College Roundup: Cal Poly men's tennis team downs San Diego State

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 2, 2013 

Cal Poly's men's tennis team downed San Diego State 6-1 on Saturday at home to improve to 3-2.

Cal Poly took the doubles point behind wins from the teams of Marco Comuzzo and Naveen Beasley and Andre Dome and Jordan Bridge.

In singles, Dome, Beasley, Jurgen De Jager and Derek Klein won for the Mustangs. 


California Collegiate Open

Cal Poly wrestlers Devon Lotito, Kyle Chené and Sean Dougherty captured individual titles at the meet hosted by San Francisco State.

Lotito (27-7) won two matches by fall and two more by decision, including an 8-3 win over Isaiah Hurtado of San Francisco State, for the championship at 133 pounds. 

Chené (157) won his four matches by decision, including one major and earned a 3-2 decision over Nick Schlager of Oregon State for the title. Dougherty (184) raised his record to 21-9.


Cal Poly 308, CSU Bakersfield 317

The Mustangs’ Taylor Yoshitake was the medalist with an even-par 72 at the Santa Maria Country Club in the Mustangs’ spring opener. 

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