UCSB Completes Regular Season With 4-3 Marathon Loss at SDSUSAN DIEGO, Calif. - The No. 57 UC Santa Barbara men's tennis team battled No. 61 San Diego State in its final regular season match of the 2012 season. The Gauchos battled, and battled, and battled...
Ultimately, UCSB dropped a 4-3 decision to the Aztecs. The regular season finale lasted five hours and 22 minutes. The decider came at No. 6 when Max Glenn lost a thrilling decision to Juan Florez, 6-7 (4), 7-6 (4), 7-6 (8).
UCSB Completes Big West Play With 6-1 Win at UC RiversideThe 57th-ranked UC Santa Barbara men's tennis team completed its Big West schedule on Saturday afternoon with a 6-1 win at UC Riverside. The Gauchos will complete the regular season on Sunday at San Diego State in a non-conference match.
No. 55 Gauchos Blow Past Loyola Marymount in Home Finale, 7-0The UC Santa Barbara men's tennis team said goodbye to just one senior on Wednesday afternoon in its 7-0 win over visiting Loyola Marymount. Fittingly, that one player, co-Captain Mathieu Forget, led the team to victory with an easy win at No. 1 singles.
UCSB Sweeps Through Pacific, 7-0No. 49 UC Santa Barbara completed its spring break in fashion, hanging a 7-0 shutout on visiting Big West Conference opponent Pacific on Sunday afternoon at the Recreation Center Courts.
No. 49 UCSB Edged By No. 54 Denver, 4-3In anticipation of rain, the No. 49 UC Santa Barbara men’s tennis team battled with No. 54 Denver on Saturday afternoon and the Pioneers won the doubles point and, ultimately, defeated the Gauchos, 4-3.
No. 49 UCSB Hosts Key Weekend MatchesThe 49th-ranked UCSB men's tennis team will host No. 55 Denver on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at the Recreation Center Courts on campus. The match against the Pioneers, originally scheduled for noon, is the first of two key weekend contests for the Gauchos.
No. 49 Gauchos Top UC San Diego, 6-1Coming off of a week of final exams, the 49th-ranked UC Santa Barbara men's tennis team returned the court and posted a 6-1 win over visiting UC San Diego on Thursday afternoon.
Mathieu Forget: A Great ExampleThe sky is the limit when it comes to the success and future aspirations of UCSB men’s tennis player Mathieu Forget. Climbing his way up to No.1 player on the team his senior year exemplifies nothing less than a competitive drive and persistent motivation to improve.
No. 61 Gauchos Upset No. 22 Texas Tech, 4-3The 61st-ranked UC Santa Barbara men’s tennis team recorded one of its biggest wins in a decade on Thursday afternoon, defeating No. 22 Texas Tech, 4-3 in dramatic fashion.
UCSB Blows Past Nevada, 6-1UC Santa Barbara downed visiting Nevada by a 6-1 score in an exciting match at the Recreation Center Courts on Sunday afternoon.
No. 61 UCSB Sweeps Past UC Davis, 7-0The 61st-ranked UC Santa Barbara men’s tennis team won the doubles point in Saturday’s match against visiting UC Davis and never looked back, sweeping the Aggies, 7-0.
No. 62 Gauchos Top Big West Rival No. 55 UC Irvine, 5-2The 62nd-ranked UC Santa Barbara men’s tennis team overcame a 1-0 deficit after the doubles competition, winning five of six singles matches, to record a 5-2 Big West Conference win over No. 55 UC Irvine on Monday afternoon.
Gauchos Tame Mustangs, Defeat SMU, 4-3The UCSB men’s tennis team defeated visiting SMU, 4-3, during a thrilling match that came down to the wire on Saturday afternoon at the Recreation Center Courts.
No. 62 Gauchos Blow Past Westmont, 7-0The 62nd-ranked UC Santa Barbara men's tennis team was too much for crosstown Westmont College, the sixth-ranked NAIA team in the nation, winning 7-0 on Saturday afternoon.
Forget Named First Big West Men's Tennis Athlete of the WeekUC Santa Barbara senior Mathieu Forget has been named the year's first Big West Male Tennis Athlete of the Week after posting three wins in his first five singles matches this season. He also recorded wins in three out of four doubles matches.
UCSB Battles Hard But Loses at No. 1 USC, 7-0The UC Santa Barbara men's tennis team had its three-game winning streak ended on Sunday with a 7-0 loss to No. 1 ranked USC. The Trojans won the doubles point and the proceeded to win all six singles tallies en roiute to the win.
Gauchos Upset No. 36 BYU, Win Third StraightIn its first home dual match of the year, UC Santa Barbara upset No. 36 BYU by winning four of six singles matches to capture a 4-2 victory. The teams had to forgo the doubles matches and move play to UCSB’s Stadium Courts due to wet surfaces at the Recreation Center Courts.
UCSB Cruises Past Gonzaga, 6-1UC Santa Barbara won five out of six singles matches as well as the doubles point to post a 6-1 win over Gonzaga on Saturday in Honolulu. The win was the Gauchos first of the season and evens their record at 1-1.
10 Questions With 2012 Distinguished Gaucho Wayne BryanLegendary tennis player, coach and ambassador, father of the greatest doubles team in history, and former UC Santa Barbara men's tennis player Wayne Bryan will receive the 2012 Distinguished Gaucho Award at a Feb. 18, 2012 dinner in his honor.
UCSB Hosts Final Fall Tournament This WeekendThe UCSB men’s tennis team will conclude its fall tournament play by hosting the “UCSB Classic” Friday-Saturday Nov. 11-12 at both the Recreation Center and Harder Stadium Courts on campus.
Bouillin, Recknagel Find Success at SoCal IntercollegiateAxel Bouillin and Benjamin Recknagel advanced to the quarterfinals at the Southern California Intercollegiate Championships in doubles play, with an 8-5 win over Benedikt Eger and Frederik Wilkens of Azusa Pacific before being ousted by the top seeded pair Emilio Gomez and Yannick Hanfmann of USC by an 8-6 score.
UCSB Continues Play at SoCal Intercollegiate Tennis ChampionshipsBenjamin Recknagel and Alex Bouillin represented the UCSB Men’s Tennis team in the main draw of the 55th annual Southern California Intercollegiate Tennis Championship on Thursday at UCLA.
The So Cal Intercollegiates has a wonderful and rich history which have included past champions Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Brad Gilbert and more recently, Gauchos Cory Guy and Simon Shen.
Gaucho Doubles Tandem Falls to UCLA Duo at ITA RegionalThe UC Santa Barbara’s doubles tandem of Mathieu Forget and Mbonisi Ndimande pushed the issue, but in the end, UCLA’s team of Alex Brigham and Dennis Mkrtchian had enough in the tank to record an 8-6 win in the third round of the USTA/ITA Southwest Regional in Malibu, Calif., on Saturday.