Men’s tennis takes MSU Denver

The Eagles win 6-1 against the Roadrunners.

Charlotte McKinley, Staff Writer

Men’s tennis played at home against the Metropolitan State University of Denver on March 24 and won, 6-1.


The Eagles earned the doubles point after a unanimous defeat of the Roadrunners. Junior Sebastian Herrera and graduate Carlos Solorzano’s match finished first with a winning score of 6-2. Juniors Alexei Prokopchuk and Antonio Varona ended last, winning 6-2. Sophomore Callen Hein and freshman Tomas Gomez’s match went unfinished.


In singles, Biola dominated MSU Denver, only allowing the opposing team one point. Prokopchuk finished his match first, winning 6-4 and 6-0. Varona finished second, scoring both matches 6-2. Gomex finished third, beating his opponent 6-4 and 6-1.

Redshirt sophomore Alex Sedeno was the next athlete with a win, beating his opponent 7-6 and 6-1. Herrera’s game was the first to go three matches. He won the first match 6-4, lost the second 4-6 and finally came out on top with a whopping score of 11-9. Sophomore Isaac Cordova finished his game next, winning the first match 6-2, but ultimately losing 3-6 and 4-6.

Biola beat MSU Denver 6-1, defending their home territory.


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