Men’s Tennis: Feb. 7 Scoreboard

first_imgThe Bulldogs raced to the doubles point, taking a 6-1 victory at the 3 position when Julian Cash and Robin Haden defeated Giacomo Adoncecchi and Gonzalo Garcia. An injury halted the match at the 1 position with the Bulldogs’ top pair of Juan Cruz Estevarana and Florian Lakat leading Timo Kranz and Christoffer Appelgren 2-0. That included Blake Gregor who was in a tight battle with 63rd-ranked Tassilo Schmid. Gregor had lost the first set at 7-5, but was up 2-1 in the second set when the match was called. For the Bulldogs, it was their second win of the day after defeating Samford earlier. Domanski and Agritelley each won their matches in three sets vs. Trinity, while Bensley defeated Clayton Niess, 7-6, 6-3. New Orleans heads back to the court this coming Friday when they face their first conference foe in Abilene Christian. The match is scheduled for an 11 a.m. start. The twinbill split puts the Wildcats’ season record at 2-5, while Trinity improved to 2-1 and the Apaches fell to 0-1. Trinity 4, Abilene Christian 3ABILENE, Texas – Abilene Christian men’s tennis twice was pushed to its limits Saturday as the Wildcats followed a 4-3 win over Tyler Junior College with a 4-3 defeat against Trinity University, in which four singles matches went to a third set and all three doubles contests were decided by two points or less. Texas-Pan American 4, UIW 3Trinity 4, Abilene Christian 3No. 28 Mississippi State 4, New Orleans 0 In singles, the Bulldogs ended the first three matches in their favor. Estevarana defeated Rui Silva at the 2 position. Mississippi State then picked up wins at the 5 and 6 spot to seal the match. The other three singles matches went unfinished. Texas-Pan American 4, UIW 3Recap unavailable… – Return to top – Agritelley and Bensley lead the Wildcats this spring with matching 4-3 singles’ records and Domanski isn’t far behind at 3-4. No. 28 Mississippi State 4, New Orleans 0STARKVILLE, Miss. – The New Orleans Privateers men’s tennis team (2-3) could not match the 28th-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-2), falling 4-0 on Saturday evening at the A.J. Pitts Tennis Center. Agritelley, Domanski and Bensley were all victorious a second time in singles against Trinity at the No. 4 to 6 positions, but Adams couldn’t hold on at No. 3 against Aaron Skinner, falling 6-3, 2-6, 7-5. And at No. 2, Jordan Mayer came back from a set down to top ACU junior Jason Proctor, 5-7, 7-6, 6-4. The Wildcats return to action Friday at home for their Southland Conference opener vs. New Orleans at 11:44 a.m. ACU lost the doubles point in each dual but rallied all the way back from a 3-0 deficit against Tyler by receiving four consecutive victories from its No. 3 to 6 singles players. Freshmen Henry Adams and Paul Domanski, along with junior Marco Bensley won their matches in straight sets and then sophomore Nico Agritelley held off Ciro Lampasas at No. 3, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6. – Return to top – – Return to top –last_img