UCLA Downs Clemson, 4-0


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Tulsa, OK-For the second consecutive day UCLA has ended a Clemson
tennis season at an NCAA Tournament. In men's competition in Tulsa,
OK, UCLA defeated Clemson 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA
Tournament on Sunday. On Saturday, the UCLA women defeated the
Clemson women 4-0 in the NCAA Women's tournament in Athens, Ga.


Clemson concludes the season with a 26-11 record, its high
victory total since 1986 when it won 31 matches. That was also the
last year Clemson reached the Final Eight of the NCAA Tournament.


UCLA 4, Clemson 0


Doubles

Alberto Francis/Kris Kwinta (UCLA) d. Jarmaine Jenkins/Nathan Thompson, 8-5

Philipp Gruendler/Luben Pampoulov (UCLA) vs. John Boetsch/Damiisa Robinson (Clem) DNF

Tobias Clemens/Chris Surapol (UCLA) d. Brett Twenty/Ryan Young (CLEM) 8-5



UCLA Wins Doubles Point



Singles

#1 Tobias Clemens (UCLA) vs. Nathan Thompson(Clem) DNF

#2 Luben Pampoulov (UCLA)d. Goran Sterijovski (Clem) 6-0, 6-2

#3 Chris Lam vs. Jarmaine Jenkins (Clem) DNF

#4 Alberto Francis (UCLA) d. John Boetsch (Clem) 6-4, 6-3

#5 Kris Kwinta (UCLA) d. Damiisa Robinson (Clem) 7-6, 6-3

#6 Philipp Gruendler (UCLA) vs. Ryan Young (Clem) DNF

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