No. 10 USC Men Double Up With Wins Over UC Riverside And UC Irvine
The No. 10 USC men's tennis team locked up two more wins in a well-rounded performance by the Trojans in a doubleheader at Marks Stadium. USC kicked off the day's action with a 7-0 sweep of UC Riverside, with the clincher notched by Jens Sweaney in that one. A couple hours later, the Trojans took on UC Irvine and posted a 6-1 win, claiming the first six points of the match and seeing Jack Jaede tally the clinching victory during that run. USC is now 3-0 on the year as the 2017 campaign unfurls.
No. 10 USC Men Dig In For Saturday Doubleheader
The No. 10 Trojans stick to their home courts again this weekend as they set up for two more dual matches to get the ball rolling in these early stages of 2017. USC (1-0) has a doubleheader on tap for Saturday (Jan. 21), first facing off against UC Riverside (1-2) at 10 a.m. before turning to a 2 p.m. clash against UC Irvine (0-1).
No. 10 Trojans Top UC Santa Cruz 6-1 To Open 2017 On A Winning Note
The No. 10 USC men’s tennis team set the scene for its 2017 campaign in opening the year with a 6-1 win over visiting UC Santa Cruz on the Trojans’ home courts at Marks Stadium. USC rattled off the double point first and then peeled out to victory in claiming five straight-set singles matches, with the pincher coming from freshman Riley Smith on court three. With its first dual match of 2017 in the books, USC opens the year 1-0.
After Action At Sherwood, No. 10 USC Men Host First Dual Match Of 2017 On Monday
The USC men’s tennis team — enjoying its 10th straight season starting the year ranked in the nation’s top-10 — is all set for its first dual match of the new year. The No. 10 Trojans welcome UC Santa Cruz to Marks Stadium for a 3 p.m. clash on Monday (Jan. 16), marking the kickoff to the 2017 campaign that USC hopes will carry the Trojans to a 10th straight NCAA appearance.
USC Men Open 2017 Ranked No. 10 In the Nation
For the 10th straight season, the USC men’s tennis team kicks off the new year ranked in the nation’s top-10 of the Oracle/ITA rankings. The No. 10 Trojans are on the cusp of the 2017 spring season, where they will be looking to open up another path to the NCAA Tournament. With five national championships claimed in the last eight years, Peter Smith’s Trojans are poised for another successful campaign, boasting four ranked singles players and two ranked doubles teams as action gets underway next week.