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  • Women’s tennis falls at home to NMSU, 5-2

        In search of its first WAC win, the Utah State women's tennis team had a tough encounter with the Aggies of New Mexico State University on Saturday at The Sports Academy in Logan, Utah. Although the hometown Aggies fought hard, they came up just short of their first Western Athletic Conference win.

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    Tennis club has become a home away from home for some

         Every Wednesday night, the tennis courts at the Logan Recreation Center are filled with Utah State students. The members of the USU tennis club come armed with rackets and balls ready to practice a sport they love.     Started by co-presidents Chris Lloyd and Mike Sheffield, the club quickly grew.

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    Men sweep weekend, win sixth straight

        Utah State's Men's Tennis team won both of its two home matches this weekend in Logan, extending their current winning streak to five matches.     They got things started things off on the right foot Friday night, defeating the Mesa State Mavericks in shutout fashion.

  • Men’s tennis beat Utes 4-3 in Salt Lake

        Behind the clutch play down the stretch of senior Jakob Asplund, the Aggie men's tennis team continued their winning streak in defeating rival Utah, 4-3, Friday in Salt Lake City.     In a performance that USU head coach Christian Wright described as "phenomenal," Asplund defeated Utah's Dmytro Mamedov in two straight sets after falling 6-7 in the match opener.

  • Men’s tennis notches first-ever WAC win

        What does a win in conference play, a first-place WAC standing, the No. 75 ITA ranking in the country, and the Student Athlete of the Week award mean for the Utah State Men's Tennis Team? Simply put, another win and some momentum to go along with it.