The Butler men’s tennis team fell just shy of earning its second victory of the season this weekend.
On Friday, the Bulldogs traveled to Dayton, where they suffered a close 4-3 loss.
Dropping the doubles point proved to be crucial for the Bulldogs (1-13).
Butler players that came away victorious in the singles play were senior Zach Ervin and freshmen Tommy Marx and Billy Weldon.
The match came down to No. 1 singles play, where Butler freshman Austin Woldmoe fell short.
On Saturday, the team went to Bloomington to face the No. 29 Indiana Hoosiers (9-3).
The Bulldogs fell 7-0 in their sixth match against a ranked opponent this season.
Butler will begin conference play on March 24, taking on Valparaiso and Illinois-Chicago the weekend after spring break.