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Aggies Secure Doubleheader Sweep to End Home Stretch – Texas A&M Athletics

Aggies Secure Doubleheader Sweep to End Home Stretch - Texas A&M Athletics

Final Stats 1 BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Texas A&M men’s tennis team secured a pair of wins over No. 57 USF (7-0) and UT Arlington (4-0) Monday at the Mitchell Tennis Center.
The Aggies (6-6, 1-1 SEC) claimed the opening doubles point of the day, with the first win came from court 5 as Giulio Perego/Raphael Perot bested Thomas Palvekovich-Smith/Samuel Frizelle (6-2). The point was sealed by Trey Hilderbrand/Noah Schachter on court 1 as the pair outlast USF’s (6-9) Bruno Oliveira/Davide Tortora (7-5).
The Aggies continued the momentum through into singles, with Guido Marson being the first A&M player off the court after he dominated Alvin Tudorica on court 3 (6-1, 6-0). This was the first of three quick dominoes to fall, as No. 57 Perot followed closely behind with a win on court 2 over Erik Grevelius (6-3, 6-2), and Matthis Ross added the third singles win in the span of five minutes for the Maroon & White with a 6-2, 6-2 win over the Bulls’ Palvekovich-Smith. To complete the sweep and end the match the remaining three courts ended right behind one-another. Perego claimed the fifth point of the day besting Oliveira on court 4 (7-6(5), 6-3), No. 63 Schachter added a win on court 1 over Tortora (3-6, 6-4, 1-0(5)), and rounding out the wins was No. 105 Pierce Rollins as he outlasted Elijah Cham on court 5 (6-3, 6-7(5), 1-0(2)).

The Maroon & White repeated their doubles success against UT Arlington (7-5) in the second match of the day, claiming the point once again. First off the court was Schachter/Hilderbrand, when the pair made quick work of UT Arlington’s Santiago Giamichelle/Dante Teramo on court 1 (6-1). Luke Casper/Ross followed suit claiming the doubles point for A&M with their win over Lachlan Robertson/Joan Torres-Espinosa on court 5 (6-3).
The Aggies continued their momentum claiming three singles points to clinch the match, 4-0. Kenner Taylor opened the wins for the Maroon & White, as he dominated Daichi Akiyoshi on court 6 (6-2, 6-0). Adding to the onslaught was Perot on court 2, in a straight-sets win on court 2 over Torres-Espinosa (6-1, 6-3). Bringing home the victory for A&M was Rahul Dhokia on court 5, as he bested Ricardo Alban (6-3, 6-3).
Head coach Steve Denton on the today’s dual match with USF…
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