Men's Tennis

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  • 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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Feb. 01, 2008
A twisted ankle. A bum knee. A sore shoulder. It's as if the Minnesota women's tennis team has been cursed with injuries in recent years. When is the last time Gophers head coach Tyler Thomson can remember having a healthy team at the ...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Feb. 01, 2008
A twisted ankle. A bum knee. A sore shoulder. It's as if the Minnesota women's tennis team has been cursed with injuries in recent years. When is the last time Gophers head coach Tyler Thomson can remember having a healthy team at the ...
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Oct. 22, 2007
Right now Baylor men's tennis coach Matt Knoll is probably kicking himself for not saving a scholarship for Raoul Schwark. After all, who wouldn't want a player who has won nearly 80 percent of his singles matches the last three years?...
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Oct. 18, 2007
Anyone looking to watch elite collegiate tennis should look no further than the Baseline Tennis Center this weekend. The Minnesota men's tennis team will host the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Midwest Men's Regional Championships...
By
  • Zach Eisendrath
Oct. 12, 2007
As an undergraduate at Northwestern University, Geoff Young said he never really thought about being a collegiate tennis coach. "I was thinking about getting homework done at night," Young said....
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Oct. 04, 2007
When Minnesota men's tennis coach Geoff Young and top singles player Raoul Schwark boarded a plane for Tulsa, Okla. Wednesday morning, the pair left Minneapolis with different expectations of what can be accomplished this weekend...
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Sep. 24, 2007
Raoul Schwark of the Minnesota men's tennis team plowed through the singles field at the Princeton Invitational in business-like fashion to win his first collegiate singles championship this weekend. The senior from Dalheim, Germany entered the Gophers' season-opening tournament with a combination...
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  • Zach Eisendrath
Sep. 21, 2007
When the Minnesota men's tennis team opens its fall season this weekend at the Princeton Invitational, like it or not, Raoul Schwark will have a target on his back...
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  • Nick Gerhardt
Aug. 08, 2007
The United States Tennis Association inducted three former University tennis players into the Northern Hall of Fame on July 20. Bernie Gunderson, Dave Matthews and Jack Thommen joined the list of the 15 other Gophers honored in the hall...
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