April 9, 2006
Los Angeles, Calif. - Loyola Marymount men's tennis dropped a tough 5-2 match at Sacramento State Saturday. LMU (11-10) will continue the Nor-Cal road swing Sunday, when the Lions take on UC Davis.
"I was disappointed in the way we performed today," LMU Head Coach Nik DeVore said. "We came out really flat and just couldn't recover. We have to get better at playing on the road. Our energy and enthusiasmare usually quite good at home. We have to figure out a way to duplicatethat when we are on the road if we are going to have success at the upcoming West Coast Conferencetournament."
Mike Chan and Nico Terrien continued their hot streak, winning this timeat No.2 doubles 8-6 against Foy and Perez of Sac State.
In singles play, Terrienlost 6-1, 5-7, 11-9 at No.1.
Mike Wojnarowicz fought back hard after dropping the firstset 6-1 to win the match 6-1, 7-5 in the second and third sets over Gabriel Loredo.
Reyniere Roxas finished one set before his opponent was forced to retiredue to injury.
The Lions will look to rebound tomorrow against a tough UC Davis team. "We will have to step things up tomorrow," DeVore said.
Doubles and singles results to follow.