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Friday, March 1, 2024
March 1 , 2024

Miami men’s tennis loses to Cavaliers in final home match of year

For seniors Benjamin Hannestad and Bojan Jankulovski, this would be their last time playing in Coral Gables. While not the final match of the season, there was a sense of finality as match play commenced against a powerful Virginia Cavaliers team.

Miami men’s tennis falls to Virginia Tech in match marred by controve...

When the Canes took to the court Friday afternoon, the match began like every other. It would soon be turned on its head with a controversial disqualification and a heated exchange between a coach and an umpire.

Miami men’s tennis brushes past Boston College, notches first ACC roa...

The Hurricanes (14-6, 3-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) traveled to Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Friday morning to face off against Boston College. The Eagles (4-11, 0-7 ACC) were no match for Miami, even despite the Canes playing without their star singles player, Dan Martin.

Miami men’s tennis ends slide, tallies major win against No. 26 Flori...

No. 37 Miami (14-6, 2-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) had been off to a great start to the season, but ACC play has been extremely competitive. After losing four straight close matches, a fifth to No. 26 Florida State (12-7, 2-5 ACC) might have been the dagger.

Miami fights hard against No. 21 Notre Dame, falls just short of upset

Miami men’s tennis (12-6, 1-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) lost another tightly contested match, extending their losing streak to four matches. This latest defeat came at the hands of No. 21 Notre Dame (14-6, 4-2 ACC). The two teams battled for 3.5 hours before the Irish edged the Canes, 4-3, to claim the victory.

Miami’s skid continues, falls to No. 43 Louisville

Miami men’s tennis (12-5, 1-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) lost their third consecutive match in under a week. This time, the Louisville Cardinals (12-5, 4-1 ACC) got the better of the Canes in an extremely close match.

Hurricanes falter against North Carolina 4-0

Miami (12-3, 1-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) took to the courts at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center on Friday night for its fourth match in the last seven days. Coming off emotional victories against No. 20 NC State and No. 26 Memphis, the Hurricanes lost some of their intensity against No. 31 North Carolina (7-5, 2-1 ACC).

Hurricanes show grit, win both matches in an intense doubleheader

When the Miami men’s tennis team (12-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) scheduled a midweek doubleheader before the season started, they likely did not expect their first opponent, Memphis, to be as formidable as it ended up turning out. The Tigers (8-3) had shot up to No. 26 nationally, just behind the No. 24 Canes.

Miami blows past No. 20 North Carolina State in bounce-back performance

Fifth-year senior Bojan Jankulovski pumped his fist and let out a roar as his teammates and fans erupted in applause. With his singles victory, Miami (10-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) clinched its first ranked win of the season against the North Carolina State Wolfpack (10-4, 1-2 ACC) on a sunny Sunday afternoon in Coral Gables.

Miami battles hard, falls narrowly to No. 7 Wake Forest

Wake Forest (18-4, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), the top-ranked team in the ACC and a perennial national title contender, was hungry to assert itself as the favorites for the conference. The Hurricanes were coming off a four-game win streak and an undefeated home court record on the season. For both teams, there was a lot on the line.

Erik Lamm