After his tennis match is over, Michigan State sophomore Anthony Pero makes sure to say a warm hello toward the live streaming cameras on the court. He’s not saying hello to just any fans watching, but to three special people signed on from Germany.
Michigan State men’s tennis gained an early edge after claiming the doubles point as they went on to defeat Western Michigan, 4-3, Friday evening inside the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility.
Michigan State women’s tennis defeated Alabama, 5-2, on Thursday evening at the Baumgardner Indoor Facility in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Michigan State men’s tennis returns home for a doubleheader on Saturday, Jan. 25 against Ball State (10 a.m.) and Niagara (6 p.m.) inside the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility. Free coffee, doughnuts, and pizza will be provided throughout the day.
Michigan State tennis used momentum after clinching the doubles point to knock off Toledo, 4-3 , Saturday afternoon at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility. MSU claimed the doubles point and added singles wins on courts two, three and six.
Michigan State’s men’s tennis team completed day one of the Big Ten Indoor individual championships, Friday evening at the Dillon Tennis Center in Lincoln, Neb. Five Spartans competed at the event, with Carson Gates collecting MSU’s lone win on the day.
Michigan State men’s tennis student-athletes Anthony Peroand John Carlin wrapped up play Saturday at the ITA Midwest Regional in Columbus.
Two Michigan State men’s tennis student-athletes competed Friday at the ITA Midwest Regional in Columbus.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team wrapped up day two of the Farnsworth-Ivy Plus and Bayliss Invite with eight wins. Sophomore Anthony Perf improved to 3-0 on the weekend with two singles wins, while junior John Carlin added two wins in singles action. Freshmen Drew Keene and Kazuki Matsuno each collected their first collegiate win for the Spartans on the day.
The Michigan State men’s tennis team opens fall play this weekend, with trips to South Bend, Ind. and Princeton, N.J. for the Ivy-Plus and Bayliss Invitational.
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The Spartan Hockey team travels to Columbus, go beyond the benches with Director of Hockey Operations, Brad Fast and travel the world in an emotional story with Men’s Tennis’ Ivan Rakic.
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Michigan State is back in action this weekend as they head out East to play in the Arthur Ashe Invitational at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York starting Friday, January 18. The Spartans will have three duals in three days from the Lichtenberg Tennis Center as they face-off with Yale, Army, and Cal Poly on January 18-20.
In front of a pair of great crowds, the Michigan State men’s tennis team started their season strong on Saturday, January 12, defeating both Xavier and Chicago State to open the dual meet season from the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility.
The Michigan State women’s tennis team begins its 2018 fall campaign at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic. The tournament takes place at the Western Racquet Club from Thursday, Sept. 20 through Saturday, Sept. 22. The finals will take place at the Al McGuire Center at Marquette University on Sunday, Sept. 24.
Michigan State Athletics and PNC Bank are partnering to recognize the PNC Achievers Student-Athlete of the Month. Throughout the 2018-19 season, deserving Spartan student-athletes will be recognized for displaying well-rounded achievement through leadership in the classroom, in the community, and in competition. The honorees for September are seniors Matt Sokol and Davina Nguyen.
Michigan State men’s tennis hosted the first outdoor home match of the season on Saturday afternoon against Nebraska, falling in a hard-fought match, 4-3, during Senior Weekend.
Michigan State women’s tennis fell to No. 23 Michigan, 4-0, on Senior Day, Saturday afternoon at the MSU Outdoor Tennis Courts.
Michigan State women’s tennis (15-7, 6-4 B1G) will host No. 23 Michigan (13-9, 9-1 B1G) for senior day on Saturday, April 21 at 3:30 p.m. to conclude the regular season. Weather permitting, the match will be played on the MSU Outdoor Tennis Courts.
Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site