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The WCC weekend included Loyola Marymount men's tennis, as they cruised to victories over Cal Lutheran (7-0) and Westmont (8-1) this weekend


 

 
 
lt;bgt;San Francisco 6, Gonzaga 1lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; Reid Arthur won the only singles match for the Gonzaga University men's tennis team, but it was not enough to take on West Coast Conference opponent University of San Francisco as the Dons defeated the Bulldogs, 6-1, on Monday afternoon. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; With the loss, Gonzaga fell to 4-8 on the year. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;LMU 7, Cal Lutheran 0lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; lt;bgt;LMU 8, Westmont 1lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; Loyola Marymount men's tennis cruised to victories over Cal Lutheran (7-0) and Westmont (8-1) this weekend. The Lions, who won ten of the twelve singles match-ups this weekend in straight sets, were led by sophomore Michael Wojnarowicz, who has now won 19 straight games. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; LMU dropped Cal Lutheran 7-0 on Saturday. Freshman Linas Cincenas defeated No. 38 (DIII) Quinn Caldaron 6-1, 6-3. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; The Lions faced Westmont on Sunday, and using the nine-point scoring system, defeated Westmont 8-1. Wojnarowicz, who had come back for a 7-6, 6-0 win over Cal Lutheran after being down - in the first set on Saturday, did not surrender a single game on Sunday. Winning three straight 6-0 sets, Wojnarowicz is now on a 19-game winning streak. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;TCU 4, Pepperdine 0lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The fifth-rated TCU men's tennis squad claimed the Arizona State Quadrangle title Monday by defeating No. 18 Pepperdine 4-0 at the Whiteman Tennis Center in Tempe. The Horned Frogs' 11-0 record ties the school record for the best start with the 1981 team. The Waves dropped to 8- with the loss. Out of 16 tries, the Horned Frogs have beat Pepperdine on only four occasions. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; After losing the doubles point for the first time yesterday to No. 8 Washington, the Horned Frogs grinded out a couple of wins at Nos. and 3 for the early 1-0 lead. Jacob Martin and Alex Menichini improved to 10-0 on the season at three doubles by defeating Kevin Borzenski and Richard Johnson, 8-. TCU's Hector Almada and Jacopo Tezza upset the 16th-ranked duo of Scott Doerner and Alexandre Herrera at two by an 8- count. The No. 1 spot belonged to the Waves' Calle Hansen and Pedro Rico, who are ranked No. 11. They defeated TCU's 10th-rated tandem of Rafael Abreu and Fabrizio Sestini, 8-4. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Tezza provided TCU's first victory in singles by downing Doerner at the No. 4 slot by scores of 6-4, 6-3. Herrera fell to Sestini in staight sets, 7-6, 6-4, for his seventh win in a row. The clincher was provided by the Horned Frogs' Martin at six singles, where he needed three sets overcome Johnson, -7, 6-1, 6-. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Portland 4, Northern Arizona 3lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The University of Portland men146;s tennis team squeezed past Northern Arizona with a 4-3 victory on Sun., Mar. 7 at the Louisiana-Pacific Tennis Center. The Pilot men advance to 4-3 on the season.lt;pgt; In doubles play, the men battled hard, but came up short winning only one of three doubles matches. However, the Pilots came alive in singles play. The match began to get heated at the No. 3 position when James Redpath defeated Jonas Jegers 6-4, -7, 6-3. Peter Miskovic continued the fight at the No. 4 spot taking Jamie Maxwell to three sets clinching the victory, 6-, 3-6, 6-4. At the No. position, Colby Jager dominated, defeating Lew DeLeon, 6-1, 6- and Thabani Sithole secured the Pilot victory with his 6-3, 6-3 win over Ronson Taylor at the No. 6 spot.lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Pacific , Saint Mary's lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The Saint Mary's men's tennis team fell to visiting University of Pacific - on Sunday. The Gaels were only able to win one doubles match and two singles matches on the afternoon. With the loss the Gaels drop to 4-6 while the Tigers improve to 6-4 on the season. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; In singles action, the Gaels were able to record victories at the 3 and positions. At the 3 position,Saint Mary's Andre Sion defeated Pacific's Niclas Otte 6-, 6-4. The Gaels recorded their other victory at the position. The Gaels' Vincent LeBorgne beat Tyler Black 7-6 (9), -6, 1-0 (6). lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; In the other singles matches Saint Mary's 1 player Rafael Lopez fell to Lennart Maack 6-0, 6-1. At the position, fighting an elbow injury, Martin Marechal fell to Pacific's Arnar Sigurdsson 6-1, 6-3. At the 4 position Adam Fauvre lost his match to Vladimir Zdravkovic 6-3, 6-3 and J.J. Whitlinger fell to Alan Kelly 6-4, 6-4. lt;pgt; In doubles action the Gaels' lone win came at the 3 position. The Saint Mary's tandem of Marechal and Sion defeated Hall and Kelly 8-1. At the 1 position, LeBorgne and Whitlinger fell to Maack and Sigurdsson 8-1 and the duo of Fauvre and Lopez dropped their match to Otte and Zdravkovic 8-6. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Arizona 6, San Diego 1lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The No. 34 Arizona men's tennis team easily handled No. 31 San Diego, Sunday, March 7th. Arizona once again controlled the match early by winning the doubles point and kept the momentum going through to the singles where they won five of the six singles points. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; In doubles, USD's Robbie Blair and Mirza Koristovic won the first doubles point to finish, when they defeated senior Tim Mullane and Whi Kim, 8-3, on court three. On court one, the No. 7 ranked team of junior Colin O'Grady and sophomore Roger Matalonga handled Nic Beuque and Oscar Plotnik easily, winning 8-4. To secure the doubles point for Arizona, junior Paul Warkentin and sophomore Daniel Andrus battled Jason Pongrsikul and Matt Ozurovich, winning, 9-7, in the No. slot. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; It was more of the same for Arizona in the singles matches. No. 66 Matalonga played in the top-position for the first time in his career and he defeated No. 83 Pongsrikul in straight sets, 6-1, 6-4. Lloyd who was playing despite an injured groin, earned a victory over Beuque, 6-1, 7-6 (4). O'Grady improved to 13-8 with his win over Koristovic, 6-4, 6-4. Andrus continued his dominance this spring by improving to 13- by defeating Jeff Das, 6-1, 6-, in the No. position. Since the match was already clinched for the Wildcats and Warkentin split his first two sets against Ozurovich, the match was decided by a third set, super-tiebreaker. Warkentin earned the victory, 6-4, 3-6, 10-7. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; On court two, Kim fell in his first appearance in the No. position this year to Blair, 7-6 (), 6-3, giving USD its lone point of the day.lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; lt;bgt;Fresno State , Santa Clara lt;/bgt;lt;brgt; The Santa Clara University men's tennis team fell to 30th-ranked Fresno State - this afternoon at the Wathen Tennis Center. The Broncos' record falls to -8, with their second loss of the season to FSU. The Bulldogs improve to 6-4 with their fifth straight victory. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Fresno State clinched the doubles point, but did not earn the sweep, as seniors Gernot Fischer and Erich Chen paired together for an 8-6 win on the first court over Stefan Suta and Sergiu Modoc. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;13; Fischer went on to singles play and defeated a nationally-ranked opponent for the second time this weekend. He topped 86th-ranked Greg Shearer for the third time this season, 6-3, 6-4, for his 0th win of the season. Chen earned the Broncos' other point on court three, besting Suta 6-, 6-4. lt;pgt; lt;Pgt;