|SATURDAY, APRIL 14 | 6:00 PM
WINCHESTER TENNIS COURTS
BOSTON – The Suffolk men's tennis team looks to get back on track Saturday, April 14 as it returns to GNAC action and welcomes Regis to Winchester Tennis Courts for a 6 p.m. first serve.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk men's tennis team was tripped up by Salem State, 7-2, at the Vikings Central Campus Tennis Courts Thursday afternoon in non-conference action.
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Suffolk looks to snap a three-match skid that put the Rams at 3-5 on the season and 0-1 in conference contests.
Individually, Ariel Ilarslan Russo has held down Suffolk's ace position for the majority of the season and the freshman remains unbeaten, 5-0.
In its first GNAC season, Regis sits at 10-4 overall and 1-0 in league play, with a 9-0 cleansheet over Norwich.
Three different racquets have played in the top spot for the Pride. Chris Harrow has seen the most time as Regis' ace and brings in a 7-4 singles record into Saturday.
Harrow is also a crucial part to the Pride's top tandem as he has teamed up with Luke Horton for nine of Regis' matches this season. The partnership sits 5-4 overall.
Suffolk continues its three-match homestand but steps out of conference contests as it hosts Wheelock Wednesday, April 18.