Men's Tennis Completes Pac-10 Run
April 26, 2008
OJAI, Calif. - The final Washington men's tennis players were eliminated from competition today on the semifinal day of the Pac-10 Championships at Libbey Park. David Chu and the doubles duo of Tobi Obenaus and Martin Kildahl both lost in the invitational draws.
Chu, a junior from Vancouver, B.C., saw his three-match win streak end against fourth-seeded Wes Miller of Arizona State. Miller advanced to the final with a 6-3, 6-1 win, where he will now play California's Bozhidar Katsarov.
Obenaus (Waidhofen, Austria) and Kildahl (Oslo, Norway) made a strong run for a pair of freshmen making their first Ojai appearances, but the fourth-seeds fell to USC's Jack Levis and Jason McNaughton, 8-5.
The Huskies, currently ranked 35th nationally, will now return home and tune in to ESPNews on Tuesday, Apr. 29 to see the unveiling of the NCAA Championship bracket. The selection show is scheduled for 11-11:30 a.m.
Washington Men's Tennis
4/26/08 - Ojai, Calif.
(4) Wes Miller (ASU) def. David Chu (UW), 6-3, 6-1
Levis/McNaughton (USC) def. (4) Kildahl/Obenaus (UW), 8-5