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Men's Tennis Hosts Green Bay Sunday
Junior Filip Dzanko nabbed a ranked win during the Blue Demons' last road trip, taking down New Mexico's Samir Iftikhar (#103).


Junior Filip Dzanko nabbed a ranked win during the Blue Demons' last road trip, taking down New Mexico's Samir Iftikhar (#103).

March 22, 2013

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CHICAGO - DePaul men's tennis returns home to Lakeshore Sport & Fitness for the first time in over a month when the Blue Demons host Green Bay on Sunday.

First serve is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. and DePaul will be looking to keep its perfect home record intact (3-0).

Overall, the squad is on a seven-match slide and enters the match with a 3-11 record. Green Bay, 9-6 on the dual season, is coming off a tight 4-3 setback against No. 72 Stetson in DeLand, Fla. on Wednesday.

Senior Craig Cox leads the Phoenix with a 12-3 record, playing mostly at third singles (8-2). Sophomore Michael Tenzer also has put together a 9-2 ledger and is 7-2 at the top spot in the lineup, winning his past three matches.

Junior Filip Dzanko leads the way for DePaul at first singles and is coming off an undefeated weekend over the Blue Demons' last road trip to Albuquerque, N.M. - including a win over New Mexico's 103rd-ranked Samir Iftikhar.

Following the home match, DePaul hops right back on the road to take on Belmont University on Wednesday, March 27 in Nashville, Tenn.