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For the second straight year, the IU men’s tennis team will likely end its season in the second round of the Big Ten tournament.
The regular season has concluded, and only postseason play remains for IU men's tennis. The Big Ten Men's Tennis Tournament begins Thursday in Ann Arbor, Michigan, against No. 12-seed Michigan State.
After going 3-0 in its matches last weekend, IU struggled in its final two matches of the season this weekend, going 0-2.
The last stretch of the season is finally here for the Hoosiers, and it might be their toughest weekend of the year.
IU men’s tennis came into the weekend just above .500 having won just two of its last five matches.
Coinciding with the Little 500, IU men’s tennis will play its last home matches of the season in Bloomington.
For the third weekend in a row, IU split its weekend matches, winning the first while dropping the second.
With just over five matches left on the schedule for the IU men's tennis, this weekend poses must-win matches if it wants a chance to compete in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2012.
The weekend got off to a great start for IU as it swept Michigan State on Saturday afternoon, 7-0, to move to 3-1 in the Big Ten and 9-7 overall.
After dropping out of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings after not playing a match in just under three weeks, IU men's tennis is finally back on the court.
The IU men’s tennis team is hitting its stride at the right part of the season.
For the first time since 2012, IU defeated No. 41 Northwestern at 6 p.m Friday at the IU Tennis Center en route to a three-match winning streak.
After breaking its four-match losing streak last weekend against rival Purdue, IU men’s tennis is getting set for home matches this weekend against No. 41 Northwestern and University of Washington.
For the first time this season, the IU men’s tennis team will play a conference opponent as Purdue makes its way to Bloomington this weekend for a 3 p.m. contest this Saturday at the IU Tennis Center.
The end of another weekend marks two more losses for the IU men’s tennis team, now 4-6 overall.
After a 0-2 performance last week, the IU men's tennis team is searching for success against Drake University and Utah State University this weekend in Des Moines, Iowa.
IU men's tennis will have a tough schedule ahead of them in order to have a successful 2019 season.
Nobody really knew where freshman Vikash Singh would end up when he came to the United States from India just a few years ago.
Another weekend, another match for IU men’s tennis.
Following a trip to Los Angeles last weekend, the IU men's tennis team heads home to Bloomington for matchups against Wright State University and Middle Tennessee State University on Friday.