westwood Country Club)
Doubles competition
1. Matthew Kirby/Okkie Kellerman (TU) def. #61 Michael Riechmann/Adrian Ortiz (UT), 6-3
2. George Goldhoff/Julian Zlobinsky (UT) def. Dylan McCloskey/Dominic Bechard (TU), 6-0
3. Majed Kilani/Carlos Bautista (TU) def. Harrison Scott/John Mee (UT), 7-5
Singles competition
1. #53 Or Ram-Harel (TU) def. George Goldhoff (UT), 6-4, 6-2
2. #113 Harrison Scott (UT) def. Juan Matias Gonzalez (TU), 6-0, 7-5
3. Adrian Ortiz (UT) def. Carlos Bautista (TU), 6-4, 7-6 (5)
4. Rodrigo Banzer (UT) vs. Majed Kilani (TU), 3-6, 7-6 (2), 0-0, susp. 
5. Michael Riechmann (UT) def. Dylan McCloskey (TU), 3-6, 6-3, 6-4
6. Julian Zlobinsky (UT) def. Francois Kellerman (TU), 6-4, 6-4
Match Notes:
Texas 12-6; National ranking #19
Tulsa 9-9; National ranking #27
Order of Finish: Singles (2,6,1,3,5); Doubles (2,1,3)

Post-Match Quotes from Texas's recap
Texas head coach Michael Center - On today's match: It was super hard fought. We had some opportunities. We played unbelievably at two doubles. Once again, we came up a little short in the doubles. I thought our backs were against the wall. There was a moment there in the singles where we had some first sets but were down in all the second sets. We were really trying to hang on, hang on, and all of a sudden the last 30-45 minutes, I just thought we stepped up and played really well. I was really proud of what I saw today. I thought the energy was good. It was a great effort by the team and a great win over a really good team.

Both Rice and Texas Tech went 2-0 on the day at the 58th Rice Invitational with each picking up wins over Drake and William & Mary.

#40 Rice 4, #44 Drake 0
3/26/2016 at Houston, TX (George R. Brown Tennis Center)
Singles competition
1. Jamie Malik (RICE) vs. Ben Lott (DRAKW) 5-7, 4-3, unf
2. Tommy Bennett (RICE) vs. Vinny Gillespie (DRAKE) 7-5, 4-6, unf
3. Adam Gustafsson (RICE) def. Bayo Philips (DRAKE) 7-6 (7-4), 6-1
4. Jake Hansen (RICE) def. Calum MacGeoch (DRAKE) 6-4, 6-2
5. David Warren (RICE) vs. Ben Stride (DRAKE) 6-4, 3-6, 1-1, unf
6. Emanuel Llamas (RICE) def. Ben Clark (DRAKE) 7-5, 6-2
Doubles competition
1. David Warren/Tommy Bennett (RICE) def. Ben Lott/Ben Wood (DRAKE) 6-2
2. Jamie Malik/Adam Gustafsson (RICE) vs. Vinny Gillespie/Calum MacGeoch (DRAKE) 5-4, unf
3. Emanuel Llamas/Jake Hansen (RICE) def. Bayo Philips/Ben Stride (DRAKE) 6-4
Match Notes
Drake 13-7; National ranking #44
Rice 15-5; National ranking #40
Order of finish: Doubles (1,3); Singles (6,3)
58th Rice Invitational

#40 Rice 4, #74 William & Mary 1
3/26/2016 at Houston, Tx (George R. Brown Tennis Center) 
Singles competition
1. Tommy Bennett (RICE) vs. Christian Cargill (WMU) 6-7 (5-7), 6-1, 1-2, unfinished
2. Adam Gustafsson (RICE) def. Addison Appleby (WMU) 6-4, 6-2
3. Jake Hansen (RICE) vs. Alec Miller (WMU) 5-7, 1-5, unfinished
4. David Warren (RICE) def. Lars de Boer (WMU) 6-4, 6-2
5. Emanuel Llamas (RICE) def. Aidan Talcott (WMU) 7-6 (7-5), 6-4
6. Damon Niquet (WMU) def. Zach Yablon (RICE) 6-3, 6-0
Doubles competition
1. Tommy Bennett/David Warren (RICE) def. Ryan Newman/Addison Appleby (WMU) 6-2
2. Scott Huang/Christian Cargill (WMU) def. Jamie Malik/Adam Gustafsson (RICE) 7-5
3. Emanuel Llamas/Jake Hansen (RICE) def. Lars de Boer/Damon Niquet (WMU) 7-5
Match Notes
William & Mary 11-5; National ranking #74
Rice 16-5; National ranking #40
Order of finish: Doubles (1,2,3); Singles (2,6,4,5)
58th Rice Invitational

Post-Match Quotes from Rice's recap
"We knew there were no easy matches this year in the field and we stressed to the team the importance of coming out with great energy, because when we have done that this year, we have played our best matches," Rice head coach Efe Ustundag said. "We came out strong in the morning, but we were much flatter in the second match, and it almost cost us the doubles point." 

"That was a big win (W&M), because as it played out, it was hard to see where four points would come from in singles," Ustundag said.

"Adam was rock solid today," Ustundag said. "That's what you expect from your seniors and he delivered in both matches."

#9 Texas Tech 4, #74 William & Mary 1
03/26/16 at Houston, Texas (George R. Brown Tennis Center) 
Singles competition
1. #14 Felipe Soares (TT) def. Christian Cargill (WM) 7-6 (7-3), 7-5
2. #116 Hugo Dojas (TT) def. Addison Appleby (WM) 6-3, 6-1
3. #108 Alex Sendegeya (TT) def. Alec Miller (WM) 6-3, 6-2
4. Jolan Cailleau (TT) vs. Lars de Boer (WM) 6-1, 2-6, 2-3, unfinished
5. Connor Curry (TT) def. Aidan Talcott (WM) 6-2, 6-2
6. Bjorn Thomson (TT) vs. Damon Niquet (WM) 6-2, 6-5, unfinished
Doubles competition
1. #6 Hugo Dojas/Felipe Soares (TT) def. Ryan Newman/Addison Appleby (WM) 6-3
2. Scott Huang/Christian Cargill (WM) def. #53 Bjorn Thomson/Alex Sendegeya (TT) 6-4
3. Damon Niquet/Lars de Boer (WM) def. Connor Curry/Jolan Cailleau (TT) 6-2
Match Notes
William & Mary 11-4; National ranking #74
Texas Tech 20-2; National ranking #9
Order of finish: Doubles (1,3,2); Singles (2,3,5,1)

#9 Texas Tech 4, #44 Drake 1 
03/26/16 at Houston, Texas (George R. Brown Tennis Center) 
Doubles competition
1. #6 Hugo Dojas/Felipe Soares (TTU) defeats Ben Lott/Ben Wood (DU) 6-3 
2. #53 Alex Sendegeya/Bjorn Thomson (TTU) defeats Vinny Gillespie/Calum MacGeoch (DU) 6-2 
3. Connor Curry/Carlos DiLaura (TTU) vs. Bayo Philips/Ben Stride (DU) 5-2, unfinished 
Singles competition
1. #14 Felipe Soares (TTU) defeats Benn Lott (DU) 6-3, 7-5 
2. #116 Hugo Dojas (TTU) defeats Vinny Gillespie (DU) 6-3, 7-6 (8-6) 
3. Calum MacGeoch (DU) defeats #108 Alex Sendegeya (TTU) 6-0, 7-5 
4. Jolan Cailleau (TTU) vs. Bayo Philips (DU) 6-3, 6-5, unfinished 
5. Connor Curry (TTU) vs. Tom Hands (DU) 6-2, 4-6, unfinished 
6. Bjorn Thomson (TTU) defeats Ben Wood (DU) 6-1, 6-0 
Match Notes 
Texas Tech: 21-2; National ranking #9 
Drake 13-8; National ranking # 44 
Order of finish: Doubles (2,1); Singles (6,1,3,2)

Post-Match Quotes from TT's recap
"We came out ready to play in the Drake match," Texas Tech head coach Brett Masi said. "That was our best doubles, and our best two hours of overall tennis we've had in quite some time. The top of our lineup led us, and that's a good sign. Felipe and Hugo were key all day long. We have another tough match tomorrow against Rice. We need to be ready to close out the weekend on a high note."

"It was a great all around effort in both matches today," Masi said. "No doubt that it was tough to play a doubleheader against this level of competition, but we handled it well. Doubles wasn't great against William and Mary, but we responded with a strong start in singles winning all six first sets. I'm really happy with our performance especially from Alex and Connor.

Utah State ran its record to 15-6 with a tough 4-3 win at No. 59 BYU. Utah State took the doubles point with wins at No. 1 and No. 2 and then the teams split first sets in singles.

Keaton Cullimore, John Pearce, and Andrey Goryachkov won for BYU at 2, 4, and 5 while Utah State got wins from Jaime Barajas, Jack Swindells, and Romai Ugarte at 1, 3, and 6.

#70 Utah State 4, #59 BYU 3
Mar 26, 2016 at Provo, UT(Indoor Tennis Courts)
Singles competition
1. Jaime Barajas (USU) def. Shane Monroe (BYU) 6-1, 4-6, 6-4
2. Keaton Cullimore (BYU) def. Jonas Maier (USU) 6-4, 6-4
3. Jack Swindells (USU) def. Jacob Sullivan (BYU) 6-4, 7-6 (7-4)
4. John Pearce (BYU) def. Samuel Serrano (USU) 6-3, 6-4
5. Andrey Goryachkov (BYU) def. Luis Lopez (USU) 6-4, 5-7, 6-3
6. Romai Ugarte (USU) def. Aidan Carrazedo (BYU) 7-6 (7-0), 2-6, 6-3
Doubles competition
1. Romai Ugarte/Luis Lopez (USU) def. John Pearce/Jacob Sullivan (BYU) 6-3
2. Jack Swindells/Jonas Maier (USU) def. Keaton Cullmore/Jeremy Bourgeois (BYU) 6-4
3. Andrey Goryachkov/Aidan Carrazedo (BYU) vs. Andrew Nakajima/Jaime Barajas (USU) 5-6, unf
Match Notes:
Utah State 15-6; National ranking #70
BYU 14-4; National ranking #59
Order of finish: Doubles (1,2); Singles (4,2,3,1,5,6)
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The first big match of the day took place in Austin between No. 18 Texas and No. 2 TCU. The Horned Frogs took the doubles point with a 6-1 win at No. 3 from Cameron Norrie and Alex Rybakov and a 7-6(1) win at No. 1 from Hudson Blake and Reese Stalder.

Texas turned it around in singles and claimed five opening sets to really put TCU on its heels. The only Horned Frog to win a first set was also the first one to finish as Cameron Norrie defeated George Goldhoff 6-4, 6-1 at No. 1.

TCU found its fire in the second set and took all six sets to send five of the six matches to a third set. Jerry Lopez put TCU ahead 3-0 after completing his comeback with a 1-6, 6-4, 6-3 win over Michael Riechmann at No. 5.

Texas's Julian Zlobinsky was on his way to a straight set win over Trevor Johnson at No. 6 but he hit a pothole late in the second set. Zlobinsky led 6-4, 5-3 but Johnson took the next four games to take the set 7-5.  Zlobinsky went up an early break in the third and was able to hold on this time and take it 6-4, 5-7, 6-4.

Adrian Ortiz pulled Texas to within 3-2 after he beat Eduardo Nava 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 at No. 4 and it looked like Harrison Scott would tie it up at 3-3 when he led Alex Rybakov 5-2 in the third at No. 2. Rybakov had other plans and would take the final five games of the match to close out Scott 4-6, 6-1, 7-5.

The remaining match at No. 3 was abandoned with TCU's Guillermo Nunez serving at 4-5 in the third. UT's Rodrigo Banzer led 6-3, 5-3 but he lost three straight games before holding for 6-6 and then Nunez would bagel him in the tiebreak.

The difference in the match was Texas's inability to finish off courts when they had what appeared to be commanding leads. Scott led 5-2 in the third and lost, Banzer led 6-3, 5-3 and ended up with a DNF in the third, and Zlobinsky led 6-4, 5-3 and even though he won in three letting Johnson hang around kept Texas from gaining some momentum from an early win.

#2 TCU 4, #18 Texas 2
Apr 16, 2016 at Austin, Texas (Weller Indoor Tennis Center)
Singles competition
1. #5 Cameron Norrie (TCU) def. #56 George Goldhoff (UT) 6-4, 6-1
2. #20 Alex Rybakov (TCU) def. Harrison Scott (UT) 4-6, 6-1, 7-5
3. Rodrigo Banzer (UT) vs. #62 Guillermo Nuez (TCU) 6-3, 6-7 (0-7), 5-4, unfinished
4. Adrian Ortiz (UT) def. Eduardo Nava (TCU) 6-1, 3-6, 6-4
5. Jerry Lopez (TCU) def. Michael Riechmann (UT) 1-6, 6-4, 6-3
6. Julian Zlobinsky (UT) def. Trevor Johnson (TCU) 6-4, 5-7, 6-4
Doubles competition
1. #69 Hudson Blake/Reese Stalder (TCU) def. George Goldhoff/M. Riechmann (UT) 7-6 (7-1)
2. Adrian Ortiz/Julian Zlobinsky (UT) vs. Trevor Johnson/Guillermo Nuez (TCU) 6-5, unfinished
3. Cameron Norrie/Alex Rybakov (TCU) def. John Mee/Harrison Scott (UT) 6-1
Match Notes:
TCU 21-2, 3-0 Big 12; National ranking #2
Texas 17-9, 1-3; National ranking #18
Order of finish: Doubles (3,1); Singles (1,5,6,4,2)
Match relocated to Weller Indoor Tennis Center

Post-Match Quotes from head coach David Roditi via TCU's recap
"Texas was all over us from the first point in singles. Texas head coach Michael Center and assistant coach Bruce Berque have the Longhorns playing at a very high level and if it weren't for our players' resilience and fight, we would have easily lost that match. I couldn't be more proud of our team and our players. They stayed calm and found ways to get those singles wins. We are in one of the toughest conferences in the country and winning on the road against a good and well-coached team is hard to do. The "Frog" factor showed up today and now we put ourselves in a position to win the conference regular season.

Post-Match Quotes from head coach Michael Center via Texas's recap
It's getting later in the season, emotions are running high, there are things at stake with the conference tournament in positioning yourself, and NCAA seeding and the whole thing. So I told the guys before the match started that I'm really not looking to see how we play. What I want to see now is how we're competing and how resilient we can be, and I thought we were really resilient today. We competed really, really hard. So in that regard, I'm really proud of the team and proud of the effort. I think we're still improving, but we came up just a little bit short today. It was close all the way around, we just came up a little bit short.

Cal made it 2 for 2 this year against Stanford this year after knocking off the Cardinal 4-2. Cal took the doubles point with wins at No. 2 and No. 3 and then came out firing in singles by taking the opening sets on four courts.

Filip Bergevi extended Cal's lead to 2-0 with a 6-0, 7-6 win over Nolan Paige at No. 4. Stanford's Brandon Sutter was a late substitute in the singles lineup but his addition paid off as he took out Cal's Mads Engsted 6-4, 6-3 at No. 6.

Cal's Florian Lakat made it 3-1 with a 7-6, 6-2 win over Tom Fawcett at No. 1 and then Andre Goransson clinched the win by defeating David Wilczynski 3-6, 7-5, 6-1 at No. 2.

#16 Cal 4, #29 Stanford 1
April 16, 2016, in Berkeley, Calif. (Hellman Tennis Complex)
Doubles competition
1. #11 F Bergevi/F Lakat (Cal) vs. #41 T Fawcett/M Romanowicz (Stanford) 4-3 unf
2. Andre Goransson/Oskar Wikberg (Cal) def. David Wilczynski/Nolan Paige (Stanford) 6-2
3. Mads Engsted/J.T. Nishimura (Cal) def. Sameer Kumar/Yale Goldberg (Stanford) 6-1
Singles competition
1. #30 Florian Lakat (Cal) def. #10 Tom Fawcett (Stanford) 7-6(2), 6-3
2. #27 Andre Goransson (Cal) def. #72 David Wilczynski (Stanford) 3-6, 7-5, 6-1
3. #68 Billy Griffith (Cal) vs. Michael Genender (Stanford) 6-4, 6-7(6) Abandoned
4. Filip Bergevi (Cal) def. Nolan Paige (Stanford) 6-0, 7-6(3)
5. #103 Oskar Wikberg (Cal) vs. Sameer Kumar (Stanford) 6-4, 5-7, 0-2 Abandoned
6. Brandon Sutter (Stanford) def. Mads Engsted (Cal) 6-4, 6-3
Match Notes
Cal 15-5 (5-2 Pac-12); National ranking #16
Stanford 13-9 (4-3 Pac-12); National ranking #29
Order of Finish: Singles (4,6,1,2); Doubles (3,2)

Post-Match Quotes from Cal's recap
"We knew today was going to be a challenge, Cal head coach Peter Wright said, "and Stanford came to Berkeley a day early to prepare, so we knew we had to bring out our best tennis. Seniors Mads Engsted and Oskar Wikberg were instrumental in earning us the doubles point.

"With Pac-12 Bay Area doing live TV, we also had Senior Day and McManus Legends Day, so it was our best crowd this year. Our fans are amazing, and they definitely made a difference today.

"Florian played one of his best matches of the year, and Andre is really starting to play well, Wright said. "Filip deserves a lot of credit for playing incredibly disciplined tennis. We're all excited to finish the regular season with a win over our rival, and now we're focusing our attention on the Pac-12 Championships and the NCAAs.

Oregon more than likely locked up a spot in next month's NCAA Tournament by picking up a huge 4-2 win on the road over No. 35 Washington.

The Ducks took the doubles point with a 7-5 win at No. 1 and a 6-4 win at No. 2. Each team picked up three first sets in singles but only three of those would finish in straight sets with Washington's Mitch Stewart winning at No. 1 while Oregon's Thomas Laurent and Jayson Amos won at No. 3 and No. 4.

Washington cut the Oregon lead to 3-2 with a 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 win over Cormac Clissold at No. 5 but Oregon's Ethan Young-Smith clinched the win by defeating Kawika Lam 1-6, 6-4, 7-6(2).

#41 Oregon 4, #35 Washington 2
April 16, 2016 at Seattle, Washington (Bill Quillian Stadium)
Doubles competition
1 #30 Amos/Soemarno (ORE) def. Foley/Watanabe (UW) 7-5
2 Maasland/Stevens (ORE) def. Lam/Sommer (UW) 6-4
3 Douglas/Hakak (UW) vs. Clissold/Laurent 5-6 (DNF)
Singles competition               
1 #104 Mitch Stewart (UW) def. Daan Maasland (ORE) 6-4, 6-1
2 Enzo Sommer (UW) def. Simon Stevens (ORE) 6-7, 7-5, 5-4 (DNF)
3 Thomas Laurent (ORE) def. Gal Hakak (UW) 6-4, 6-4
4 #124 Jayson Amos (ORE) def. Jake Douglas (UW) 6-3, 6-2
5 Sebastian Hawken (UW) def. Cormac Clissold (ORE) 6-2, 4-6, 6-4
6 Kawika Lam (UW) def. Ethan Young-Smith (ORE) def. Kawika Lam (UW) 1-6, 6-4, 7-6(2)
Match Notes
Washington 16-8 (3-4 Pac-12); National ranking #35
Oregon 17-6 (3-4 Pac-12); National ranking #41
Order of Finish: Singles (4,1,3,5,6); Doubles (2,1)

Post-Match Quotes from Washington's recap
"It's was very disappointing to lose today, said head coach Matt Anger. "But I'm very excited about the game itself.

"Today was a beautiful day and a great day for college tennis to be on display as it should be, said Anger. "I didn't like the ultimate result today though and we just came up on the short end.

Cal was one match away from an undefeated regular season but its bay area rivals, No. 17 Stanford, wouldn't have any of it and stunned the top-ranked Bears 4-3. Cal got things started off on the right foot by taking the doubles point with wins at No. 1 and No. 2 and then the Bears also took four opening sets in singles.

Stanford only took two first sets but Carol Zhao and Krista Hardebeck both finished in straight sets at No. 1 and No. 4 to give the Cardinal the 2-1 lead.

Cal's Klara Fabikova tied the match at 2-2 with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Taylor Davidson at No. 2 and it looked like Lynn Chi was going to make it 3-2 when she had a lead late in the third set against Stanford's Carolina Doyle. Chi led 5-4 and 6-5 but Doyle held both times and forced a third set tiebreak. Chi was serving up 5-2 in the tiebreak but Doyle won six of the next seven points to close it out 8-6. (Stanford's recap said Doyle fought off five match points in the TB but at most it would have been four if Chi led 6-2)

Cal's Karla Popovic tied the match at 3-3 by winning two close sets to close out Melissa Lord at No. 6. In the deciding match at No. 5, Stanford's Caroline Lampl would break Olivia Hauger's 3-4 service game and then serve it out to give the Cardinal the upset win.

#17 Stanford 4, #1 Cal 3
April 16, 2016, in Stanford, Calif. (Taube Family Tennis Stadium)
Doubles Competition
1. #3 Maegan Manasse/Denise Starr (Cal) def. #4 Taylor Davidson/Caroline Doyle (Stanford) - 6-4
2. Klara Fabikova/Olivia Hauger (Cal) def. Melissa Lord/Carol Zhao (Stanford) - 7-5
3. #49 Krista Hardebeck/Caroline Lampl (Stanford) vs. Lynn Chi/Maria Smith (Cal) - 6-5 unf.
Singles Competition
1. #56 Carol Zhao (Stanford) def. #10 Maegan Manasse (Cal) 6-1, 6-4
2. #12 Klara Fabikova (Cal) def. #33 Taylor Davidson (Stanford) 6-4, 6-4
3. #87 Caroline Doyle (Stanford) def. #68 Lynn Chi (Cal) 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6)
4. #102 Krista Hardebeck (Stanford) def. #73 Denise Starr (Cal) 6-2, 6-3
5. Caroline Lampl (Stanford) def. #114 Olivia Hauger (Cal) 5-7, 6-4, 6-3
6. Karla Popovic (Cal) def. Melissa Lord (Stanford) 7-6 (1), 7-5
Match Notes
Stanford 13-5 (8-1 Pac-12); National Ranking #17
Cal 19-1 (7-1 Pac-12); National Ranking #1
Order of Finish: Singles (1,4,2,3,6,5); Doubles (1,2)

Post-Match Quotes from Cal's recap
"It was a great match, Cal head coach Amanda Augustus said. "I was really pleased with how we started the match with doubles. I thought we played much smarter and more consistent on all three courts in doubles. It was really good to get the doubles point and get momentum. Unfortunately, we weren't able to carry it through in a couple of singles matches.

"Stanford made some adjustments from the last time we faced them. It was a good lesson for us today. We battled hard and pushed till the last point. Credit to Stanford; they battled hard as well. This is why our matches are so great for our players' long-term development you learn so much whether you win or lose.

"Winning and losing's part of tennis. We're still on our path, and we are still looking to get better, with the postseason now upon us. This is what we've been training for. We'll learn from this. We're excited to move forward with this team.

Top-seeded Coastal Carolina became the first team to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament by coming back from 3-1 down to defeat the No. 2 seed Presbyterian 4-3 in the finals of the Big South Conference Tournament.

Presbyterian looked like it had the match in control virtually the entire way. The Blue Hose took the doubles point with wins at No. 2 and No. 3 and then took four first sets in singles.

CCU's Vuk Velickovic was the first to finish with a 6-2, 6-3 win at No. 2 but PC's Brandon Mills answered with a 6-2, 6-4 win at No. 4. PC's Diego Manzanas came back from a set down to defeat Rick Timmerman 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 at No. 5 so the Blue Hose were just a point away from sewing up its first ever bid to the NCAA Tournament.

PC's Alexander Lykou had what appeared to be a commanding 6-1, 5-3 lead on Jabor Al-Mutawa at No. 1 but Jabor Al-Mutawa won the last 10 games of the match to take it 1-6, 7-5, 6-0. CCU's Luiz Faria tied the match at 3-3 with a come from behind 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 win over Ben Kelley at No. 6.

The conference championship would be decided in a third set at No. 3 between CCU's Pedro Leme and PC's Danny Bruce. Leme jumped out to a double-break 4-1 lead but Bruce came back to tie it at 4-4. Bruce was serving at 30-40 when he chipped a shot that was close to the line - Leme made a late out call which incensed both Bruce and the PC coaches. It was all for naught because the chair upheld the call and Leme would be serving for the match up 5-4.

Leme served it out from 40-30 and the Chanticleers were headed to the NCAA for the sixth time in school history.

#1 Coastal Carolina 4, #2 Presbyterian 3 
April 16, 2016 at Lynchburg, VA 
Singles competition 
1. Al-Mutawa, Jabor (CCU) def. Alexander Lykou (PC) 1-6, 7-5, 6-0 
2. Velickovic, Vuk (CCU) def. Alejandro Bejar (PC) 6-2, 6-3 
3. Leme, Pedro (CCU) def. Danny Bruce (PC) 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-4 
4. Brandon Mills (PC) def. Schneider, Sebastian (CCU) 6-2, 6-4 
5. Diego Manzanas (PC) def. Timmerman, Rick (CCU) 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 
6. Faria, Luiz (CCU) def. Ben Kelley (PC) 2-6, 6-4, 6-2
Doubles competition 
1. Leme, Pedro/Velickovic, Vuk (CCU) vs. Alexander Lykou/Brandon Mills (PC) 4-4, unf
2. Danny Bruce/Ben Kelley (PC) def. Faria, Luiz/Timmerman, Rick (CCU) 6-4 
3. Joel Roberts/Diego Manzanas (PC) def. Al-Mutawa, Jabor/Schneider, Sebastian (CCU) 6-2
Match Notes: 
Presbyterian 14-16, 6-2 BSC 
Coastal Carolina 21-3, 8-0 BSC 
Order of finish: Doubles (3,2); Singles (2,4,5,1,6,3)

Cal Poly stayed undefeated in Big West play with a thrilling 4-3 win over conference rival UC Davis. UCD took the doubles point but CP took five first sets in singles.

Cal Poly got straight sets wins from Garrett Auproux and Corey Pang at No. 2 and No. 3 while UCD's Everett Maltby won in straights at No. 5.

Cal Poly's Ben Donovan put the Mustangs ahead 3-2 with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 win at No. 1 but UC Davis's Tommy Lam tied it at 3-3 with a 0-6, 6-3, 6-4 win at No. 6. Cal Poly's Josh Ortlip would win the deciding match 6-4 in the third over Bryce McKelvie to give CP the 4-3 win.

#65 Cal Poly 4, #69 UC Davis 3
April 16, 2016 at San Luis Obispo, Calif. (Mustang Tennis Courts)
Doubles Competition
1. Alec Adamson / Adam Levie (UCD) def. Ben Donovan/Corey Pang (CP), 6-4
2. Brett Bacharach / Eli Whittle (UCD) vs. Garrett Auproux/Timothy Tan (CP), 4-3
3. Tommy Lam / Bryce McKelvie (UCD) def. Karl Enander/Dan Cardiff (CP), 6-1
Singles Competition
1. Ben Donovan (CP) def. Alec Adamson (UCD), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1
2. Garrett Auproux (CP) def. James Wade (UCD), 6-1, 6-4
3. Corey Pang (CP) def. Brett Bacharach (UCD), 7-6, 6-1
4. Josh Ortlip (CP) def. Bryce McKelvie (UCD), 6-1, 3-6, 6-4
5. Everett Maltby (UCD) def. Axel Damiens (CP), 6-3, 6-3
6. Tommy Lam (UCD) def. Sreyas Kolachalam (CP), 0-6, 6-3, 6-4
Match Notes
Cal Poly 13-8 (4-0 Big West)
UC Davis 15-6 (2-2 Big West)
Order of finish: Singles (2,3,5,1,6,4); Doubles (3,1)

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