USC Men's Tennis Competes Final Day At Torero Challenge
Nov. 3, 2005
USC Men's tennis finished up play at the Torero Challenge picking up three singles victories and two doubles match versus Pac-10 rival Washington in the final day of play in the tournament hosted by the University of San Diego, Monday.
Trojan junior Garrett Snyder defeated Washingtion's Andy Gerst, 6-4, 6-1 while freshman Chong Wang overcame Mike Ricks, 6-2, 6-2. Senior Witt Livingston defeated Daniel Chu, match scores were not made available for the contest.
In doubles play Adam Loucks and Snyder posted a victory over the Husky duo Jank and Kuharsky 8-5. The Trojan pair of Kaes Van't Hof and Jeff Kazarian defeated Chu and Chu, 8-4.The Trojans resume action on Nov. 2-6 in the Southern California Intercollegiate at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
Andy Kuharszky (UW) def. Kaes Van't Hof (USC), na
Klaus Jank (UW) def. Adam Loucks (USC), na
Chong Wong (USC) def. Mike Ricks (UW), 6-2, 6-2
Garrett Snyder (USC) def. Andy Gerst (UW), 6-4, 6-4
Whit Livingston (USC) def. Chu (UW), na
Doubles Loucks/Snyder (USC) def. Jank/Kuharszky (UW), 8-5
Van't Hof/Kazarian (USC) def. Chu/Chu (UW), 8-4
Gerst/Ricks (UW) def. Livingston/Badart (USC), 8-4
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