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Heading into Saturday’s match with a 0-5 Pac-12 record, the Washington men’s tennis team was looking to get in the winning column against a bitter rival: Oregon.
After being swept twice in a row, the Washington men’s tennis team hopes to turn its Pac-12 form around in an upcoming match against a familiar opponent: Oregon.
The Washington men’s tennis team could not keep up with 16th-ranked USC on Friday, suffering a 4-0 sweep on the road, its fourth straight Pac-12 loss.
After getting its first away wins last week, the Washington men’s tennis team remains in Southern California, where it will try to find its first Pac-12 win of the year.
After struggling on the road throughout the season, the Washington men’s tennis team pulled out its second away win in a row with a close 4-3 victory over San Diego State.
After losing six away games in a row, the Washington men’s tennis team got its first win on the road in a close 4-3 victory against UC Santa Barbara.
The Washington mens’ tennis team lost their second match in a row Monday, as the UW lost to Pepperdine 6-1, even after another good day from star sophomore Clement Chidekh.
The Washington men's tennis team fell to Utah, 4-3 at Bill Quillian Stadium, even after having a chance to clinch the match on four different courts Friday.
After getting their third win in a row against Portland, the Washington men’s tennis team heads into next week with a home Pac-12 match against Utah and three away matches.
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