Cal hosts preseason tournament in Napa

Before the regular tennis season officially commences in the spring, the Cal men’s tennis team participates in a new preseason tournament practically every weekend. Yet this weekend is actually different from the others, as the tournament is the Bears’ very own. Eleven years ago, Peter Wright, head coach of the
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Bears Breaking Out: Nick Andrews and Christoffer Konigsfeldt

The Cal men’s tennis team faced a Sweet 16 exit at the NCAA Championships, but its top doubles team still managed to leave a lasting impression on the opponents. In a tiebreak triumph against Tennessee, Nick Andrews and Christoffer Konigsfeldt toppled the nation’s top-ranked tandem to clinch the doubles point
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Ranked 20th in the country, senior Pedro Zerbini was Cal’s top singles player this year.

Bears break through to end Sweet 16 drought

A less thankful coach might have been disappointed with a round of 16 exit at the NCAA Team Championships. The No. 14 Cal men’s tennis team lost, 4-2, to third-ranked Tennessee in the third round of competition — but for Peter Wright, the results dismissed a crucial doubt that hovered
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Early upset can’t deliver Bears a victory over Vols

Cal bounced in round of 16 despite knocking off Tennessee's top-ranked doubles team

Thursday had all the makings of a classic underdog story. With the score sitting at 6-4 in favor of Tennessee, the nation’s top-ranked tandem of Boris Conkic and John Patrick-Smith were two points way from securing the doubles point against Cal in the NCAA round of 16. But in a
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Vols end Cal’s run in round of 16

Bears can't take advantage of doubles upset

For the No. 15 Cal men’s tennis team, the dual season was filled with highs and lows. Its final match against No. 3 Tennessee was no exception. Despite starting off the day with a doubles upset, the Bears eventually fell, 4-2, to the Volunteers in Thursday’s round of 16 at
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McLachlan’s win helps Cal advance

  Riki McLachlan wasn’t supposed to play singles in Saturday’s  second round NCAA match with Fresno State; a last-minute lineup change substituted him for his freshman, brother Ben. But it was his sixth-court victory at the Hellman Tennis Complex that clinched the day’s 4-3 tilt for the No. 14 Cal
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