Langer Ties Record in IU K.O. of NJIT
March 16, 2012
ORLANDO, Fla. - Indiana men's tennis (11-3, No. 21) won it fifth-straight match, sweeping New Jersey Institute of Technology. The Hoosiers swept all three double matches and then took straight-set wins in all six single matches.
With his win at number one double, Jeremy Langer moved his career total for doubles wins to 94, tying Santiago Gruter for the all-time record at IU. Langer and Isade Juneau won 8-2 to claim the historic win.
In singles, IU didn't drop a set and kept NJIT to three or less games won in all but one set. The Hoosiers have gotten out the brooms for a sweep six times this season.
Indiana opens Big Ten play this week when they pay a visit to the rival Purdue Boilermakers on Wed., March 21. For complete coverage of all things IU men's tennis, stay tuned to IUHoosiers.com.
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