The Michigan State men’s tennis team improved its win streak to six as it concluded its Presidents Weekend events with a 6-1 victory over Army, Feb. 18.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team improved to 8-1 by defeating Cincinnati, 5-2 on Saturday morning at the MSU indoor tennis facility. It was the end of a five-match homestand for the Spartans, who finished with a 4-1 record over that span.
Michigan State men’s tennis team stretched its win streak to five after defeating Air Force 6-1 in the opening match of the Presidents’ Weekend, Feb. 17.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team concludes their five-match homestand as they welcome Cincinnati on Saturday, Feb. 18, with the match set to begin at 10 a.m. at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team improved to 7-1 on the season with a 5-2 win over Xavier on Sunday afternoon at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility. The Spartans took the doubles point, as they have in all seven wins this season, before Emily Metcalf, Davina Nguyen, Lexi Baylis and Athena Trouillot all picked up wins in singles play to give MSU the victory.
Michigan State men’s tennis team pushed its win streak to four after defeating Western Michigan and Chicago State, Feb. 11. MSU defeated instate rival Western Michigan 4-3, before defeating Chicago State 4-0 later in the evening. It was a solid weekend for the Spartans,” said head coach Gene Orlando. “We started the day off with a grind it out match win against WMU 4-3 and closed out the night with a 4-0 win over Chicago State.”
The Michigan State women’s tennis team continues their five-match homestand as they welcome Xavier on Sunday, Feb. 12, with the match set to begin at 12 p.m. at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility. Michigan State is looking to bounce back after suffering their first loss of the season, falling to No. 14 Auburn 4-3 last weekend. MSU also picked up two wins on the weekend after defeating Toledo 7-0 and Bowling Green 5-0. MSU is now 6-1 on the season.
Michigan State men’s tennis team will have one final doubleheader against Western Michigan and Chicago State, Feb. 11 to complete its seven-game road stretch.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team fell in a hard-fought battle with No. 14 Auburn, 4-3 on Sunday afternoon at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility. It was the Spartans first loss of the season, as they are now 6-1 on the year, while Auburn improves to 7-0 this spring.
Michigan State men’s tennis team fought for two victories on the road, Feb. 4. MSU defeated Ball State 5-2 in an afternoon match before downing IUPUI 4-3 in an evening match. At the conclusion of the weekend Michigan State improved to a record of 4-3 on the spring season.
Michigan State men’s tennis continues its seven-game road stretch this weekend traveling to Ball State and IUPUI for a double-header on Saturday, Feb. 4.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team returns home to begin a five-match homestand as they host Toledo, Bowling Green and No. 14 Auburn this weekend. Michigan State will host the Toledo Rockets and the Bowling Green Falcons on Saturday, Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., respectively. The Spartans will then host the No. 14 Auburn Tigers on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 12 p.m. All three matches will take place at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility.
Michigan State men’s tennis dropped a close 4-3 match on the road to Clemson, Jan. 29. “It was a tough loss,” said head coach Gene Orlando. “We put ourselves in a position to get a big win on the road and came up just short. The team really extended themselves and we played our best tennis of the season thus far. We are improving and sometimes you have to suffer before you win, this one stung.”
The Michigan State women’s tennis team built on its successful start to the season with a 4-3 win at UT-Arlington to improve to 4-0 on the year. Senior Athena Trouillot continued her historic run and now has the most overall wins in school history after picking up career win 131 today. Trouillot also became the MSU all-time singles wins leader last weekend.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team improved to 3-0 on the season with a 4-3 win at North Texas on Saturday afternoon. It was an impressive road victory for the Spartans, as the Mean Green have won 75 percent of their home matches under current head coach Sujay Lama, posting a 66-22 record. UNT hadn’t lost at home in over a year, with its last home loss coming April 1, 2015 vs. No. 17 TCU.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team fell 6-1 to Duke in the Sheffield Indoor Tennis Facility on Friday, Jan. 27.
The Michigan State womens tennis team hits the road for its first road matches of the spring season to take on North Texas and UT Arlington this weekend. MSU takes on the Mean Green of UNT on Saturday in Denton, Texas at 1 p.m. and then head to Arlington to face off with the Mavericks on Sunday at 11 a.m. ET.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team will continue to face opponents on the road as they travel to No. 25 Duke and Clemson this weekend. Michigan State will travel to Duke on Friday, Jan. 27. The meet against the Blue Devils is set to begin at 6 p.m. ET at the Sheffield Indoor Tennis Center. Michigan State will round out their two game road trip against Clemson on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 10 a.m. ET.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team got off to a hot start to the 2017 season, winning both of its matches on opening weekend. In the first dual matches of the Kim Bruno era as the Michigan State women’s tennis head coach, the Spartans started with a dominant 7-0 victory over Eastern Michigan before defeating Cleveland State, 7-0 to wrap up the first weekend.
Michigan State men’s tennis drops its contest 7-0 to Memphis in The Racquet Club of Memphis on Friday, Jan. 20. MSU dropped to 2-1 on the season, as Memphis opened the season 1-0.