The Wisconsin men’s tennis ( 5-6 Big Ten, 13-11 overall) team finished out the regular season with a pair of Big Ten road matches this weekend.
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A dominant month of March has earned the UW men’s tennis team some well-deserved national recognition. After going a perfect 5-0 last month, including two victories against ranked teams, the Badgers have cracked the ITA team rankings for the first time this spring, checking in at No. 46.
The Wisconsin’s men’s tennis team (3-2 Big Ten, 11-7 overall) split their two home conference matches against ranked opponents this past weekend at Nielsen Tennis Stadium. The team got off to a great start by knocking off No. 44 Penn State (1-4, 11-9) on Friday, 4-3 in a tightly contested match. The Badgers scored an important win over a ranked opponent and improved to a perfect 10-0 at home this year.
It was a day of firsts for the Wisconsin men’s tennis team Saturday afternoon in Lincoln, Ne.
As the Wisconsin men’s tennis team (6-6 overall, 0-1 Big Ten) reached the halfway point of the spring season, this weekend produced a familiar set of results. The Badgers continued their dominating play at home and in doubles action but were again unable to break through and capture that elusive first win of the season away from Madison.
The Wisconsin men’s tennis tennis team (0-1 Big Ten, 5-5 overall) continued an unsettling trend Saturday night in Minneapolis. As dominant as the Badgers have been at home this season — where they have yet to be defeated — they have remained unable to carry that success with them outside of Madison.
The University of Wisconsin men’s tennis team (5-4) bounced back from a tough road trip with a resounding 6-1 victory over in-state rival Marquette (5-2) on Friday at Nielsen Tennis Stadium. The Badgers dominated the match from the start, taking the doubles point early and then sweeping the first four singles matches to clinch the win.
It has been a tale of two seasons thus far for the Wisconsin men’s tennis team (4-4) as through eight games, the Badgers sit at .500.
The Wisconsin men’s tennis team (4-4) trekked out west this weekend for a pair of matches against formidable Pac-12 foes Oregon and Washington. However, the Badgers came away empty-handed, losing both matches 5-2 in tough fashion. The squad started out the road trip by taking on an Oregon team that head coach Danny Westerman called a “very good team” that also features both a top-20 singles player, Thomas Laurent, and doubles pair, Laurent and Cormac Clissold. Oregon brought a 4-2 record into the match, with their only two losses coming against No. 5 powerhouse Stanford and No. 23 Cal.
The Wisconsin men’s tennis team will attempt to win its first matches of the spring season away from Madison this weekend, when it travels west to face some unfamiliar foes.
The Wisconsin men’s tennis team returned to their winning ways in impressive fashion this weekend, with a pair of victories at Nielsen Tennis Center on Saturday.
The Wisconsin men’s tennis team (2-2) struggled in their first weekend series away from home, as they dropped both of their matches. In their opening match of the ITA Kick-Off tournament in Stillwater, Okla., to 13th-ranked Mississippi State, UW fell 4-1. It was a tough start to the tournament for the Badgers, as they faced a nationally-ranked Bulldogs team that boasts four singles players ranked in the preseason top-125 rankings, including third-ranked Nuno Borges.
After knocking out the second overall seed in the quarterfinal of ITA Nationals tournament this weekend, seniors Chema Carranza and Joe Dodridge were in uncharted territory. The talented doubles pair became the first players from Wisconsin to ever make the national semifinals.
When Chema Carranza and Joe Dodridge made history last week, the senior tennis players were both so overcome with emotion that they didn’t know what to say to each other.
Men's tennis: Wisconsin Badgers look to pick up two Big Ten victories on the road, take on No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes Sunday
This weekend, the Wisconsin Badgers (5-2 Big Ten, 14-4 overall) will continue their Big Ten road trip against Penn State (1-2, 13-8) Friday and No. 2 Ohio State (7-0, 22-3) Sunday.
Men's tennis: Wisconsin Badgers face struggling Michigan State Spartans; face huge test against Michigan Wolverines
This weekend the Badgers head East to Michigan to face off against the Spartans on Saturday and the Wolverines on Sunday.
The No. 30 Wisconsin Badgers continued their undefeated start to Big Ten play Friday night as they upset the No. 19 Northwestern Wildcats 4-2, beating the Wildcats for the first time since 2011.
In head coach Danny Westerman’s first year at the helm in 2015, the Badgers managed to double the previous year’s win total with 14 victories, their best season in half a decade.
Friday, the No. 31 Wisconsin men’s tennis team (8-2) hosted its last two non-conference opponents in a double header.
This past weekend was a mixed bag for the Wisconsin men’s tennis team. Against the No. 43 Clemson Tigers (8-4 overall), the No. 31 Badgers (6-2) ran away with a 4-1 victory on Saturday. It was a team effort, but the biggest standout of the day was sophomore Osgar O’Hoisin. O’Hoisin took his doubles match with ease, playing alongside senior John Zordani. The Dublin, Ireland, native came out for another go in singles, where he took care of Clemson’s Sam Edwards. disposing of him in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2.