Men’s tennis brief

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Men’s tennis had a bittersweet weekend with a 5-2 loss at No. 51 Clemson Saturday and a 4-3 win at Furman Sunday, ending a four-match losing streak.

Freshman Thibault Troude scored Marquette’s only singles win against Clemson, defeating sophomore Juan Bolona 2-6, 6-2, 6-4.

The Golden Eagles did claim the doubles point, winning two of the three matches.

Senior Jose Manuel Munoz and junior Jonathan Schwerin teamed up to beat Clemson’s senior duo of Derek DiFazio and Kevin Galloway 8-6. Sophomore Jose Carlos Crowley and freshman Dan Mamalat also won their doubles match for Marquette against redshirt freshman Yannick Maden and sophomore Zachary Rigsby 9-8.

Freshman Logon Collins led the team to victory against Furman with his 6-1, 6-7, 7-5 win over sophomore Tyler Droll.

Though the Golden Eagles dropped the doubles point, Munoz, Crowley and sophomore Otavio Perim all picked up singles wins to seal the victory.

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