Marquette Wire

Men’s, Women’s tennis compete in Milwaukee Tennis Classic

Jacob Born

September 17, 2013

Filed under Sports

The men’s and women’s tennis teams hosted to the Milwaukee Tennis Classic this weekend. Structured as an individual tournament rather than a team event, no one on either team was named a champion or runner up. However, both ...

Men place 4th, Women 6th in Big East Tennis Championships

Jacob Born

April 23, 2013

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Marquette's tennis team traveled to Tampa, Fla., for the women’s Big East Championship, while the men had their Big East Championship in South Bend, Ind. The men went 1-2 for a fourth place finish, while the women went 2...

Tennis teams win season finales

Jacob Born

April 16, 2013

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Sophomore Cameron Tehrani waited for his opponent's serve. DePaul's Jan-Willem Feilzer rocketed a serve down the right side of the court, but Tehrani fought it off. Feilzer moved closer to the net as the two volleyed back and forth. Te...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: Golden Eagles looking to up consistency after individual competitions

Trey Killian

October 4, 2012

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The Marquette men’s tennis team split up last weekend to compete in both the Ball State Fall Invitational and ITA All-American in Tulsa, Okla. The pair of tournaments were a chance for players to improve individually ...

Men’s tennis: Mamalat leads a positive team dynamic

A. W. Herndon

October 25, 2011

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With his friend and high school nemesis freshman Michael Zhu of Michigan across the net, sophomore Dan Mamalat of the Marquette men’s tennis team acknowledged that this was a match that he could not afford to lose. The USTA/ITA...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: Mistakes Abound During First Tournament

A. W. Herndon

September 22, 2011

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Decisions are made in split seconds on the tennis court.  Fire a backhand winner? Play a short defensive slice? Members of the men's tennis team are under immense pressure to make the right choice every rally. After one weekend of ...

Men’s tennis grabs fifth place at Big East Championship tournament

Trey Killian

May 3, 2011

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The Marquette men’s tennis team ended its season Sunday with a 4-2 loss to No. 60 DePaul in the fifth-place game of the Big East Championship tournament. The Golden Eagles fell 4-0 to South Florida Friday but rebounded to defeat sevent...

Underdog MU looking to make noise in Big East Championship Tournament

Trey Killian

April 26, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette men’s tennis team (13-10) is set to begin Big East Championship play Wednesday against South Florida in South Bend, Ind. Sophomore Jose Carlos Gutierrez Crowley leads the Golden Eagles into battle on a three-gam...

Men take two over Bradley, Eastern Illinois

Erin Caughey

March 1, 2011

Filed under Sports

Following the example of their female counterparts, who shut out Detroit Mercy and Wisconsin-Green Bay, Marquette’s men’s tennis team delivered two shutout victories over the weekend against Bradley on Saturday and Eastern Illinois Sunday. The Golden Eagles improved to 7-5 and are riding t...

It’s viva la Munoz for men’s tennis

Erin Caughey

February 10, 2011

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The end of each match inches senior Jose Manuel Munoz closer to the end of his Marquette career. As the only senior on the team, he has an even bigger opportunity to make his mark on Marquette tennis. And as the only senior, his team...

Young team faces early test against Minnesota

Erin Caughey

January 18, 2011

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The Marquette men’s tennis team has finished fourth in the Big East the last four seasons and has had two members receive All-Big East honors the last two years under the guidance of coach Steve Rodecap. Both players who received conference honors are gone...