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Men’s tennis serves Holy Names a loss

The Eagles win in consolation bracket at PacWest Championships.

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Men’s tennis serves Holy Names a loss

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Ashley Grams, Staff Writer

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Men’s tennis finished their season decisively against Holy Names University with a 4-0 win at the PacWest Tennis Championships Saturday morning. Senior David Garcia completed his career with the Eagles with No. 3 doubles and No. 6 singles wins.

Junior Derek James and Garcia took the first win of the day from the No. 3 spot with a score of 6-3. The Eagles’ No. 2 team of junior Erik Martinez and freshman Edwin Ramos defeated the Hawks by the same score. The No.1 doubles team dropped their match 6-3 to Holy Names.

Biola’s singles fared even better as No. 5 freshman Andres Meneses grabbed a convincing win at 6-0, 6-1. Garcia followed suit with the same score from the No. 6 spot, putting Biola in a lengthy lead. James decided the match from the No. 3 spot a 6-1, 6-4 win. Biola finished atop Holy Names in the consolation bracket of the PacWest Tennis Championships.

The Eagles finish their season at 10-14.

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Ashley Grams, Staff Writer

Ashley Grams is a broadcast journalism major with a Spanish minor dreaming about working for ESPN. She is passionate about finding good gluten-free food & meeting new people.



Hi there! My name is Ashley Grams and I grew up in a small town north of Seattle in Washington, so far north in fact that many people resort to saying we live in Canada. In Washington I spent most of my time playing soccer, tennis or watching some other sport. My passion for athletics led me to dream about working for...

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