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Hoosiers Start Season with Pair of Victories

Indiana head coach Ramiro Azcui knew the Hoosiers first tennis match of the dual season was going to be emotional. The match against Western Michigan featured a matchup against Azcui's daughter, Denise, who plays for Western Michigan.
Azcui was proud of the way his team competed as the Indiana women's tennis team captured a 7-0 victory against Western Michigan and followed that up with a 7-0 win against Butler.


Huskers Fall at Michigan, 91-85  

Despite a career-high 28 points and nine rebounds from Tai Webster, Nebraska ran into a hot-shooting Michigan team and fell 91-85 Saturday in Ann Arbor.

Webster, who was 12-of-20 from the field in topping his previous career best for the second time this season, was one of three Huskers to finish in double figures. Glynn Watson Jr. added 22 points, including four 3-pointers, while Evan Taylor added 11 for the Huskers, who fell to 9-8 overall and 3-2 in the Big Ten.


After a day of competition at St. John’s Invitational duals, the Ohio State Fencing team came away with an even record at 5-5. The Buckeyes faced four of the top ten teams in the nation and highlighted the effort with a 14-13 upset from the men’s unit over defending national champion Columbia.

In addition to the victory against No. 1 Columbia, the No. 2 men’s squad defeated No. 8 St. John’s, 16-11 and No. 7 Harvard, 15-12. As a unit, the team tallied a bout-record of 71-64, but fell head to head against No. 3 Penn State and No. 4 Notre Dame, both by a score of 14-13.


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