Walsh evened up both its overall record and conference record with a 7-2 victory at Lake Superior State on Sunday. The Cavaliers (9-9, 2-2) had to come from behind to beat the Lakers (2-11, 0-4), but dominated with a sweep in singles play.
Walsh had little trouble in an 8-1 win over Michigan Tech on Saturday at the Gates Tennis Center. The Cavaliers (8-9, 1-2) scored its first conference win while the Huskies (1-8, 0-3) remain winless in the GLIAC.
Despite the two teams being located in Ohio, Walsh and John Carroll met each other on the campus of the University of South Florida on Wednesday. The Cavaliers shut out the Blue Streaks 9-0 to improve to 7-8. JCU remained winless on the year at 0-7.
Walsh cruised to a shutout of North Central (Minn.) in its first match over spring break at the University of South Florida on Sunday afternoon. The Cavaliers improved to 6-7 while the Rams dropped to 0-5.
Walsh dropped the final match of the GLIAC-GLVC Tennis crossover as it fell 7-2 to Rockhurst. The Cavaliers are now 5-5 on the year as they get ready for conference play and spring break games. The Hawks were 4-0 after the win.
Ross Whittaker lost his bid to play in the Men’s A Singles Consolation Finals with a semifinals loss to Joey Fischer of Wayne State. Whittaker lost the first set 6-2 and the second set 7-5 in a strong effort to come back and tie the match.
The Walsh men’s tennis team is participating in the ITA Regional Tournament hosted by the University of Indianapolis this weekend. After the first day of competition, some Cavaliers have advanced to the second day of play after impressive wins today.