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Tennis: Teams see different results

The Butler women’s tennis team finished its regular season by beating Youngstown State 4-3 Sunday. The Bulldogs (8-14, 5-3) were led by senior Cam Thompson at No. 4 singles. Thompson defeated sophomore Gimena Puppo 6-1, 6-3 to get Butler rolling against the Penguins (1-17, 1-7). Bulldogs’ sophomores Angelina Qin and Laura Shull won their No.

Tennis: Women move up in standings, men fall to Green Bay

The Butler women’s tennis team defeated Green Bay 7-0 Sunday. Sophomores Stephanie McLoughlin and Gabrielle Rubenstein won 8-1 in their No. 1 doubles match. Seniors Cam Thompson and Ashley Breitenbach won 8-4 in No. 2 doubles to secure the point for the Bulldogs (7-13, 4-2). Butler also won all of its singles matches against the

Men’s tennis: McLoughlin shines as team falls

Butler senior Stephen McLoughlin was the only Bulldog able to pick up a victory in the men’s tennis team’s 6-1 loss to Wright State Saturday. McLoughlin won a three-set match over Wright State sophomore Dan Hyman at No. 6 singles 2-6, 6-1, 6-1. Senior Zach Ervin and freshman Tommy Marx also pushed their matches into

Men’s tennis: Team defeated twice away from home

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

Men’s tennis: Butler drops to 0-3 with pair of defeats

Despite a few individual victories, the Butler men’s tennis team fell to 0-3 on the season with losses to Northern Illinois and Wisconsin last weekend. The Bulldogs dropped a 5-2 decision to the Huskies (2-0) Friday evening before making an overnight trip to Wisconsin. “We’re not making excuses, but we should have came out with

Men’s tennis: Bulldogs open tough schedule with loss to Ohio State

The men’s tennis team opened its 2012 spring season facing what could be some of the toughest competition it will see this year. The result was not what the Bulldogs hoped for, as they dropped a 7-0 decision to No. 3 Ohio State last Wednesday. “As a team, going up against someone like Ohio State,

Men’s tennis: Doubles play strong at ITA Regionals

It was a long Homecoming weekend for the Butler men’s tennis team, as the Bulldogs traveled to Knoxville, Tennessee, to compete in the ITA Ohio River Valley Regionals. Butler grabbed four victories in doubles play as well as a singles victory by freshman Tommy Marx. Marx won 6-4, 7-5 in his first round matchup, but