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Martinez-Blanco clinches narrow Tennis win

MTEN to take on NJIT, Princeton, WTEN Duquesne

Women's Tennis sweeps weekend in Connecticut

Men's Tennis runs win streak to four

Women's Tennis sweeps Quinnipiac to start weekend

Men's Tennis gets first-ever win over Yale

Men's, Women's Tennis both headed to Connecticut

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WATCH: Coach Nickell talks Men's Tennis at MBB halftime

Last season, Coach Nickell's halftime interview during a Men's Basketball game was one of the most cringeworthy and memorable moments of the year. This year he talked about UB's title defense.

Men's Tennis tops Brown 4-3

We'll be updating this post once we know more

Women's Tennis opens season with 7-0 win

Men's Tennis fights but falls to #47 Cornell

Much closer than you'd think

Weekend Preview: Both Tennis teams in action

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Men's Tennis snags new alternate uniforms

Go Team Nike! /s

(Also, 'New York' is even bigger relative to the rest of the text logo, so there's that.)

Season Preview: Women's Tennis on the rise

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UB Men's Tennis sweeps MAC Player of the Week Awards

Sergio Arevalillo went 2-0 on the weekend, and the doubles pairing of Amar Hromic and Pablo Alarez went 1-1, but forced the #5 doubles pairing in the country to a tiebreaker in UB's loss to Dartmouth.

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UB 9 for 9: Tanja Stojanovska

UB is continuing their video series highlighting student-athetes, this time they covered reigning Women's Tennis MAC Freshman of the Year - Tanja Stojanovska.

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Women's Tennis picked third in the MAC

This one was released Thursday, too. UB even got a first place vote. Our season preview will be out midweek.

Men's Tennis easily beats Bryant for 1-1 weekend

Men's Tennis falls to #42 Dartmouth in 2016 opener

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New UB Men's Tennis Member Artur Culicovschi

From the lineup that was tweeted out today we've found out the name of Men's Tennis' newest member: Artur Culicovschi. Artur hails from Bucharest, Romania.

Season Preview: Men's Tennis looking for repeat

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Men's Tennis picked Second in MAC Preseason Poll

How did I miss this yesterday? Great question. Western Michigan is the favorite, deservedly so. I am particularly surprised to see the Bulls above Northern Illinois.

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Men's Tennis wins three of six singles flights at WMU's MAC Invitational

Just catching up, because it's been too busy a day for one in which I supposedly got an hour of sleep. Mehta, Miller, and Sergio were the winners, while Amar Hromic fell in the Flight A final.

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Men's Tennis qualifies for four singles finals at MAC Invite

Real good day from Men's Tennis, and a strong showing at Kalamazoo for the second straight fall. Full draws aren't yet available, but here's what we know from Coach Nickell's Twitter:

Amar Hromic advanced to the Flight A final with wins over nemesis Sid Hazarika of Binghamton and Simon Formont of NIU. He'll face Toledo's Stefan Sisko tomorrow.

Ethan Nittolo lost his first match in Flight B but beat Vince Anzalone in the consolation. I don't know yet who's lined up across him in the consolation final (5th place).

Conflicting reports on Noah Hajdu-Andersson's first match in Flight C, but if he dropped it, he won the next one.

Sergio Arevalillo beat opponents from NIU and Binghamton to advance to the Flight D final. He'll go against Eric Olivarez of WMU.

Akhil Mehta also won his first two and also goes up against an opponent from WMU in the Flight E final.

Tony Miller in the round-robin Flight F will play in the final.

All told, as Nickell says above, four Bulls in the finals across five flights, on top of the Flight B doubles win yesterday. It's clear, as it was last year, that UB and WMU are the top two teams this weekend. Hopefully like last year the Bulls win the majority of their finals tomorrow.

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Men's Tennis pairings win B Flight, A Flight consolation at WMU Day One

In Kalamazoo for the WMU-hosted MAC Invitational, Men's Tennis started with two flights of doubles play.

Amar Hromic and Sergio Arevalillo dropped their first match but won three in succession to take the consolation in the A Flight, while Akhil Mehta and Tony Miller won their first and dropped the next three, also in the A Flight.

In the B Flight, Noah Hajdu-Andersson and Ethan Nittolo won three straight to take the championship.

Singles action begins tomorrow. Hromic is in the A Flight, Nittolo B, Hajdu-Andersson C, Arevalillo D, Mehta E, and Miller F.

Pablo Alvarez does not appear to have made the trip.

Both tennis teams in action at ITA Regionals

Hajdu-Andersson leads Men's Tennis at Dartmouth

Women's Tennis dominates own invitational

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UB Invitational opens with strong showing from Women's Tennis doubles pairings

Singles play waits until tomorrow, and all of the flights don't wrap until Sunday, but today's opening afternoon saw most of the doubles brackets get out of the way.

In A Doubles Laura Holterbosch and Tanja Stojanovska will compete for the championship against a pairing from Duquesne after dropping only a single game in wins over Niagara and Akron.

B Doubles sees Margarita Kotok and Dayana Agasieva also in their final, also against Duquesne, after 6-4 and 6-2 wins over Akron and Cleveland State. Christine Haraldson and Mercedes Losada-Rubio took third place in the flight with 6-3 wins over Niagara and Cleveland State sandwiched around a loss to Duquesne's finalists.

C Doubles saw Sanjana Sudhir and Chantal Martinez Blanco drop their first match to eventual finalists from Duquesne but bounce back with a win over Niagara to claim the consolation bracket (5th place).

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Freshmen impress for Women's Tennis at WVU Invite

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Women's Tennis goes 6-2 in singles and 3-2 in doubles to open WVU Invitational

I'll have a full recap of the tournament when it all ends on Sunday, but for now, important things from Day 1:

UB looks very strong in singles. Each of the top five won their first matches, and that's including freshmen Chantal Martinez-Blanco and Sunjana Sudhir. Thanks to those two, Tanja Stojanovska, Margarita Kotok, and Laura Holterbosch, UB will have five semifinalists across the top three singles flights.

Dayana Agasieva and Mercedes Losada Rubio each lost their opening matches in Flight D, but Christine Haraldson won her first match in the round robin Flight E.

UB was slightly less successful in doubles, but still posted a winning record. Pairings of Kotok/Agasieva and Stojanovska/Holterbosch each received byes, but only the latter advanced to the final (in Flight B). Sudhir and Martinez-Blanco won a pair of matches to reach the final in Flight C, and Rubio and Haraldson lost their first match in Flight B.

Tomorrow will see all the doubles flights finish up and a single round of singles play in each flight.


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