April 4, 2013
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The No. 26 Florida State men's tennis team (14-6) is spending all afternoon at the Scott Speicher Tennis Center with a doubleheader on Friday, April 5. The Seminoles host No. 66 North Florida (10-6) at noon and then take on Boston College (5-8) at 5 p.m.
"We're glad to be back home with two matches this Friday," said head coach Dwayne Hultquist. "We want to get back on track against a very difficult North Florida team. Boston College will be another strong ACC match; they were really competitive last year in Massachusetts so we look forward to playing them Friday night."
UNF currently is on a eight match winning streak which started with a 5-2 victory over Miami. The Osprey's have the No. 10 doubles team in the nation with Moritz Buerchner and Norbert Nemcsek. Florida State holds a 9-1 record over North Florida since the teams' first match in 1985, which was the Osprey's only win. The Seminoles won 7-0 last year.
The Seminoles hold a perfect 9-0 record against Boston College. They two teams faced each other for the first time in 1979. FSU won 6-1 last season.
After losing two matches last weekend, the Seminoles are looking forward to stopping the streak. This spring not one player has a losing record in singles or doubles play. The Seminoles also have a winning mark on eight of the possible nine positions in singles and doubles.
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