The No. 34 Dartmouth men's tennis team fell to No. 61 Old Dominion, 4-3, at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon. The Big Green dipped to 5-3 on the season and the Monarchs improved to 4-3.
After two huge wins over higher ranked teams last weekend, the No. 34 Dartmouth men's tennis team fell to No. 32 North Carolina State, 5-2, in its first road match of the 2016 season on Friday. The Big Green dipped to 5-2, while the Wolfpack improved to 4-2.
Freshman Alexa Dlouhy and senior Brendan Tannenbaum are coming through in the clutch for the Big Green.
It all came down to senior Brendan Tannenbaum at No. 3 singles to decide who would be the winner of the No. 42 Dartmouth/No. 32 Tulane matchup.
After ending doubles play trailing by a point, the No. 42 Dartmouth men's tennis team won five of the first six singles sets to defeat No. 37 Drake, 4-3, at the Boss Tennis Center on Saturday.
The No. 41 Dartmouth men's tennis team fell to No. 53 Penn State, 4-2, at the Boss Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon. The Green dipped to 3-1, while the Nittany Lions improved to 2-0.
Continuing with its busy January that includes six home matches in the span of two weeks, the No. 41 Dartmouth men's tennis team took down No. 72 Clemson, 6-1, at the Boss Tennis Center on Friday evening.
The No. 42 Dartmouth men's tennis team opened the season with a pair of home victories on Saturday, taking down Buffalo, 6-1, before blanking Bryant, 7-0.
Dartmouth men's tennis will begin its 2016 season with a double-header on Saturday, January 16th against Buffalo and Bryant.
Two players have been added to the men's tennis roster as members of the Class of 2020, as announced by head coach Chris Drake.
Dartmouth men's tennis team is ranked No. 42 in the first Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Men's National Team Ranking of 2016.
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