Men's Tennis

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  • Zach Eisendrath
Apr. 03, 2008
Just how high-quality are Big Ten men's and women's tennis matches this spring? For starters, the Northwestern women's team has won 11 straight matches and is the clear-cut No. 1 team in the country; proving so with an impressive ...
Apr. 03, 2008
Just how high-quality are Big Ten men's and women's tennis matches this spring? For starters, the Northwestern women's team has won 11 straight matches and is the clear-cut No. 1 team in the country; proving so with an impressive ...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Mar. 31, 2008
It wasn't a weekend in which the Minnesota women's tennis team did what it wanted to do, but it was a weekend in which the Gophers did what they needed to do. Coach Tyler Thomson's squad picked up a much-needed first win of the Big Ten ...
Mar. 31, 2008
It wasn't a weekend in which the Minnesota women's tennis team did what it wanted to do, but it was a weekend in which the Gophers did what they needed to do. Coach Tyler Thomson's squad picked up a much-needed first win of the Big Ten ...
Mar. 28, 2008
If the Minnesota women's tennis team wants to achieve its preseason goal of qualifying for the NCAA tournament, the Gophers need to start picking up quality wins, and sooner rather than later. The Gophers, now ranked No. 57 in the ITA collegiate...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Mar. 28, 2008
If the Minnesota women's tennis team wants to achieve its preseason goal of qualifying for the NCAA tournament, the Gophers need to start picking up quality wins, and sooner rather than later. The Gophers, now ranked No. 57 in the ITA collegiate...
Mar. 27, 2008
For the Minnesota men's tennis team, life with Tobias Wernet at the top of the lineup sure is better than life without the freshman from Mainz, Germany. Wernet, one of coach Geoff Young's first recruits leading the Gophers, was poised to be a fixture at the top of Minnesota's ...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Mar. 27, 2008
For the Minnesota men's tennis team, life with Tobias Wernet at the top of the lineup sure is better than life without the freshman from Mainz, Germany. Wernet, one of coach Geoff Young's first recruits leading the Gophers, was poised to be a fixture at the top of Minnesota's ...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Mar. 24, 2008
Sometime over the last two months - between road trips to Arizona, Texas, Idaho and California - the Minnesota men's tennis team went from a squad looking to make its 14th NCAA tournament appearance in 15 years, to a team just trying ...
Mar. 24, 2008
Sometime over the last two months - between road trips to Arizona, Texas, Idaho and California - the Minnesota men's tennis team went from a squad looking to make its 14th NCAA tournament appearance in 15 years, to a team just trying ...
Mar. 03, 2008
Minnesota women's tennis coach Tyler Thomson has pushed his team mentally and physically in recent weeks, hoping it will respond positively when put in pressure-packed situations. From the looks of things Sunday afternoon, the Gophers ...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Mar. 03, 2008
Minnesota women's tennis coach Tyler Thomson has pushed his team mentally and physically in recent weeks, hoping it will respond positively when put in pressure-packed situations. From the looks of things Sunday afternoon, the Gophers ...
Feb. 29, 2008
The way Minnesota women's tennis coach Tyler Thomson sees things, his team is just as talented as nearly every opponent remaining on the Gophers' schedule. What will decide how well Minnesota does between now and May will be based on how ...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Feb. 29, 2008
The way Minnesota women's tennis coach Tyler Thomson sees things, his team is just as talented as nearly every opponent remaining on the Gophers' schedule. What will decide how well Minnesota does between now and May will be based on how ...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Feb. 04, 2008
The first weekend of the spring season was a tough one for the Minnesota men's tennis team as the Gophers lost a pair of home duals. Against head coach Geoff Young's former team, Denver, Minnesota fell 5-2 at the Baseline Tennis Center ...
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