The UCSB men play their first home matches of the season this week, taking on San Diego State tomorrow at 1:30 and Fresno State, Saturday at noon. Both matches will be played at the Rec Cen courts on Mesa Road. The Gauchos are currently 1-1 on the year with a win over no. 40 SMU and a loss to no. 5 USC at the ITA National Kick Off Classic in LA last weekend. Traditionally, SDSU has been a tough test for the Gauchos with numerous, down to the wire, 4-3 results over the years.
Following a 4-0 victory over SMU a day ago, the No. 37 UC Santa Barbara men's tennis team fell short in the ITA Kick-Off Classic Championship losing to No. 5 USC, the hosts of the weekends' events, 6-1. Although the score might indicate a blowout, the Gauchos were in this match until the bitter end. In doubles, the No. 44 Gaucho duo of juniors Nicolas Moreno de Alboran and Anders Holm lost 3-6 to USC's Brandon Holt and Riley Smith.
The 2018 season is off to a good start for the UC Santa Barbara men who began the year with a bang, blanking SMU 4-0 to advance to the ITA Kick-Off Classic championship round against No. 5 USC tomorrow. The winner of Saturday's match will earn an invitation to the ITA National Team Indoor Championship. The Gauchos were able to pull out two tough doubles wins to secure the opening point.
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