UC Davis tennis plays well in weekend tournaments

UC Davis men’s tennis has been surging as of late, and their latest victory came on March 30 against UC Irvine, 6-1. With this win, the Aggies now have a 12-7 overall record and a 2-0 conference record. UC Davis only lost twice in March, those losses coming against Fresno State and Nevada.

UC Davis won two of three doubles matches before the third match was left unfinished due to rain.

The winning continued for the Aggies as they won six of seven singles matches. In his victory, freshman Alec Adamson (20-8) became the third Aggie to win 20 matches.

The only loss came against UC Irvine’s Tyler Pham who defeated senior Kyle Miller. Miller struggled and lost in two sets, 6-1, 6-1. This was the only point that UC Irvine was able to earn in singles.

UC Davis men’s tennis will now face Hawai’i on April 1 at the Marya Welch Tennis Center in Davis, Calif.

UC Davis women’s tennis won their fifth straight on March 30 against the University of Portland Pilots.

The Aggies won five matches, lost one, while two matches were left unfinished in singles due to rain. In doubles, UC Davis swept Portland in all three matches, improving the team’s overall record to 10-6.

Up next for UC Davis are the Cal State Fullerton Titans, who come into town for an April 4 showdown at the Marya Welch Tennis Center. The Aggies hope to sustain their momentum against the struggling Titans, who are 5-13 overall this season and have gone 0-5 in conference play.

 

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