Men's Tennis

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In total, Minnesota had five players in two tournaments over the weekend.
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Mon, 10/12/2015
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The paring of redshirt senior Julia Courter and senior Paula Rincon-Otero finished 0-2 in doubles, while sophomore Caroline Ryba went 1-1 in singles for the Gophers at the All-American Championships that concluded on Oct.
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In total, Minnesota had five players in two tournaments over the weekend.
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Thu, 05/07/2015
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After missing the NCAA tournament last year, the Gophers are looking to regain ground in the national postseason tournament.
 
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Minnesota heads to NCAA tourney after successful regular season.
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Thu, 04/30/2015
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As a kid, Jack Hamburg used hit to tennis balls back and forth with his mother at the local tennis club in Rapid City, S.D. 
 
Even though he played often, he wasn’t completely sold on being a tennis player.
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Senior Jack Hamburg was the 20th ranked recruit coming out of high school.
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Mon, 04/27/2015
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After earning a share of the Big Ten regular season title for the first time since 1995, the Gophers headed into the conference tournament on a high note.
 
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The men's team is expected to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA tourney.
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Mon, 04/20/2015
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The Gophers haven’t won the Big Ten regular season title since 1995.
 
But with two upset victories against third-ranked Illinois and No. 27 Northwestern this weekend, No. 33 Minnesota clinched a share of the conference title.
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Minnesota finished its regular season with a 10-1 record in conference play.
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Thu, 04/16/2015
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The Gophers saved one of their most challenging weekends of the regular season for last.
 
No. 33 Minnesota is set to face third-ranked Illinois and Northwestern, two teams right next to the Gophers in the Big Ten standings.
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The team will face third-ranked Illinois and Northwestern at home.
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Mon, 04/13/2015
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After defeating Michigan and Michigan State on the road, No. 32 Minnesota improved to 8-1 in conference play over the weekend.
 
The team has also won seven of its last eight Big Ten matches.
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The Gophers bested Michigan and Michigan State over the weekend.
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Wed, 04/08/2015
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Mathieu Froment and Jack Hamburg were randomly paired together for doubles during their sophomore year.
“We won both matches, and we’ve been playing [together] ever since,” Hamburg said.
And it’s worked out for the Gophers, as the two seniors have honed their game and built chemistry together.
Winning the doubles point gives a team the advantage heading into the singles competition, and the duo has helped the Gophers do that for the past three seasons.
Out of 21 meets this season, Minnesota has won the doubles point 17 times. And of those 17 times, they’ve won a total of 15 meets.

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Mathieu Froment and Jack Hamburg in their third year of playing together.
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Thu, 04/02/2015
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The Gophers will look to extend their time atop the Big Ten this weekend against two conference opponents while on the road.
 
No. 29 Minnesota is tied with Illinois for first in the conference standings and will take on No. 11 Ohio State and No.
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Both the men’s and women’s teams defeated two Big Ten opponents.
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Mon, 03/30/2015
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The Gophers men’s tennis team has struggled on the road this season, compiling a 2-4 record.

But it has had no trouble at home, and this weekend was no exception.

With victories against Purdue and No. 39 Indiana, No. 31 Minnesota improved to a perfect 10-0 at the Baseline Tennis Center over the weekend with the Gophers sweeping both teams 4-0.

“We played well in front of a big crowd, especially against Indiana, [which] is a good  team,” head coach Geoff Young said.

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