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Men's Tennis - Wed, Apr. 12, 2017

Score is not always indicative to what really happened, one such case is Wednesday afternoon as Georgetown College men's tennis battled No. 9 Campbellsville University. The CU Tigers won 9-0, but nothing was easy about several of the matches.

Ryo Takeda and Tristan Nosek were a few bounces from a win over Chrys Castro and Alejandro Reyes, 8-5. Castro is one half of the second best doubles team in the nation. His ranked partner Brendan Aguilar teamed up with Victor Ahlbeck for an 8-2 win at the two spot.

Cole McCreary and Kaushik Kailash lost 8-4 to Adrian Sabrojo and Mario Belloni.

Takeda bounced back taking set one against Aguilar, the sixth best singles' player. GC's sophomore won 6-2 in set one, but lost 6-2 in set two. In the tiebreaker Aguilar won 10-3.

Nosek took Reyes to a tiebreaker as well, falling 2-6, 6-2 (10-5).

"We are making strides each year," said GC coach Michael Cunningham. "If we learn from every match such as this and take no test lightly, we will continue to build on the foundation that was set a few seasons ago. This is exciting times for our program.

"It is easy to get caught up in the final scores, but you really have to break down what happened and see how we've grown."

Georgetown returns to action 2 pm Thursday hosting Shawnee State University for senior day. The team will honor Ryan Simms around 1:30 pm at Lackey Tennis Center.


 

 
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