Oct. 12, 2003
FRESNO, Calif. - The freshman brother combination of Kyle and Casey McMakin captured all four doubles matches to take the Flight B Doubles title at the Fresno State Bulldog Classic, October 10-12 at the Wathen Tennis Center.
In the round-robin format, the McMakin's defeated four Division I opponents to take one of the two Flight B titles. The duo defeated teams from Nevada, Loyola Marymount, Saint Mary's and the University of the Pacific en route to the title.
In singles play, freshman Michael Chin went 2-2 on the weekend, winning his first-round match in the Flight B draw. Chin defeated UCLA's Chris Surpaol before falling to USC's Kevin McQuaid in the second round. In the consolation draw, Chin defeated San Francisco's William O'Shea before falling to Santa Clara's Benito Hidalgo.
In Flight C singles action, Aggie freshman Bastian Bartels defeated Oregon's Eric Pickard in the opening round. Bartels then dropped a straight-set decision to Matt Phillips of Loyola Marymount.
The Bulldog Classic completed play for UC Davis during the fall season. the Aggies will open the 2004 portion of their schedule on January 17 when they hit the road to face Santa Clara University.
Fresno State Bulldog Classic
October 10-12, 2003
Fresno State University
UC Davis Results
FLIGHT B SINGLES
Michael Chin (UCD) def. Chris Surpaol (UCLA) 6-2, 6-1
Kevin McQuaid (USC) def. Michael Chin (UCD) 6-0, 6-0
Michael Chin (UCD) def. William O'Shea (USF) 8-5
Benito Hidalgo (SCU) def. Michael Chin (UCD) 8-4
FLIGHT C SINGLES
Bastian Bartels (UCD) def. Eric Pickard (Oregon) 6-4, 6-4
Matt Phillips (LMU) def. Bastian Bartels (UCD) 6-1, 6-1
FLIGHT B DOUBLES
(Round Robin Format)
Kyle McMakin / Casey McMakin (UCD) def. Conching/Hall (UOP) 8-3
Kyle McMakin / Casey McMakin (UCD) def. Malet/Cicenas (LMU) 8-5
Kyle McMakin / Casey McMakin (UCD) def. Ferrari/Welty (SMC) 8-5
Kyle McMakin / Casey McMakin (UCD) def. Popovich/Volger (Nev.) 8-3
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