Clemens and Ketola Fall in NCAA Doubles
May 24, 2002
College Station, Texas - UCLA's doubles tandem of Tobias Clemens and Lassi Ketola dropped its second round match Friday in the round of 16 at the NCAA Men's Tennis Championships at Texas A&M University.
Clemens and Ketola, unseeded in the 32-team draw but ranked No. 29 in the country, lost to Furman's James Cameron/John Chesworth, 6-4, 6-1.
UCLA, which dropped a 4-2 decision to top-seeded Georgia in the semifinals of the team Championships on Monday, does not have any more individuals competing in the NCAA Tournament. On Thursday, all three of UCLA's singles entrants fell in the second round, and the Bruins' No. 1-seeded doubles team of Marcin Matkowski/Jean-Julien Rojer were upset in the first round of doubles play.
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