The Red Raider men’s tennis team beat the University of Denver over the weekend.

The 22nd Ranked Texas Tech team beat Denver 4-2 at The Falls Athletic Club in Lubbock on Saturday.

In doubles, Tech players Gonzalo Escobar and Vitor Manzini defeated Denver players Yannick Weihs and Othar Kordaschia 8 to 4. Raony Carvalho and Rafael Garcia did not finish as Denver players Jens Vorkefeld and Enej Bonin led 6-4 as Texas Tech took the point.

“This match could have easily gotten away from us, but I’m very proud of the way we kept fighting and came through in conditions that were difficult for us, to play indoors, but I also feel this is one of those matches that will help us down the road because the rest of our schedule gets tougher from here on out,” said Texas Tech men’s tennis head coach Tim Siegel.

The Tech men’s tennis team will next play 32nd-ranked Michigan in Austin on Saturday. The next home game for the Red Raiders will be on March 10th, as they face off against Louisville at 1 p.m. at the McLeod Tennis Center.