A Split for Men's Tennis

    The UCSD men’s tennis team split the four matches it played at the Cal Poly Pomona Team Tournament in Pomona and at Azusa Pacific this weekend.

    The Tritons faced California Collegiate Athletic Association rival UC Davis Friday. The Aggies showed UCSD a thing or two about Division II play, winning 6-3. Everett Schroeter picked up a singles victory for the Tritons. The Tritons also picked up two wins in doubles.

    In their next match, UCSD downed the Colorado School of Mines by a score of 6-3. Sameer Chopra, Dan Albrecht and Schroeter each picked up singles victories. The Tritons also swept doubles action.

    UCSD again looked strong against Morehouse College, winning 7-2. Chopra, Albrecht, Schroeter and Blake Wilson-Hayden each earned singles victories. Again, UCSD’s strong doubles team swept their three matches.

    UCSD then fell to Azusa Pacific 6-3. Schroeter was the only successful singles player. The doubles squads won two of their three matchups.

    Brandeis University and New Mexico University come to town Friday. Games start at 9:30 and 2:30.

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