CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The No. 38 Harvard men's tennis team caps its West Coast road trip with the ninth annual San Diego Spring Classic tournament this weekend, March 22-24. The Crimson opens the three-day tournament with a match against co-host San Diego State on Friday at 3:30 p.m. PST (6:30 p.m. EST) at the Aztec Tennis Center.
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-During the three-day tournament, co-hosted by No. 36 San Diego and San Diego State, the Crimson will compete alongside Memphis, Wichita State, No. 50 Princeton, No. 49 Tulane and Drake.
-At last year's San Diego Spring Classic, Harvard took down San Diego State and Texas Tech on its way to the finals, where it fell to Memphis, 4-2.
-Heading into the weekend, Steven Sun leads the team in singles with a 12-0 record this spring.
-No. 20 doubles pair Andy Zhou and Logan Weber improved to 8-4 following a 6-3 win over Williams College earlier this week.
The Crimson looks to advance to the semifinal round of the San Diego Spring Classic, where it will face off against the winner of No. 49 Tulane and Drake on Saturday, March 23.