Men fall to Middlebury

Even though the La Verne men’s tennis team lost the meet to Middlebury, 8-1, Alex Muresan still managed to make his opponents “honestly scared” of his serve. The team’s next match is at 1 p.m. Friday against Puget Sound at the Claremont Club. / photo by Rafael Anguiano
Even though the La Verne men’s tennis team lost the meet to Middlebury, 8-1, Alex Muresan still managed to make his opponents “honestly scared” of his serve. The team’s next match is at 1 p.m. Friday against Puget Sound at the Claremont Club. / photo by Rafael Anguiano

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