Vashaun Newman
Men's Tennis

UTSA set for road test at 49th-ranked Texas A&M

at #49 Texas A&M: 3/4 – 6 p.m.
SAN ANTONIO – After earning the program's highest ranking in school history, UTSA will hit the road for another matchup with a ranked foe, heading to College Station to face off with the 49th-ranked Texas A&M Aggies in an attempt to win its sixth match in a row and third straight against a ranked program.
UTSA (7-4) will meet the Aggies on Saturday, March 4, in a matchup that will feature two top 50 programs in the country. A&M (4-4) has faced off with four ranked opponents so far this season and will play UTSA as part of a doubleheader as it is set to face No. 5 Kentucky earlier in the afternoon.
Junior Alan Magadan, sophomore Tomás Pinho and senior Sebastian Rodriguez each have five wins in solo play this season to lead the team. The duo pair of Garrett Skelly and Jackson Ross is 5-2 to lead the doubles groups.
UTSA's doubles pair of Rodriguez and Alan Magadan remain in the top 20 of the ITA national rankings as the duo was recently announced as the 18th-best tandem in the country following the Feb. 21 update.
Series History
UTSA and Texas A&M will be meeting for the eighth time in the two teams' history this Saturday. The Aggies are a perfect 7-0 against the Roadrunners and have outscored UTSA 39-6 across those seven matches. All seven matchups have taken place in College Station, as A&M claimed the most recent matchup, 6-1, last year.
Up Next
The Roadrunners will return to the UTSA Tennis Center for its next matchup, as they are set to face off with the Furman Paladins. The match with the Paladins is set for Tuesday, March 7, and is set to begin at 1 p.m.
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