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Tennis teams lose on the road

staff writer

Published: Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Updated: Tuesday, April 9, 2013 12:04

                The Utah State men’s and women’s tennis teams both saw action over the weekend, with both squads coming up short in losses.

    Mckenzie Davis continued her dominance on the women’s side, winning the No. 1 singles spot 6-3, 6-3. With the win she improves to 7-2 in match play on the season and undefeated in WAC play. Unfortunately, the rest of the team struggled and no one else was able to come up with a win in Ruston, La.

    USU had its match with UTSA — scheduled for the next day — canceled.

    The Aggies look to improve their record as they continue WAC play in Logan Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. They play San Jose State, Texas State, and Seattle.

    The Utah State’s men’s tennis team was also in action last week, playing UC Santa Barbara on Wednesday and Boise State March 29, both in Boise, Idaho. The Aggies fell Wednesday by a score of 6-1 and again on Friday 7-0. With the losses, they fall to 5-9 on the season.

    Sean Levesque was the lone player to win in singles play, beating Alexander Gryaznov from UC Santa Barbara. The Aggies almost won the doubles point both days when Fredrik Peterson and Sean Levesque won Wednesday in the No. 2 doubles position and Sven Poslusny and Matt Sweet won Friday in the No. 1 doubles position.

    The men’s team looks to get back on track on Wednesday, April 20. USU will play in Ogden against Weber State, who they beat 4-3 earlier in the season in Logan.

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