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Jake Douglas wins Pac-12 Men’s Tennis Player of the Week

In the past two months, freshman Jake Douglas has won an individual singles title and 14-straight singles matches. On Sunday, he added his first doubles win in a dual match, and the next day, he added another accomplishment to his growing list: Pac-12 Men’s Tennis Player of the Week.

UW handles Saint Mary’s to complete weekend split

After clinching the Washington men’s tennis team’s win against Saint Mary’s on Sunday at Nordstrom Tennis Center, Viktor Farkas couldn’t stop thinking about the match he couldn’t clinch.

Three-set matches haunt Huskies against Hoosiers

Matt Anger points to a visitor's black long-sleeve shirt with the word "Finish!" printed on it.

UW begins torrid stretch hoping to bolster resume

After missing the NCAA tournament for the first time in his 20-year head coaching tenure with the Washington men’s tennis team last season, Matt Anger wasn’t angry. Disappointed in the results? Yes. Disappointed in his team? No.

Huskies move to 7-1 with win over Portland

In seven days, the Washington men’s tennis team will start its most difficult phase of the nonconference season: three of four matches against ranked teams in two cities almost 1,400 miles apart in eight days. But before that treacherous week, the Huskies got one more win under their belt Friday.

Team chemistry has Huskies off to best start since 2011

Sometimes even Mitch Stewart, the Washington men’s tennis team’s energizer bunny freshman phenom, gets tired. Last weekend, his legs started to cramp as he slogged through a grinding third set, but even as he got weary, he didn’t stop fighting.

Stewart helps Huskies outlast Tulsa in thriller

Tulsa’s Juan Matias Gonzalez writhed on the court in Nordstrom Tennis Center. Screaming, he reached for both of his legs as the muscles seized and cramped. His coach yelled back, “Get up! Get up!”

Huskies dominate Toreros to finish winning weekend

The No. 51 Washington women’s tennis team continued its rebound from two losses last weekend with a dominating 6-1 win over the San Diego Toreros on Saturday morning in San Diego. With two straight victories in San Diego after Friday’s 5-2 win over San Diego State, the Huskies are back above .500 at 5-4 on the young season.

Barra continues transition as Huskies face Tulsa

Joao Barra laughs and pushes his fingers through his short brown hair.

Huskies lose first match of season

For the first time this season, the Washington men’s tennis team left the purple courts of Nordstrom Tennis Center for a team match. The Huskies traded the block “W” on their home court for a burnt orange longhorn and were handed their first loss in the transaction.