February 22, 1999
MIAMI – After winning their first four matches at home the Seminoles
have dropped two of three on the road. On Sunday, the men lost to the
University of Miami in a hard-fought match 4-3.
After taking the doubles point with impressive wins, the Seminoles lost
four of six singles matches. Yvo Niks, 6-1, won at No.1 and Ty Braswell,
4-3, won at No.2. The match was all even at three points a piece, as FSU’s
Mike Ingham and UM’s Arpad Odry entered the third set of their match.
Ingham dropped the heartbreaking third set 5-7. The Seminoles record falls
to 5-2 this season with upcoming matches against Southern Mississippi and
Furman this weekend.
FSU plays Southern Mississippi on Friday at 3:30pm and Furman at 2:00pm
No.1 Yvo Niks (FSU) d. Jamin Thompson (UM) 4-6, 6-4, ret. No.2 Ty Braswell (FSU) d. Mark Arrowsmith (UM) 6-2, 6-4 No.3 Johan Lindqvist (UM) d. Davidson Kozolowski (FSU) 6-4, 6-2 No.4 Jose Lieberman (UM) d. Chad Mooney (FSU) 6-3, 6-2 No.5 Arpad Odry (UM) d. Mike Ingham (FSU) 4-6, 6-1, 7-5 No.6 Joel Berman (UM) d. Gerald Casas (FSU) 6-2, 6-0
No.1 Braswell/Kozlowski (FSU) d. Hilt/El Bassouni (UM) 8-6 No.2 Niks/Ingham (FSU) d. Arrowsmith/Lieberman (UM) 8-0 No.3 Lindqvist/Thompson (UM) d. Mooney/Casas (FSU) 8-2