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Sat Mar 10
Final
1 Michigan Tech
8 vs. Belmont Abbey
@ Spring Tennis Fest - Hilton Head, S.C.
Tue Mar 13
Final
5 West Liberty
4 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Spring Tennis Fest - Hilton Head, S.C.
Wed Mar 14
Final
7 Kutztown
2 vs. Michigan Tech
@ Spring Tennis Fest - Hilton Head, S.C.
Thu Mar 15
Final
2 Michigan Tech
7 vs. Charleston (W.V.)
@ Spring Tennis Fest - Hilton Head, S.C.
Fri Mar 23
Final
0 Michigan Tech
9 at Grand Valley State
Sat Mar 24
Final
0 Michigan Tech
9 at Ferris State
Sun Mar 25
Final
0 Michigan Tech
9 at Northwood
Sat Mar 31
Final
7 Lake Superior State
2 Michigan Tech
Sat Apr 07
Final
5 Purdue Northwest
4 Michigan Tech
Sun Apr 08
Final
9 Davenport
0 Michigan Tech
Fri Apr 13
Final
1 Michigan Tech
8 at Tiffin
Sat Apr 14
Final
0 Michigan Tech
9 at Wayne State
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Tiffin Clips Tech 5-4 in Men's Tennis

Tiffin Clips Tech 5-4 in Men's Tennis

HOUGHTON, Mich. — The Michigan Tech men's tennis team wrapped up its 2014 regular season today with a 5-4 loss to Tiffin at Gates Tennis Center. The Huskies came back from a 4-1 deficit in the match to tie it at 4-all before succumbing.

Doubles was the difference for the third straight match (the team leading after doubles won all three over the weekend). The visiting Dragons took two of the three points.

Tech's lone victory came at No. 1, where Felipe Dos Santos and Pedro Rodriguez won 8-2. The pair finished the regular season 15-3 overall including a 7-0 mark at home. As seniors, they wrapped up their home careers with a 12-0 home record.

Tiffin won the other two doubles flights by 8-5 and 8-3 counts.

The Dragons (15-9 overall, 8-3 GLIAC) expanded their lead to 4-1 with straight-set wins at Nos. 1 and 2 singles.

Tech needed to win each of the final four matches on the courts to earn the team victory. It got the first three.

Built Yumuang posted a 6-3, 7-5 decision at No. 4; Rodriguez went to three sets for the third time in his last four matches and won 6-4, 0-6, 6-2 at No. 3; and Jimmy Konarske gained a 7-5, 6-1 triumph at No. 6 singles to tie the team score at 4.

Nick Kremkow played the deciding match at No. 5 singles. He won the first set 6-2 before falling 6-1, 6-2 in the second and third.

Michigan Tech, now 9-9 overall and 4-7 in the GLIAC, will have next weekend off before traveling to Midland, Mich., for the GLIAC Tournament. The Huskies will be the No. 8 seed at the Apr. 25-27 event.