Men's Tennis

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  • Tyler Rushmeyer
Apr. 16, 2007
The Minnesota men's tennis team ended its successful week on a downswing Sunday against border rival Wisconsin at the Baseline Tennis Center. The 36th-ranked Gophers...
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  • Tyler Rushmeyer
Apr. 13, 2007
The Minnesota men's tennis team took its first step up the Big Ten ladder Wednesday against unranked Iowa to begin its weeklong home stand. Starting this afternoon, the 36th-ranked Gophers (13-6 overall, 3-3 Big Ten) look to take two more big steps...
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Apr. 12, 2007
The Minnesota men's tennis team halted a three-match skid, returned to a .500 conference mark and improved its NCAA tournament chances Wednesday, all thanks to its narrow defeat of Iowa at the Baseline Tennis Center....
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  • Tyler Rushmeyer
Apr. 11, 2007
The Minnesota men's tennis team appeared to hit a wall both physically and mentally in its last three conference matches. Quickly dropping from a top-25 spot and losing its undefeated conference record...
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  • Tyler Rushmeyer
Apr. 05, 2007
Senior Mikey Kantar took up tennis in South Minneapolis at a young age. Over a decade later, his tenure of competitive play is coming to a close in the very same city. In the midst of his final semester of eligibility...
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  • Tyler Rushmeyer
Mar. 30, 2007
It's not Ohio State, but the Minnesota men's tennis team will not be coming across a lull in the schedule anytime soon as it plays host to two top-40 teams this weekend...
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  • Tyler Rushmeyer
Mar. 29, 2007
Battling through constant pain and frustration for the sake of the team is what defines senior Ida Malmberg. In her final semester at Minnesota, she finds her individual goals derailed by a knee surgery....
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  • Tyler Rushmeyer
Mar. 23, 2007
The Big Ten season is in full swing for the Minnesota men's tennis team and a one-two punch of conference foes awaits the team this weekend on the road. The Gophers (11-3, 1-0 Big Ten) will match up with Indiana first on Saturday before traveling to Columbus...
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Oct. 19, 2006
Penn State is the only Big Ten team that won't be at the Midwest Regional.
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Sep. 27, 2006
On July 25, Athletics Director Joel Maturi hired Geoff Young to replace David Geatz as Minnesota's men's tennis coach. After nearly two months on the job, Young sat down with the Daily.
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Sep. 25, 2006
Usually the fall portion of the women's tennis season has very little significance. But for Minnesota's women's tennis player Danielle Mousseau, her trip to Philadelphia was an important one.
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Sep. 18, 2006
With a roster full of fresh faces, Minnesota women's tennis coach Tyler Thomson said he was looking to evaluate his overhauled rosters' competitive nature and composure this weekend at the Gopher Invitational. And with Gophers players combining to play 65 matches in three days, Thomson had more than enough time to see what his roster was made of during the nine-team tournament at Baseline Tennis Center. For the weekend, Minnesota went 25-12 in singles action, while their seven doubles teams went 15-13 collectively.
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Sep. 15, 2006
With the addition of seven new players to accompany seven returning players, Minnesota's women's tennis team will rely on many unfamiliar faces to return the Gophers to the upper echelon of the Big Ten this spring. But first, Minnesota will have to integrate the old with the new this fall, which coach Tyler Thomson said already has begun during the first week and a half of practice.
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  • C.J. Spang
Jul. 26, 2006
It won't be easy replacing the Minnesota men's tennis team's all-time winningest coach, but someone has to do it. That someone is Geoff Young, former men's tennis coach at the University of Denver, who was hired as the Gophers' new head coach Tuesday. In six years with the Pioneers, Young compiled a 71-68 record and led the team to a school-best fourth place finish in the Sun Belt conference last season.
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  • Robert Mews
May. 24, 2006
Closing out a coaching career with an NCAA championship would be near the top of Minnesota's men's tennis coach David Geatz's career objectives. But coaching his son D.J. to a singles championship this week in Stanford, Calif., would certainly top that list.
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