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MURFREESBORO – Middle Tennessee’s men’s tennis team (10-9) was shutout, 4-0, by No. 61-ranked Old Dominion (12-1) Saturday, ending its chances of defending its MT Shootout title from last year. All three matches of doubles play were needed to decide the doubles point. At No. 3, MTSU’s pair of Dima Zyhmantovich and Ettore Zito turned …

MURFREESBORO – After losing all three of its matches in the Hilton San Diego Mission Classic last week, Middle Tennessee’s men’s tennis team (10-8) came into Friday looking to rebound, as it began play in the MT Shootout. The fourth-seeded Blue Raiders opened play in the MT Shootout with a 4-0 shutout win against fifth-seeded …

SAN ANTONIO – Middle Tennessee’s women’s tennis team (16-3) picked up its eighth-straight victory Sunday, turning back Texas-San Antonio 5-2. The No. 65 Blue Raiders kept things rolling at UTSA. Doubles play has been strong for MTSU all season, and that continued on Sunday. MTSU picked up two quick wins in doubles play to secure …

SAN DIEGO – Middle Tennessee (9-8) battled Saturday in the last day of the Hilton San Diego Mission Classic, but fell to No. 39 Indiana 4-3. Doubles play to start the match showed that both teams were striving to come away with a win. Giana Issa and Yannick Born played at the No. 1 doubles …

SAN DIEGO – Middle Tennessee (9-7) dropped its first two matches in the Hilton San Diego Mission Spring Classic Thursday and Friday. The Blue Raiders opened up play in the Classic squaring off against Harvard, ranked No. 22 in the nation, Thursday afternoon. The Crimson opened up play scoring the doubles point over the Blue …

MURFREESBORO – Middle Tennessee’s women’s tennis team (15-3) continued streaking Sunday, earning a 4-1 victory over Alabama-Birmingham (6-5). It was the Blue Raiders seventh-consecutive win, and they remained undefeated (8-0) at home this season. They ended UAB’s four-match winning streak. The Blazers came out strong and grabbed the doubles point after three tight matches. Sarah …