Dick Snell

Bulls Look to Regroup at Home Against Penn

March 07, 2013


USF Senior Writer

TAMPA - The USF men's tennis team looks to put a two-match losing streak to an end 2 p.m. Friday when the Bulls host Pennsylvania at the USF Varsity Courts. Fans can watch the match for free.

The Bulls dropped a pair of 6-1 decisions against No. 15 Texas and No. 44 FSU last weekend in Tallahassee. Ravi Patel defeated Texas' Andrew Korinek in three sets last Saturday and Ignacio Gonzalez-Muniz also won in three sets Sunday when he defeated FSU's Benjamin Lock.

USF dropped out of the national rankings in the latest ITA poll after being ranked No. 75 last week.

Penn has lost two straight after falling to Barry University, 5-2, on Wednesday in Miami.

The Bulls head back to the USF Varsity Courts on Monday to host South Alabama at noon. 

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