Men’s Tennis Travels to Northwestern, Western Michigan for Pair of Matches

Photo courtesy: Zack Williamson
Photo courtesy: Zack Williamson

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.­—After a successful weekend at home, the Harvard men's tennis team travels to the Midwest for matches with Northwestern and Western Michigan. First, the Crimson takes on the Wildcats on Feb. 9 before making a quick turnaround to compete against the Broncos on Feb. 10. Both matches are set to start at 1 p.m. (12 p.m. CST).

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What to Know
­-Harvard completed a weekend sweep its last time out, taking down Vanderbilt, Penn State and Boston University at home to improve to 4-2 (0-0 Ivy) on the season.
-Opening the weekend, the Crimson will face off against a 3-4 Northwestern squad. The Wildcats have won three consecutive matches, besting Duke, Auburn and Chicago State.
-Sunday marks the first time Western Michigan and Harvard have met on the tennis court. The Broncos are 2-4 heading into their matchup with the Crimson.
-As announced by the ITA on Feb. 6, four Crimson players received singles and doubles rankings. Robert Wrzesinski was tabbed the No. 71 singles player in the nation while doubles pair Logan Weber and Andy Zhou received a No. 53 mark.

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