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February 9, 2013

2012-13 Omaha Men’s Tennis – Match #6 Recap – William Jewell

Filed under: Men's Tennis,Omaha Mavericks,Recaps — Jon Green @ 4:26 am

Omaha didn’t struggle much with William Jewell as the Mavericks saw four singles players win in straight sets and a 5th win after their opponent was injured. Omaha did see a loss a Conner Tieszen lost his #1 singles matchup with Shane Giannetti (4-6, 6-2, 9-11) and did drop a doubles match as Peter Greteman/Eric McKnight lost their #3 doubles match 8-5.

Omaha’s next match appears to be at home to William Jewell on Friday at noon. That match is scheduled to take place at Hanscom Brandeis Tennis Center. The Cardinals are a member of NCAA Division II located in Liberty, Missouri. They went 13-8 in men’s tennis last year but didn’t play any Division 1 teams.

Connor Larson moved up to the #3 single spot while Carlos Ramos Salazar slid down to #4. Larson won his match 6-3, 7-6 while Ramos Salazar won his 7-5, 7-5.

Eric McKnight stayed in the #2 singles spot where he won 6-3, 6-3 while John Ellis stayed at #5 and won 6-3, 6-3. The final singles match saw Matt Frost get a 3-2 victory when his opponent withdrew due to injury.

The Mavericks shuffled things up in the doubles side. Greteman/McKnight slid down to the #3 doubles slot from #1 and as mentioned earlier they were defeated 8-5. Conner Tieszen and Carlos Ramos Salazar moved up to #1 from #2 and got a tight 8-7 victory. Finally John Ellis and Matt Frost moved up to the #2 from #3 and they won 8-5.

Omaha’s next matchup is with North Dakota at home on Friday the 22nd at 6 PM. North Dakota hasn’t had a tennis match yet this year but will be playing two next weekend in Des Moines. One with Drake and one with Western Illinois.

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