Men's tennis trump Vincennes, 7-2


After losing to Indiana University Sunday, the Tigers faced Vincennes University Tuesday, April 9 winning an impressive match. The Tigers improved their record to 5-12 overall in the season.
The Tigers won two out of three doubles matches and five out of six singles to trump the Vincennes Trailblazers in the home opener of their season.
Juniors Sam Miles and Ben Kopecky, number-one doubles pair, fell to Vincennes freshman Warren Kuhn and sophomore Erick Bermudez, 8-4. Senior doubles partners Reid Garlock and David Moss improved to 9-3 at number-two doubles with their 8-5 victory.
Miles then lost the point to Kuhn in his singles match. Miles competed with Kuhn in the first set losing in a tiebreaker, 7-5. In the next set Miles only got a single match of Kuhn.
Kopecky and sophomore Chris Bertolini both got their wins in a tiebreaker while sophomore Eric Bruynseels defeated Vincennes AJ Steiner 6-0, 6-0, not letting a single match to be taken from him.
DePauw will play next Saturday, April 13 when they travel to Wittenberg University for a 2 p.m. match.