Men's Tennis Posts Second Straight Shutout With 7-0 Win At IPFW|
April 3, 2005
Fort Wayne, Ind.- The UIC men's tennis team posted their second shutout in as many days with an impressive 7-0 over host IPFW in Fort Wayne on Sunday afternoon.
With the win the Flames (8-7) moved over the .500 mark and clinched their third victory in their last four matches.
UIC then went on to sweep the singles slate with six straight-set wins. Kovalev blanked Nzudie at the top spot, 6-0, 6-0, to lead a relentless singles effort.
Sunday's win marked the team's second consecutive 7-0 win. The Flames downed Cleveland State by the same score on Saturday.
The Mastadons fell to 5-14.
The Flames return home for a doubleheader at the UIC Outdoor Courts next Saturday, April 9th. UIC hosts Horizon League rival Youngstown State at 9 a.m., followed by an afternoon match with IUPUI at 2 p.m.
UIC 7, IPFW 0