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Tennis comes from behind to take down Eastern Washington

David Somers

March 31, 2012


Filed under Tennis

When Tuesday began, the Eastern Washington University and Sacramento State men’s tennis teams both sat atop the Big Sky conference standings undefeated. When the day ended, Sac State was the only team that remained there. This was largely due to senior Javier Millan’s never-give-up effort that provide...

Sac State men’s tennis regroups with young, diverse squad

Josh Stanley

March 6, 2012


Filed under Sports, Tennis

After winning the Big Sky Conference championship for the ninth time last year, the Sacramento State men’s tennis team will look to defend its title - this time with seven new players. The Hornets are made up of 11 players, four of them are returners from last year’s championship team and seven of...

Men’s tennis swept in singles matches, loses to Nevada

Men’s tennis swept in singles matches, loses to Nevada

Josh Stanley

March 5, 2012


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State men’s tennis team lost its fifth match of the season after losing 4-1 to the University of Nevada on Friday at the Lakeridge Tennis Club. The Hornets came into the match with a far better singles record (17-23) than doubles record (5-16), but they looked like a more dominant do...

Women’s tennis remains undefeated, takes both ends of doubleheader Friday

Women’s tennis remains undefeated, takes both ends of doubleheader Friday

David Somers

February 25, 2012


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State women’s tennis team continued to dominate in conference play by beating both its opponents during a doubleheader Friday. The Sac State women, who are ranked No. 43 in the nation, remained undefeated in conference play by winning all seven of their matches in the morning against Web...

Men’s tennis takes Big Sky opener, splits doubleheader

Men’s tennis takes Big Sky opener, splits doubleheader

Gabriel Pacheco

February 19, 2012


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State men's tennis team split a doubleheader Saturday, winning its Big Sky Conference opener against Weber State in the morning, but falling to Saint Mary's in the afternoon. The Hornets 6-1 win against Weber State at Rio Del Oro Racquet Club was also the team's first victory of the season...

Women’s tennis unsuccessful in Tempe

Women’s tennis unsuccessful in Tempe

Joe de Ocampo

February 1, 2012


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State women's tennis team opened its season on Saturday, playing against the University of Southern California. On Sunday, it played against Texas Tech in Tempe, Ariz. The Hornets lost to both teams and dropped to No. 48 in the national rankings. On Saturday, the Hornets took on USC, ran...

Men’s tennis loses neutral-setting match to USF.

Men’s tennis loses neutral-setting match to USF.

Josh Stanley

January 28, 2012


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State men's tennis team was knocked out by the University of San Francisco 7-0 in Tucson, Ariz. In singles competition, the Hornets lost all six matches, but freshman Jonathan Hultkrantz put up the best fight after losing 4-6, 7-6, 10-6 in the No. 6 match to junior Jacob Hartwig. The No. 3...

Men’s tennis drops opener at Arizona

Men’s tennis drops opener at Arizona

Jonquil Williams

January 28, 2012


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State men's tennis team opened its season today in Tucson with a loss to No. 54 Arizona by a 4-3 score. Junior Aliaksandr Malko led the team in the No. 1 spot, with senior Javier Millan at the No. 2. The Hornets used four freshmen to fill out the remaining four positions. The Hornets even...

Tennis team brings in new talent as No. 1 player leaves

AJ Taylor

October 25, 2011


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State men’s tennis team will defend its third consecutive Big Sky Conference Tournament title and its fifth consecutive regular season title without seven players from last season’s roster. TennisRecruitment.net ranked Jason Smith, a former Hornet student-athlete, a five-star, blue-c...

Sac State women’s tennis aces on court and in classroom

Sac State women’s tennis aces on court and in classroom

State Hornet Staff

October 18, 2011


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The Sacramento State women’s tennis team has won the Big Sky Conference title each of the last 10 years and it hopes to continue the streak in the spring. The Hornets were ranked No. 29 in the nation last season and said their goal is to get in the top 20 this year. Sac State has also not suffered ...

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