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It was a clean sweep for the Middle Tennessee women’s tennis team on Saturday against UT-Martin, shutting out the Skyhawks, 7-0, for their third-straight victory. The Blue Raiders would not only blank the Skyhawks in points, but they also did not lose a single set in the entire match. Doubles play didn’t have much excitement …

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Middle Tennessee’s men’s tennis team showed a lot of fight Friday afternoon against 23rd-ranked Vanderbilt, but the Commodores proved to be too much as they won the match, 6-1. The Blue Raiders played well in their doubles matches, but they were unable to come up with the point. Yannick Born and Victor …

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Middle Tennessee’s men’s tennis team wrapped up its weekend at home, winning their match against the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles, 5-2, on Sunday at the Nashboro Village Athletic Club in Nashville. The match started, however, with the Golden Eagles taking the doubles point. TTU’s Alex Arovin and Alberto Esteban took the first …

ATLANTA, Ga. – Middle Tennessee’s women’s tennis team won back-to-back matches on Friday and Saturday in Atlanta, defeating number 67-ranked Georgia State and Florida Gulf Coast, respectively. The Blue Raiders started the weekend playing the nationally ranked Panthers on Friday. In doubles play, MTSU was able to easily secure the point. Tiffany William and Darya …

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Middle Tennessee’s men’s tennis team split their two matches Friday at the Nashboro Village Athletic Club, losing 7-0 to North Carolina State and defeating Jackson State, 7-0. MTSU started off the day in doubles play against the nationally ranked Wolfpack, who came into the match ranked No. 31 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. …

Middle Tennessee fought hard on Sunday, but their attempts at an upset would come up shy, as they would lose 4-3 at No. 33 Tennessee. The difference in the match would prove to be doubles play. MTSU and Tennessee would split the six singles matches, but UT would take the doubles point, eventually being the …