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Men’s tennis triumphs in Big Sky quarterfinal

Men’s tennis triumphs in Big Sky quarterfinal

Spencer Thompson

May 1, 2016

Fifth-seeded Sacramento State's men’s tennis team beat fourth-seeded Montana 4-2 in the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Conference Tournament at Gold River Racquet Club on Friday afternoon. The Hornets got an early advantage in the match by winning the doubles point against a Montana team who t...

Portland State prevails 4-3 over Sac State men’s tennis

State Hornet Staff

April 11, 2015

The Sacramento State men's tennis team continued their trend of close contests today with their 4-3 loss to the Portland State University Vikings. Eight of their last 12 matches have been decided by one point.For the Hornets this loss was significant, because of the seeding they will receive in the Big Sky C...

Men’s tennis downs Saint Mary’s 4-3

Aaron Asmus

April 1, 2015

The Sacramento State men's tennis team beat Saint Mary's College today with strong singles play, especially at the top of their lineup.The Hornets are learning how to play and compete in close competitions as the match against Saint Mary's was the sixth in the Hornets' last nine that was decided by a ...

Men’s tennis takes care of North Dakota and Northern Colorado at home

Men’s tennis takes care of North Dakota and Northern Colorado at home

Aaron Asmus

March 18, 2015

Men's tennis had one of their most successful days of the year, getting two wins over two Big Sky Conference opponents today.The Hornets started against University of North Dakota and were able to take the first six points of the match and ended up winning 6-1. Against University of Northern Colorado,...

Men’s tennis loses tight match 4-3 at Gonzaga

Aaron Asmus

March 15, 2015

Sacramento State men's tennis finished their third match in three days against Gonzaga on Sunday and lost 4-3.The Hornets secured the doubles point with strong performances from the freshmen duos of Christopher Clayton and Kasparas Zemaitelis and Tom Miller and Sean Kolar.Clayton and Zemaitelis have been o...

Men’s tennis dominates Southern Utah in 7-0 shutout

Men’s tennis dominates Southern Utah in 7-0 shutout

Aaron Asmus

March 8, 2015

Sacramento State men's tennis had one of its most dominant performances of the season against Southern Utah University for the Hornets' first shutout of the year.The Hornets did not drop a single set all day, with the closest game happening in the No. 2 singles match with Roy Brandys, who won his se...

Men’s tennis drops its match against UT Arlington

Aaron Asmus

March 7, 2015

Men's tennis played a more competitive match today against University of Texas at Arlington, but were not able to come away with the win as the men lost 5-2.Juniors Sean Kolar and Joaquin Marquez won their singles matches today to score the two match points for the Hornets.For Marquez, this match was ...

Men’s tennis drops match 5-0 to Southern Methodist University

Aaron Asmus

March 6, 2015

Sacramento State men's tennis was not able to win a single set Friday vs. Southern Methodist University and lost the overall match 5-0.SMU is 12-2 on the season thus far and has won eight of its last nine season matches.Senior Roy Brandys was the closest to taking a set as the No. 2 singles player fo...

Men’s tennis wins first conference match 4-3 over Weber State

Aaron Asmus

February 27, 2015

In the first conference match of the year for the Hornets, Sacramento State's men's tennis team was able to secure a win that came down to the final point against Weber State.This win was particularly impressive because the Hornets were without Niranjan Ram and Marek Marksoo, two of the key players on the t...

Men’s tennis drops its third consecutive match in 6-1 loss to UOP

Men’s tennis drops its third consecutive match in 6-1 loss to UOP

State Hornet Staff

February 21, 2015

Sacramento State men's tennis was unable to come out ahead in a highly contested battle against the University of Pacific, losing 6-1.Despite Pacific’s 1-8 record heading into the match, the Hornets didn't take their opponents lightly having had close matches over the past few seasons with them.“It ...

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