Men's Tennis

    Langer, Armengaud One Win Away From Advancing at All-American

    Go Hoosiers! Sophomores Jeremy Langer and Maxime Armengaud won two doubles matches on the day, and the doubles pair sits one win away from advancing to the main draw of the nation's biggest tournament.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Sophomores Jeremy Langer and Maxime Armengaud won two doubles matches on the day, and the doubles pair sits one win away from advancing to the main draw of the nation's biggest tournament.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Oct. 6, 2009

    TULSA, Okla. - Sophomores Jeremy Langer and Maxime Armengaud won two doubles matches on the day, and the doubles pair sits one win away from advancing to the main draw of the nation's biggest tournament, the D'Novo All-American Championships. The two sophomores will square off with Rob Lowe and Frideric Prandecki of North Carolina State for the right to play advance through the qualifying rounds.

    Langer and Armengaud opened the day with a 9-7 win over Cassidy Mears and Evan Urbina of BYU, and they took another close one in the second round, defeating George Coupland and Artem Ilyushin by a similar score, 9-7.

    Senior Lachlan Ferguson and freshman Alexander van Gils defeated Holden Ching and Marko Starcevic of Sacramento State, 8-6, and in the second round, they fell to Drew Courtney and Lee Singer of Virginia by an 8-4 tally.

    Langer and Armengaud are back in action at 3 pm ET on Wednesday. Live stats and video are available here. For all things IU tennis, stay tuned to IUHoosiers.com.

     

     


       

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