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Men's Tennis

Indiana Falls Short in NCAA Opening Round to LSU, 4-3

Santiago Gruter

Indiana (23-8, 9-1) men's tennis' record-breaking season came to an end on Friday afternoon in a tough 4-3 loss to Louisiana State University (12-13, 5-6). The Hoosiers fell in the opening round of the 2011 NCAA Men's Tennis Championship hosted by Texas A&M. † Full Story >>

Hoosiers fall in Big Ten Semi's to Minnesota, 4-0

Santiago Gruter

The Indiana men's tennis team fell to Minnesota, 4-0, in the semi finals of 2011 Big Ten Championship on Saturday, April 30. † Full Story >>

Menís Tennis headed to Big Ten semifinals

Josh MacTaggert

Indiana men's tennis moved to the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament by defeating Purdue 4-2. The Hoosiers got key wins from All-Big Ten honorees Jeremy Langer and Josh MacTaggart to seal the deal. The win is the 23rd of the season for IU, the most ever in a single season for a Hoosier team. † Full Story >>

Historic win for IU at Penn State

Stephen Vogl

Indiana men's tennis closed the 2011 regular season on Sunday, knocking off Penn State 6-1 to close the season with a 9-1 record in Big Ten play. The Hoosiers finish 9-1 for just the second time IU school history, matching the Hoosiers' 1991-92 season for the best conference record in IU lore. † Full Story >>

Hoosiers fall at No. 4 Ohio State

Josh MacTaggert

Indiana men's tennis fell for the first time in Big Ten play this season, losing 5-2 at No. 4 Ohio State. The Hoosiers got wins from Josh MacTaggart and Stephen Vogl at three and five singles respectively. † Full Story >>

Hoosiers Fall at No. 32 Louisville

Dimitrije Tasic

Indiana men's tennis saw its 12-match winning streak come to an end on Sunday, falling at No. 32 Louisville. † Full Story >>