Senior Nick Andrews holds a 10-7 overall singles record this year.

Cal faces Hawaii without Konigsfeldt

After a week of difficult losses to UCLA and USC, the No. 13 Cal men’s tennis team had been hoping to rebound.  The Bears’ 6-1 victory against Sacramento State on Wednesday proved to be a good start, but the team is still looking for more in preparation for next week’s
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Cal stings Hornets with 6-1 win

The No. 13 Cal men’s tennis team had clinched the match over an hour ago when Ben McLachlan utterly stifled his opponent. Since the Bears had already nabbed the doubles point and two singles matches, McLachlan’s swift 6-0, 6-2, victory gave the Bears the fourth and winning point of the
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Nick Andrews and partner Christoffer Konigsfeldt won, 8-4, on the top doubles court.

Cal sweeps competition in weekend tournament

For the first time in his collegiate career, Nick Andrews spent his weekend on the top court. The senior had played alongside doubles teammate Chris Konigsfeldt on court No. 1 in past games, but typically in singles matches he anchored the middle courts, while Cal’s ranked standout Pedro Zerbini soldiered
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Mens Tennis 3-16-10

Cal hosts three teams in ITA Kick-Off Weekend

With only one regular season match under its belt, the Cal men’s tennis team will have to quickly prepare itself to face considerable competition over ITA Kick-Off Weekend. Beginning with a contest against LSU (1-0) on Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Hellman Tennis Complex, the Bears enter a small
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Bears set to back up ranking at home

The Cal men’s tennis team is ranked No. 14 in the nation. At the end of last season, the team finished No. 14, and as a result, the Bears assumed that position to start this season. But this is not a squad obsessed with numbers. Ranking is one of the
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Junior Carlos Cueto, with doubles partner Ben McLachlan, defeated Tulsa's Grant Ive and Tristan Jackson in the doubles round.

Bears storm Tulsa in close match for first win of season

The last competitive matches that the Cal men’s tennis team played were at the National Indoor Championships in November. Although the team did not play any official games over the past couple months, the players have been working on their conditioning and making sure to individually address any potential weaknesses
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Cal sends four to National Indoor Championships

After a lengthy preseason filled with a number of weekend tournaments, the moment of reckoning has finally arrived for the Cal men’s tennis team. The ultimate tournament which the Bears have been gearing up for all fall finally begins on Thursday and lasts through Sunday. The tournament, the USTA/ITA National
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Tennis Feature: Carlos Cueto

Breakthrough

After a successful campaign at Florida, junior Carlos Cueto left to find a better team environment at Cal.

After Carlos Cueto had a less than enjoyable experience at the University of Florida, some may have expected him to be disenchanted with college tennis or with the American college system as a whole. However, when he joined the Cal men’s tennis team last fall, he rediscovered his love for
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Injuries lead to early end of St. Mary’s run for Cal

Despite coming off a promising performance last weekend, the Cal men’s tennis team was plagued with injuries and other misfortunes while competing in this weekend’s St. Mary’s Gael Classic. Only four Bears players, including two freshmen, were in attendance at the tournament. Junior Riki McLachlan reached the furthest point of
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