Loggers wrap up homestand with contest against No. 12 Whitman

Loggers wrap up homestand with contest against No. 12 Whitman

TACOMA, Wash.—The Puget Sound men's tennis team wrapped up its brief homestand Saturday with a 9-0 defeat to nationally-ranked Whitman at the on-campus Tennis Pavilion in Tacoma, Wash.

The Loggers fell to the No. 12 Missionaries 9-0. The match started out with doubles contests. At No. 3 doubles, the Loggers' duo of John Stevens and Colton Wright saw the most success of any other Puget Sound doubles team, winning three games in a 8-3 loss.

During singles play, three Puget Sound players won three games as well. At No. 1 doubles, Daniel Deuel won three in the second set during a 6-0, 6-3 loss. Jordan Meyers saw that same score in his singles match after winning three games in the second set at No. 5 singles.

Abe Noyes split his three game victories over sets, falling 6-1, 6-2 at No. 3 singles.

The Loggers (1-6, 1-6 NWC) now head east to Orlando, Fla., for a four-match spring break trip. They begin the trip with a match against Hobart Monday, March 17.