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WSU tennis teams pick up Big Sky wins

WSU tennis teams pick up Big Sky wins

Saturday was an important day for the Weber State University tennis teams. The men’s team remained perfect in the Big Sky Conference, while the women’s team earned its first Big Sky win of the season. The men’s team squared off with the University of Montana on Saturday afternoon at the Ogden Athletic Club in a […]

WSU Tennis Club offers place for beginners and skilled players

The Weber State University Tennis Club is gearing up for a season of practices and tournaments. Co-presidents Jess Mullis and Matt Jackson started the club last semester. “We were both looking for a tennis club and realized that there wasn’t one, so we met up and got things going,” Mullis said. Mullis and Jackson said […]

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Over the weekend, the Weber State University women’s tennis team split two matches, first defeating the University of North Dakota, then falling to the University of Northern Colorado. Against UND, the Wildcats trailed early on, losing the doubles point. UND took all three doubles matches 8-4 and claimed an early point over WSU. But the […]

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Tennis team secures postseason spot

The Weber State University men’s tennis team secured its eighth win of the year in a narrow win against the University of Northern Colorado on Sunday. Freshman Jakub Gewert pulled off a 6-4 win over Brandon Lupo in the third set of the No. 1 singles match to give the Wildcats a 4-3 win over […]

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The Weber State University men’s tennis team knocked off in-state rival Utah State University on Wednesday, defeating the Aggies 4-3. WSU head coach Brad Ferreira said he was happy to see the team get the win, especially after losing to USU earlier in the year. “This is a good win for us,” Ferreira said. “They […]

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The Weber State University men’s tennis team fell to a team ranked 36th in the nation last week, losing 6-1 to Santa Clara University. The Broncos took the first point, winning the doubles No. 1 and 2 matches. The Wildcats won at No. 3 doubles, as Anthony Trabert and Ryan Garner took an 8-5 win […]

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