Men's Tennis

[4] Aztecs Open MW Championships Against [5] Nevada

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SAN DIEGO – The San Diego State men's tennis team is in Las Vegas this week for the Mountain West Championships. The fourth-seeded Aztecs will open the tournament with a Quarterfinals matchup against five seed Nevada at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, at Darling Tennis Center.
San Diego State (14-6, 3-3 Mountain West) began last week with a 5-2 win at UNLV but could not get on the scoreboard in a 4-0 loss to Utah State to close out the regular season.
Robin Parts has led the team this spring. Parts usually plays on court No. 5 and holds a 14-0 record in dual matches including a 5-0 record in conference play. In doubles, Eugenio Gonzalez Fitzmaurice and Johannes Seeman are 7-2 this season including a 4-2 record in Mountain West play.
Throughout their history, the Aztecs have had tremendous success early in the Mountain West Championships. The team's Quarterfinals loss last season was the first time since joining the conference that SDSU failed to make the Semifinals with a 12-1 record in the Quarterfinals.
San Diego State has earned the fourth seed in the tournament on two previous occasions. In 2022, the Aztecs beat Air Force in the Quarterfinals before falling to top seeded Nevada in the Semifinals. In 2019, SDSU defeated UNLV in the Quarterfinals and knocked off top seeded New Mexico in the Semifinals before falling to Fresno State in the Championship.
Nevada (6-13, 2-4) closed out the season by losing 4-0 at No. 57 Boise State and winning 4-3 over UNLV. The Aztecs fell 4-2 in Reno when the teams met on March 31 in a match that concluded on April 1. The Wolf Pack has won both of the teams' previous meetings in the Mountain West Championships.
All Mountain West Championships matches will be streamed on Playsight ( with live stats available on iOnCourt.
If it beats Nevada, San Diego State will advance to the Semifinals against top seeded Utah State, ranked No. 63 in the nation. The Aggies (18-4, 5-1) have won five consecutive matches, including three straight shutouts. Utah State spoiled the Aztecs' Senior Day last Sunday with a 4-0 result. SDSU is just 8-13 in the Semifinals and lost its only tournament matchup with Utah State.