Men’s tennis wins big at home

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Men’s tennis wins big at home

Business sophomore Tiger Cheung would be in the lead court in singles competition, winning 8-0 over his opponent. Cheung now has a 3-0 record this year when he plays in the lead court. Photo credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

Business sophomore Tiger Cheung would be in the lead court in singles competition, winning 8-0 over his opponent. Cheung now has a 3-0 record this year when he plays in the lead court. Photo credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

Business sophomore Tiger Cheung would be in the lead court in singles competition, winning 8-0 over his opponent. Cheung now has a 3-0 record this year when he plays in the lead court. Photo credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

Business sophomore Tiger Cheung would be in the lead court in singles competition, winning 8-0 over his opponent. Cheung now has a 3-0 record this year when he plays in the lead court. Photo credit: Loyola New Orleans Athletics

Andres Fuentes

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Loyola’s men’s tennis team flexed their talent as they nearly swept Our Lady of the Lake University at home on March 16.

The Wolf Pack defeated the Saints 8-1 in the courts at City Park

The tennis team found their stride in doubles competition, with business sophomores Tiger Cheung and Joseph Short dominating their series 8-0. The duo is now 7-1 when they hit the court together.

Business analytics freshman Emilio Saenz and management junior Ernesto Telles took a win in their doubles match, 8-2, and business senior Alexander DePascual and digital filmmaking freshman Samuel Marin kept their opponents scoreless, winning 8-0.

Cheung would be in the lead court in singles competition, winning 8-0 over his opponent. Cheung now has a 3-0 record this year when he plays in the lead court.

Loyola would pick up wins in each singles competition, except one.

The Wolf Pack have a record of 6-7 and a 3-1 conference record.

The team will host Lewis-Clark State College on March 29 in their next matchup.

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