No. 27 Dartmouth men's tennis saw its NCAA journey come to an end with a 4-0 first-round loss to No. 33 Oregon at TCU's Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon.
For the third time in program history and the second time in the past three seasons, the No. 27 Dartmouth men's tennis team is NCAA bound, heading to Texas for its first-round match against No. 33 Oregon on Saturday.
Four members of the Dartmouth men's tennis team received post-season awards from the Ivy League, as announced on Thursday.
Dartmouth men's tennis is heading back to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in the last three seasons and will travel to Fort Worth, Texas, to play Oregon at TCU.
Ivy League titles are in sight this week for the Big Green men's tennis and women's lacrosse teams.
No. 27 Dartmouth men's tennis defeated Princeton to win its first Ivy League title since 1997.
No. 27 Dartmouth men's tennis defeated Penn, 4-0, at the Thompson Outdoor Courts on Saturday afternoon. The Big Green improved to 19-5 overall and 5-1 in Ivy League play, while the Quakers fell to 15-11 and 4-2.
It all comes down to this weekend.
The, sounds like a law firm, duo of Martin and Mathis led the Big Green tennis teams to weekend sweeps with their outstanding play on the court.
After trailing, 3-0, the No. 32 Dartmouth men's tennis team won four straight singles matches to upset No. 15 Columbia, 4-3, at the Dick Savitt Tennis Center on Sunday.
No. 32 Dartmouth men's tennis came back from a dropped doubles point to defeat Cornell, 4-2, at the Reis Tennis Center on Saturday. The Big Green improved to 17-5 overall and 3-1 in Ivy League play, while the Big Red fell to 7-10 and 0-3 in conference action.
No. 33 Dartmouth men's tennis completed its weekend sweep by taking down Brown, 5-2, in its first match at the Boss Tennis Center since February. The Big Green improved to 16-5 and 2-1 in Ivy League play, while the Bears fell to 14-5 and 0-2.