Langer Gets 100th Doubles Win in Sweep of Tigers
April 15, 2012
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana men's tennis (18-8, 5-4 Big Ten, No. 31) took down DePauw on Sunday evening 7 to 0. In the match, senior Jeremy Langer tallied career doubles victory number 100, becoming the first IU men's tennis player ever to reach the milestone. Langer also tallied his 88th career singles victory, making his career total of combined victories 188, which is the highest total in school history.
Langer and Isade Juneau won 8-4 over Eric Hubbard and David Moss at number one doubles for the historic win. The Hoosiers swept doubles action.
Langer played at number two singles, knocking off Michael Rardon in straight sets. The Hoosiers gave up a combined five games in the six singles matches. Josh MacTaggart won 6-0, 6-0 at number one, completing an unbelievable stretch of play on Sunday that saw him win 37 of the last 39 games he played in singles and doubles. Also sweeping the competition were Will Kendall and Dimitrije Tasic at four and five singles.
Next weekend, the Hoosiers host Illinois and Vincennes on Friday and then pay a visit to Northwestern on Sunday, closing out the regular season. For complete coverage of all things IU men's tennis, stay tuned to IUHoosiers.com.
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