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Stewart, Raman, Farkas claim titles to end fall season

Despite playing in two different tournaments on opposite ends of the West Coast, the Washington men’s tennis team came away from each with the same results.

Stewart wins in three again, punches ticket to final

Despite coming to the Washington men’s tennis team less than two months ago as an aggressive baseliner, freshman Mitch Stewart used his new and improved net game to advance to his first collegiate final Saturday.

Stewart moves on to semifinals at Kramer Invitational; Huskies nearly perfect at Pacific Northwest Intercollegiates

After more than five hours on the court under the Southern California sun, Mitch Stewart put up his feet and laughed joyfully into the phone.

Huskies stellar in singles, but falter in doubles at Jack Kramer Invitational

Half of the day went off without a hitch for Washington men’s tennis head coach Matt Anger. The other half, not so much.

Huskies split for weekend, but ready for homecomings

Jake Douglas has only been away from home for a few months, but since the freshman from Rolling Hills, Calif., came to the Washington men’s tennis team, he has already seen improvements in his game.

Bears take down Egger and Hawke in semifinal

For the second year in a row, Emmett Egger and Jeff Hawke made a deep run in the main doubles draw of the United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (USTA/ITA) Northwest Regional Championships. For the second year in a row, the UW’s run was cut short by a pair from Pac-12 foe California.

Egger and Hawke through to semifinals

Jeff Hawke missed a chance to get to New York last year. He doesn’t plan on it again this year.

Two doubles pairs into round of 16 at regional tournament

For the Washington men’s tennis team, experience prevailed Saturday at the United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (USTA/ITA) Northwest Regional Championships.

UW freshmen undefeated in college debuts

On its first day of competitive college tennis, the Washington men’s tennis team’s highly-touted recruiting class didn’t disappoint.

Freshmen Stewart, Douglas start college careers at regional tournament

Mitch Stewart and Jake Douglas are part of the ninth-best men’s tennis recruiting class in the nation this year, one of the highest ranked classes in head coach Matt Anger’s tenure with the Washington men’s tennis team.