No. 19 Stanford men’s tennis earned the biggest win of its season to date over the weekend, upsetting No. 5 USC 4-1 behind phenomenal singles play at Taube Family Tennis Stadium. The Cardinal men continued the trend of producing their best tennis in the biggest moments, notching their third top-10 win in three tries and extending their win streak to five. Those feats wouldn’t stand for long, however, as the team fell 4-2 to No. 10 UCLA on Sunday.
The No. 19 Stanford men’s tennis team (12-4, 2-0 Pac-12) has an opportunity this Friday to improve its conference record to 3-0, when it takes on No. 5 USC (19-3, 2-0 Pac-12) at home.
No. 22 Stanford men’s tennis (12-4, 2-0 Pac-12) capped its four-game week sweeping Utah(14-6, 0-2) Saturday afternoon at Taube. Prior to this weekend’s victory over the Utes, the Cardinal beat No. 25 Illinois (10-9) 4-2 before blanking both San Diego State (5-12) and Arizona (9-11, 0-2).
Coming off an impressive upset of No. 6 Cal last week, Stanford men’s tennis (9-3) added another win to its record this weekend as they dominated No. 8 Texas (13-4) on Friday before falling to No. 31 TCU (7-4) on Saturday.
No. 41 Stanford (7-3) pulled the upset of its young season on Tuesday, beating Cal (9-2) in a 4-3 thriller at Taube Tennis Center. Strong singles play and a back-and-forth three-set clincher from sophomore Michael Genender proved just enough for the Cardinal to slip by the Golden Bears.
Stanford men’s tennis traveled San Diego last weekend to participate in the 128th annual Pacific Coast doubles tournament at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club. The 44th-ranked Cardinal team took a break from their regular dual meets as four pairs participated in the event.
No. 35 Stanford men’s tennis (6-3) had a tough weekend on the road, as the Cardinal were edged by No. 12 USC (12-2) on Friday before falling to No. 15 UCLA (8-3) 4-2 on Saturday.
No. 20 Stanford men’s tennis (6-1) outlasted USF (2-4) 6-1 this Wednesday in a thrilling duel that featured two doubles tiebreaker and four three-sets-game singles.