The Michigan men”s tennis team sent three members to Ohio this weekend to play in the Toledo Rocket Invitational. Sophomores Brett Baudinet and Anthony Jackson and junior Chris Shaya, competed in the three-day event.

In the A division, Baudinet lost to Bowling Green senior Vitek Wild, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. In the consolation bracket, the Wolverine sophomore rebounded to defeat Joost Hol of Northwestern.

Jackson also competed in the A division, defeating Jimmy McGuire of Michigan State, 4-6. 6-3, 6-2. But he lost in the second round to Northwestern”s Jackie Jenkins, 6-0, 6-1.

Shaya, rebounding from an off-season wrist injury, advanced to the semifinals of the B division by defeating Wildcat Russell Bennett and Robert Kurek of DePaul. The results of the junior”s semifinal match were unavailable.

In the doubles bracket, Baudinet and Jackson fell to the Kurek and Andy Michael of DePaul in a close match, 8-6.

The Wolverines will head to East Lansing for the Big Ten Singles Championship Nov. 10-12.

Dan Rosen

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