Bucs host Appalachian State in non-conference finale
The ETSU men's tennis team will look to extend its three-match win streak as it hosts Appalachian State Wednesday, March 19 at 2:00 p.m.
The 57th-ranked Buccaneers (6-8, 2-0) swept their conference-opening weekend, picking up wins over Florida Gulf Coast and Stetson.
ETSU took down FGCU, 5-2, Friday, March 14 before notching a commanding 7-0 win over Stetson Saturday.
Five ETSU players went unbeaten over the weekend, with Roger Ordeig, David Biosca, Sebastian Yllera, Conner Huertas Del Pino, and Ricordo Pabon combining to post an 11-0 record in singles and doubles play.
After tallying a 3-1 record during the month of February, the Mountaineers (4-6, 1-0) have lost four of five matches in March, including four consecutive losses.
Appalachian State has gone 28-32 in singles play this spring, while recording a 13-13 doubles record.
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