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New additions creating competition for Huskies

After missing the NCAA tournament for the first year in two decades, the Washington men’s tennis team did not rebuild. It reloaded.

Underclassmen lead Huskies to sweep of Wisconsin

A new format in college tennis intended to shorten dual matches often results in anticlimactic endings. Once a team reaches four points, any remaining matches are halted and go down in the stat sheet as neither a win nor a loss.

Douglas’ domination leads Huskies over East Tennessee State

Two zeroes on the scoreboard meant two bagels flying through the air at Jake Douglas on Friday night.

Huskies smoothing out doubles kinks

Even as a freshman, Gal Hakak had a big role for the Washington men’s tennis team.

Douglas tops Stewart for first collegiate title

Leading up to the Washington men’s tennis team’s team season, head coach Matt Anger raved about Jake Douglas. Get all the basic coach buzz words together and that’s what Anger loved about Douglas: great work ethic, tough, competitive.

All-freshmen final for Huskies in Palm Springs

Mitch Stewart and Jake Douglas advance to final at National Collegiate Tennis Classic with wins over seniors Emmett Egger and Viktor Farkas

Friendly fire

Last-second change to tournament forces Huskies into matches with own teammates

UW takes break in team season for individual tournament

The team season had barely taken off for the Washington men’s tennis team before it took a detour.

Freshmen shine in season opener

Mitch Stewart is no stranger to the purple hard courts of Nordstrom Tennis Center. The Federal Way native played on them regularly when he was a standout juniors player participating in the Nordstrom Open.

Highly touted freshmen trying to help UW back to NCAA tournament

On Saturday morning, Mitch Stewart will have butterflies in his stomach and a smile on his face. After finishing his fall season with his first collegiate title, the freshman from Federal Way, Wash., has a lot of reasons to smile.