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College men's tennis: UWS ushered out of NCAA tournament

North Central (Ill.) swept the match 5-0.

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CHICAGO — Wisconsin-Superior's first appearance in the NCAA men's tennis tournament was a brief one, as North Central (Ill.) swept their opening-round match 5-0 at the University of Chicago on Thursday.

North Central prevailed in all three doubles matches to set the tone, then put the match away quickly once singles started, winning 6-0, 6-2 at No. 1 and 6-2, 6-2 at No. 6.

Two UWS doubles teams: Andre Luiz and Gergo Potz Nagy, and Keisuke Sato and Michael Janes, lost 8-3, while Potz Nagy was even 6-6 late in the first set of his singles match when the decision was clinched.

UWS finishes the season 16-6 having broken the school record for wins by six games.

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