April 20, 2018
ALBUQUERQUE - The University of Denver men's tennis team looked to end the season on a win, but just couldn't get it done on the road, falling 4-3 to New Mexico.
The Pioneers fall to 10-9 on the year but remain 4-1 in Summit League play.
On the doubles side, DU scored a win from Eric Morris and Pedro Fernandez Del Valle at two doubles 6-3 over Ricky Hernandez-Tong and Stepan Holis.
In a thrilling three sets, the Crimson and Gold took the top singles spot, 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 thanks to Mattia Ros.
At the two singles spot, Matt Summers took down Bart Van Leijsen 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.
Finally, Denver's last singles point came from Jesse Ruder-Hook 7-6, 7-6 at three singles, getting the dub over Dominic Went.
The Pioneers returns to the court on Sunday, as they face South Dakota State on the road.
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