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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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The Weber State University women’s tennis team claimed its first win of the season on Tuesday against Idaho State University. WSU took a convincing 6-1 victory over its conference rivals. The Wildcats took an early lead, winning the No. 1 and 3 doubles matches. Kristi Elmer and Thais Kurer knocked off Svenja Tegtmeier and her […]

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Women’s tennis team remains winless

The Weber State University women’s tennis team almost got its first win of the early 2013 season on Saturday after dropping a 4-3 decision to Seattle University. The loss sent the Wildcats home winless on the two-match trip after Boise State University took a 7-0 victory in the team’s first match of the weekend. Against […]

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The Weber State University men’s tennis team fell to 0-2 on Saturday with a 6-1 loss against the University of Utah at the Eccles Tennis Center, then secured its first win of the season against Idaho State University. WSU started out well and claimed the first point of the tournament in the doubles matches. Oliver […]

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Tennis team hopeful for Big Sky Championship

After a promising preseason in September and October, the Weber State University men’s tennis team is gearing up for a potential championship year starting in January 2013. The new-look Wildcats kicked off their fall preseason and competitive debut of new head coach Brad Ferreira with success at their own WSU Fall Invitational, placing six in […]

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The Weber State University men’s tennis team finished off the WSU Fall Invitational on Saturday, placing six players in the top three across the four brackets. “I thought this was a fantastic tournament for us,” said WSU Head Coach Brad Ferreira. “We were very competitive across all four draws, and we saw some great play […]

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