INJURIES FORCE MEN’S TENNIS TO FORFEIT MATCH AT NEVADA
RENO, Nev. – Due to a rash of injuries that has struck the Sacramento State men's tennis team, the Hornets had to forfeit their scheduled match today at Nevada. Although no singles or doubles matches were played, the Wolf Pack are credited with a 4-0
The Hornets have nine eligible players on the roster, and six are currently injured. That leaves three healthy bodies, three short of what a team usually carries into a match.
With the victory, Nevada improves to 16-4 while the Hornets dropped to 9-15.
Today marked the final regular season match of the season for the Hornets. Now, the team will rest up and hope to get somewhat healthy for the Big Sky Championship next week (April 25-27) at the Gold River Racquet Club.
The Hornets, who went 6-4 in league play, have already clinched the No. 5 seed for the tournament and will begin play against an opponent still to be determined on April 25.