Michigan State men's tennis turned in one of its most impressive seasons in recent memory, making it to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. Three Spartans earned post-season awards, including freshman John Patrick Mullane being tabbed the Frank Beeman Most Valuable Player.
No. 43 Michigan State tennis fell to No. 25 Tulsa in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, 4-1 on Friday afternoon. The Hurricanes took the doubles point and three singles matches to seal the match. Harry Jadun defeated Lucas Vaz 6-1, 6-3 in the No. 6 singles position for the Spartans only victory.
Michigan State tennis heads to the NCAA tournament for the first time in program history and will take on Tulsa on Friday, May 10 in Waco, Texas. The Spartans ended the year 14-13 to earn the first at-large bid since the team tournament began in 1972.
In the 100th year of Michigan State tennis, the Spartans earned the program's first bid to the NCAA Tournament. MSU earned an at-large bid Tuesday evening and will face Tulsa in the first round on Friday, May 10 in Waco, Texas.
The Michigan State men's tennis team fell in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament this afternoon, as No. 2 seed Minnesota defeated the Spartans for the second time this season with a 4-0 victory. Minnesota will face the winner of the quarterfinal match between Michigan and Indiana.
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