Cal Poly men's tennis team has three doubles teams in tournament semis

sports@thetribunenews.comNovember 3, 2012 

Singles player Jordan Bridge and three doubles teams advanced into the semifinals for the Cal Poly men's tennis team Saturday on the second day of the Pacific Invitational.

Cal Poly’s Derek Klein and Gannon Daynes lost to Erik Cederwall and Denis Stoylarov of Pacific in the Black Doubles semifinals, while Cal Poly’s Bridge beat James Markiewicz from St. Mary’s 6-0, 7-5 in the Orange Singles consolation bracket.

The Mustangs’ Devin Barber lost 6-4, 6-7, 6-2 to Cal’s Jordan Smith, and Derek Klein fell 4-6, 6-0, 7-6 to Cal’s Andrew Scholick in the White semifinals.

In Orange Doubles consolation, Cal Poly’s doubles team of Naveen Beasley and Jurgen De Jager advanced on a walkover by the St. Mary’s doubles team of Seif Elsherbini and Alex Hunt-Wo, and Jordan Bridge and Matt Thomson won 8-4 against Jeremy Quiroz and Sai Kartik of Fresno State. Later in the Orange Doubles semifinals, the Cal Poly team of Beasley and De Jager beat teammates Bridge and Thomson 9-8.

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