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No. 39 Old Dominion Cruises to 6-1 Victory Over Charlotte
Men's Tennis 03/26/2017

NORFOLK, Va. The No. 39 Old Dominion men's tennis team (14-4) was too much for Charlotte (9-11) in a 6-1 victory on Sunday afternoon at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center, which marked the third match in as many days for the Tennis Monarchs.

No. 39 ODU Has Five-Match Win-Streak Snapped in 4-2 Loss to FAU
Men's Tennis 03/25/2017

NORFOLK, Va. The No. 39 Old Dominion men's tennis team (13-4) had its five-match win-streak in a 4-2 loss to Florida Atlantic (15-4) on Saturday afternoon outside at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center.

No. 39 ODU Defeats Middle Tennessee 4-3 for Fifth Straight Victory
Men's Tennis 03/24/2017

NORFOLK, Va. The No. 39 Old Dominion men's tennis team (13-3) overcame two deficits en route to a 4-3 win over Middle Tennessee (5-11) on Friday afternoon outside at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center in front of over 100 fans. ODU trailed 1-0 and then 2-1, but ultimately claimed victory in four of the six singles matches. The Monarchs have now won five matches in a row.

Tennis Monarchs Set for Three Home C-USA Matches in Three Days
Men's Tennis 03/22/2017

NORFOLK, Va. The No. 39 nationally ranked Old Dominion men's tennis team (12-3) will host three matches this weekend versus C-USA opponents. The weekend's matches begin on Friday, Mar. 24 at 3:00 p.m. when ODU welcomes Middle Tennessee (5-10) to the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center, where free pizza will be provided for fans. ODU will take on Florida Atlantic (12-4) on Saturday, Mar. 25 at 3:00 p.m. before finishing up the weekend with a match on Sunday, Mar. 26 at 10:00 a.m. against Charlotte (9-8).

No. 36 Monarchs Roar Past Brown Bears, 4-2, for Fourth Straight Win
Men's Tennis 03/19/2017

"Our fans saw a high quality dual match today," said ODU head coach Dominik Mueller. "Both teams competed very hard and we were very focused in the deciding moments. For the weekend, I'm proud how we came back twice to win both matches after dropping the doubles point. We will work on our doubles play this week and make some improvements."

No. 36 Tennis Monarchs Slam the Rams in 4-2 Win Over VCU
Men's Tennis 03/17/2017

NORFOLK, Va. The No. 36 nationally ranked Old Dominion men's tennis team (11-3) won four of five singles matches on its way to claiming a 4-2 win on Friday afternoon at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis center.

ODU Tennis Hosts VCU on Friday (1PM) and Brown on Sunday (9AM)
Men's Tennis 03/15/2017

The No. 36 nationally ranked Old Dominion men's tennis team (10-3) hosts VCU (9-6) on Friday, March 17 at 1:00 p.m. at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center. Then on Sunday, March 19, ODU will welcome Brown (9-4) for a 9:00 a.m. start.

No. 25 Old Dominion Too Much for St. John’s in 4-0 Victory
Men's Tennis 03/04/2017

NORFOLK, Va. The No. 25 nationally ranked Old Dominion men's tennis team (10-3) downed St. John's (7-11) by a 4-0 score on Saturday at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center.

No. 25 Old Dominion Welcomes St. John’s on Saturday at 1PM
Men's Tennis 03/02/2017

"We are obviously thrilled to be in the Top 25," said ODU head coach Dominik Mueller. "It was one of the goals we set for ourselves before the season, but we can't be satisfied since there is a lot of more tennis to be played. Overall I'm just happy for our guys, because they put in a lot of hard work to get there."

Tennis Monarchs Crack Top 25 in National Rankings
Men's Tennis 03/01/2017

NORFOLK, Va. For the first time in over a decade, the Old Dominion men's tennis team has cracked the Top 25 of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Rankings.

Monarchs Down Penn in Philadelphia, 4-3
Men's Tennis 02/26/2017

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. The No. 26 Old Dominion men's tennis team took down Penn (6-4) by a 4-3 score on Sunday afternoon at the Hecht Center. The Monarchs started the day claiming the doubles point with wins from No. 45 Jacob Nicolussi/Adam Moundir and Michael Weindl/Javier Jover Maestre.

Tennis Monarchs Fall at Yale, 4-3
Men's Tennis 02/24/2017

"All the credit to Yale," said ODU head coach Dominik Mueller. "They out-executed us today. All the little things we did right so far this season, we didn't do today collectively. Yale did and that's why they deserved to win."