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Men’s tennis rolls past McKendree in fall season opener

The Washington University men’s tennis team served up a win in their season opener as they took down the Division II McKendree University Bearcats 8-1 on Saturday at Tao Tennis Center.

Nivan Lakshman | Contributing Reporter

Men’s tennis earns 11th straight victory

The No. 14 Washington University men’s tennis team closed out its regular season with a 6-3 win over Division II McKendree University on Saturday. The victory was the Bears’ 11th straight heading into University Athletic Association Championships this weekend and pushed the team’s record to 14-5. Wash. U. has not lost since March 15 against Division II No.

| Editor-in-Chief

Men’s tennis beats McKendree

The Washington University men’s tennis team won its third straight home match on Friday as it beat Division II McKendree University 7-2. Wash. U. and McKendree had previously faced off on Feb. 3, and the Bears won in an easy 9-0 victory. While the Friday match wasn’t a sweep, the end result was fairly similar for the Bears.

Women’s tennis competes in Midwest Invitational

The No. 17 Washington University women’s tennis team (12-3) traveled to Madison, Wis., for the 2011 Midwest Invitational as the fifth seed and finished in third place overall with victories over No. 11 Gustavus Adolphus College and No. 14 DePauw University. The team’s only loss came to No. 3 University of Chicago.

| Sports Editor

Women’s tennis: Bears upset in first round, take 5th at UAAs

The No. 14 Washington University women’s tennis team was unable to maintain its lead over the University of Rochester and fell 5-4 to the Yellowjackets to start the University Athletic Association tournament in Cleveland, Ohio. “The effort was there. We definitely wanted to do well, but I think it was all in the preparation.

| Associate Editor

Men’s basketball: Barrage of 3’s boosts Bears in Lopata Classic

The No. 1 Washington University men’s basketball team was deadly this weekend in the 26th annual Lopata Classic—deadly, of course, from beyond the arc.

| Sports Editor

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