UMKC men's tennis (4-2) fell 7-0 at No. 12 Oklahoma State (7-1) on Sunday at the Greenwood Tennis Center. The Cowboys won all six singles matches in straight sets and also claimed the doubles point.
UMKC men's tennis (4-1) dropped its first match of the season Saturday afternoon at Arkansas. The Roos were defeated 7-0.
UMKC men's tennis (4-0) takes its undefeated record to Arkansas of the SEC and Oklahoma State of the Big 12 Conference this weekend at two of the most impressive venues in all of college tennis. The Roos will take on the Razorbacks Saturday at 3 p.m. CT and the Cowboys Sunday at 5 p.m. CT.
UMKC men's tennis (4-0) made quick work of Baker (Kan.) Wednesday afternoon at the Kansas City Racquet Club. The Roos won 7-0 in an efficient showing on both the singles and doubles courts.
UMKC men's tennis (3-0) welcomes Baker (Kan.) on Wednesday at the Kansas City Racquet Club. The match will begin at 12 p.m.
UMKC men's tennis (3-0) recorded an undefeated weekend in Colorado with a 4-3 triumph over Air Force on Saturday evening. The Roos and Falcons split the singles matches 3-3 but UMKC claimed the doubles point to prevail. UMKC notched singles victories at the 1-3 slots.
UMKC men's tennis (2-0) earned a 4-2 victory over Montana State on Friday evening. The Roos won four singles matches to claim their second straight victory to begin the spring season.
UMKC men's tennis (1-0) will compete against Montana State and Air Force in evening matches on Friday and Saturday. Both contests will begin at 6 p.m. CT.
UMKC men's tennis cruised to a 7-0 victory over William Jewell in the spring season opener at the Kansas City Racquet Club on Saturday afternoon.
UMKC men's tennis begins the spring slate Saturday with a 12 p.m. match against William Jewell at the Kansas City Racquet Club.
UMKC tennis continues taking on Europe. Both the women's and men's teams started their fourth and last day in Barcelona with an early 9 a.m. hit for one last time before heading to Montpellier, France. Both teams had an hour and a half of intensity on hard courts this morning to get ready for competition in France.
Today we practiced on the clay to start our morning. We took a short break at the hotel and left for lunch near the central street of La Rambla. Many of us got to try new food that we've never eaten, such as squid.