WMU males’s tennis beats Toledo to cap 3-Zero weekend | Sports activities


WMU men's tennis Joaquin Caballer

Joaquin Caballer

West Michigan men’s tennis defeated Toledo 5-2 on Sunday to end a 3-0 weekend and go 8-0 in the MAC game.

The Broncos narrowly secured the colon when Joaquin Caballer and Peter Kuszynski won 6-1 in 3rd place to open the game, but the No. 1 duo of Jannik Opitz and Zak Faveri fell 6-3 Fynn Lohse and Jack Randall won 2 with 6: 3 and won the point for the WMU.

WMU men's tennis Peter Kuszynski

Peter Kuszynski

In the single game, Kuszynski took first place with a 6: 2, 6: 2 victory in second place. Opitz built on his career win with a 6-1, 7-5 win in first place to move the Broncos within a point of securing the game. The Rockets fought back when Brogan Pierce fell in 5th place 2: 6, 4: 6 and Lohse lost in 3rd place 3: 6, 7: 5. Arjun Honnappa secured the match win 7-5, 6-3 in 4th place, and Benjamin George got stronger as his match continued in 6th place and won 1-6, 6-2, 6-0.

WMU men's tennis Benjamin George

Benjamin George

That win followed a 4-3 win over Ball State Friday and an off-conference win over Omaha with a 4-1 win on Saturday. Western Michigan is now 21-1 a year and there is only one game left to play.

The Broncos will end the season from the Sorensen Courts against Northern Illinois on Saturday. The Huskies are currently playing 7-1 in the MAC game. The only loss was when the WMU won 6-1 in DeKalb earlier this month. The season finale on Saturday starts at 2 p.m.