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Tennis teams face ranked opponents in respective openers

Jacob Born

January 22, 2013

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The men’s and women’s tennis teams started their respective seasons this past weekend, and both faced ranked opponents. The men’s team lost 7-0 to No. 30 Notre Dame, while the women’s team lost to No. 41 Minnesota 5-2...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: Individual work the focus over winter break

Kyle Doubrava

November 29, 2012

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Although the men's tennis team's first spring match is nearly eight weeks away, that doesn't mean the players have completely packed up until next semester. The Golden Eagles will be focusing on conditioning and getting into optimal physical form for the season opener Jan. 19 at Notre Dame. Coach Ste...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: Golden Eagles bounce back in Evanston

Kyle Doubrava

October 30, 2012

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Marquette men’s tennis coach Steve Rodecap wanted to see improvement after a disappointing output at Michigan State two weekends ago. He asked, and he sure did receive. Junior Dan Mamalat and sophomore Vukasin Teofanovic both went 3-0 in singles play this past weekend at the Wildc...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: MU looking to rebound at Northwestern

Kyle Doubrava

October 25, 2012

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With only two more weekend tournaments on the fall schedule for the Marquette men’s tennis team, time for improvement before regular season play is running thin. The Golden Eagles are participating in the Northwestern Wildcat Invite this weekend, and the team has been dedicating this week in pra...

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 ...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: Varela Hernani making adjustments on new grounds

Kyle Doubrava

September 27, 2012

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Marquette freshman Javier Varela Hernani had a difficult choice to make last year in his native Spain. Since European colleges generally don’t allow students to pursue athletics and academics at once, Varela Hernani n...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: Team looks to strike early, often

Kyle Doubrava

September 11, 2012

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This weekend’s Milwaukee Tennis Classic will be Marquette's first chance at competition this fall, and the Golden Eagles are ready to hit the ground running. Marquette will be one of four men’s teams playing in the...

Marquette Tennis: Rain cuts men and women’s seasons short

Trey Killian

April 24, 2012

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The Marquette men’s and women’s tennis teams saw their seasons end quicker than they would’ve liked in the Big East Championships due to inclement weather conditions. Both squads were in the midst of taking on Georgetown in the consolation round Saturday after losing on Friday when ra...

Marquette Tennis: Action in Big East Championships begins today

Trey Killian

April 19, 2012

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The Marquette women’s and men’s tennis teams head down to Tampa, Fla., this week to battle for the Big East championships. The men’s squad secured the sixth seed in their bracket and will take on St. John’s Friday, while...

Marquette Men’s Tennis: Jaguars no match for Golden Eagles

Trey Killian

January 31, 2012

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Marquette men’s tennis bounced back in a big way after being swept at Minnesota, beating IUPUI 6-1 in its home opener on Friday. Marquette found itself tied 1-1 in doubles after sophomore Dan Mamalat and junior Jose Carlos Gutierrez Crowley won their ...