Mountain Lions fall to CU-Boulder
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team opened its spring season with a 7-0 loss to Colorado-Boulder on Sunday at the Meadow Creek Tennis and Fitness Club in Lakewood.
The Buffaloes opened by taking all three doubles matches, which counted as only a single team point because of NCAA Division I scoring. Had the match been held at a Division II site, all three doubles matches would have counted as team points.
Two Mountain Lions doubles pairs, Eric Rivera - Shaun Voorhees and Jason Schultz - Travis Sellentin extended their matches to 12 games, losing 8-4.
In singles play, Ken Huston and Jason Bisanti each kept their matches close, falling 6-4 in the second set. Huston dropped his first set 6-2, while Bisanti lost 6-1.
The Buffaloes also swept their match against CSU-Pueblo 7-0 on Sunday.
"We played well for our first time out," said CU-Boulder second-year head coach Sam Winterbotham. "It was a good team effort and we showed good concentration throughout the day."
The Mountain Lions aren't scheduled to play again until March 4, when they travel to Topeka, Kan., for the Washburn Invitational. CU-Colorado Springs will open its home schedule against defending RMAC champion Metro State on March 12 at The Broadmoor.
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