Ohio State Men's Tennis Season Ends in Heartbreaker

May 20, 2013 at 8:34p    by Kyle Rowland    
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35-5 isn't a bad year.

For the second time this week, an Ohio State team was poised to possibly win a national championship. But the Buckeyes came up short again, this time it was the men’s tennis team.

Ohio State took No. 1 UCLA all the way to the third set of the deciding match before falling in the national semifinals. The Bruins won 4-3 with the Buckeyes Peter Kobelt losing 4-6, 7-6, 6-4 in the final match.

Ohio State played from behind after losing the doubles point. It was only the third time all season the fifth-ranked Buckeyes lost the doubles point. But in windy conditions in Champaign, Ill., on the campus of the University of Illinois, Ohio State rallied to tie the match at 3-3.

Blaz Rola, Connor Smith and Devin McCarthy all won singles matches for the Buckeyes. Ohio State concludes the season with a 35-3 record.


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Dougger's picture

What a record! Good work bucks, hold your heads up.
I'm vigorously shaking my fist at Los Angeles as I type.

I like football

Poison nuts's picture

Damnit. Damnit! DAMNIT!!! Congrats men's tennis - hell of a year. NC's are damn hard to come by regardless the sport.

"Death created time to grow the things that it would kill" - Detective Rustin Cohle.

Maestro's picture

fuck a duck

vacuuming sucks

ATT2121's picture

A great season, but a bitter ending. One of the many things I love about 11W is the coverage of all Buckeye sports. Thank you for your coverage and a thank you for the team for a awesome season.

 
 

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