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Monette named to Second Team All-Big Ten

First and Second All-Big Ten teams were announced Thursday at the Big Ten Tournament banquet. IU sophomore Samuel Monette was IU’s only player on either team, making Second Team All-Big Ten.

Then-sophomore Josh MacTaggart returns a shot from Kentucky's Alex Musialek on Jan. 25, 2011, at the IU Indoor Tennis Center. Although MacTaggart beat Musialek 2 sets to 1, the IU men's tennis team has not beaten the Wildcats since 2008, and have lost three straight in the series.

Men's tennis to face No. 9 Kentucky, Wright State

The No. 22 Hoosiers will have their first home tennis match at 1 p.m. today in the Indoor Tennis Center against No. 9 Kentucky, and will follow it up against Wright State at 6 p.m. 

IU dominates at tournament

The No. 49 Hoosiers hosted No. 52 Missouri, Marquette and Bowling Green over the weekend in a tournament that was organized into seven singles flights and one doubles flight.

Clash of ranked opponents pits Hoosiers against Irish

The Hoosiers will seek to peg back a University of Notre Dame team rolling into Bloomington on a wave of momentum today as the two squads reprise their intrastate rivalry. The teams are scheduled to face each other at 2 p.m. at the IU Tennis Center.

IU looks for first road win against Oklahoma

Despite being competitive in its first two road matches, IU returned home empty-handed in both cases, failing to register a single point at Kentucky or Ohio State. This weekend, the team will travel to the Sooner State in search of its first away victory in a Sunday showdown with No. 19 Oklahoma.

Hoosiers pile up wins in Orlando matches

The Hoosiers, who debuted at No. 29 — one spot above last year’s final standing — in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association national team rankings released Tuesday, have gone 21-8 thus far at the event, with wins against opponents representing Louisville, Radford and Alabama. 

Men’s tennis follows mantra: ‘This is our year’

Forty-eight long years have elapsed since the team won a Big Ten Championship, but players and coaches are brimming with confidence and optimism ahead of the upcoming season, fully convinced they are capable of bringing the conference title to Bloomington.  

MacTaggart fails to repeat at Big Ten Championships

Senior Will Kendall joined junior Josh MacTaggart, who was the top overall seed in the tournament, in the last eight of singles action.

Both were defeated while vying for a spot in the semifinals.

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