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	Joe Wood celebrates after winning the Lobos’ double match on Saturday. UNM won 8 of 9
against Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

Joe Wood celebrates after winning the Lobos’ double match on Saturday. UNM won 8 of 9
against Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

A sweeping victory against Corpus Christi

The UNM men’s tennis team all but swept the 59th-ranked Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Saturday inside the Linda Estes Tennis Center.

The Lobos won 8 of 9 matches — two doubles matches and six singles.

UNM’s Carl Ho faced Dmitry Novikov in the No. 1 position. Novikov pushed Ho into a tie breaker (6-6) in the first set, but Ho dominated the tiebreaker, capturing the set and taking the momentum. He coasted to an easy 6-2 victory in the second set.
UNM’s Jadon Phillips, Ben Dunbar, Phil Anderson, Joe Wood and Conor Berg also beat their singles opponents.

Novikov and partner James Langford got a bit of redemption against Lobos Jadon Phillips and Ben Dunbar, notching an 8-5 victory, Corpus Christi’s only of the weekend.

The other two UNM doubles teams, Phil Anderson and Carl Ho and teammates Conor Berg and Joe Wood, won their doubles matches.
The Lobos head to Ohio next Saturday to face No. 3 Ohio State University.

*Men’s Tennis at No. 3 Ohio State University
Saturday, Jan. 30 at 8 a.m. *

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