Michigan's Evan King wins tennis titles at Harvard and more Sunday results
Michigan tennis player Evan King won the singles title and was part of the winning doubles team at the Harvard Fall Chowder Invitational that concluded Sunday.
King, a senior ranked the No. 8 player in the ITA preseason rankings, teamed with Shaun Bernstein to win the doubles competition.
In singles play, King had straight-set victories over three ranked opponents at the three-day event.
"The nicest thing is (King) showed a lot of maturity; he is maturing slowly but surely,” Michigan coach Bruce Berque said. “The results were an indication of the work he's put in and the ability that he has. But I can't say it was a surprise. He has the chance to be one of the best players in college."
Michigan freshman Alex Petrone went 2-1 in his first collegiate tournament.
There was no team scoring at the event. (Complete results)
Ohio State 3, Michigan 2 (OT): A Chris Hegngi goal just 34 seconds into overtime gave the Buckeyes a Big Ten-opening win at their Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. It’s the third straight overtime loss for the Wolverines (2-7-1). Michigan scored twice late - Fabio Pereira in the 80th minute and Ezekiel Harris in the 84th minute -- to take a 2-1 lead, but an own goal in the 86th minute sent the game to overtime. (Details)
Michigan 0, Wisconsin 0: The Badgers outshot Michigan 23-11, including a 7-3 shots-on-goal advantage at the U-M Soccer Stadium, but Wolverines (6-3-2, 1-1-1) goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer preserved the scoreless tie with her fifth shutout of the season. (Details)
Akron 3, Eastern Michigan 0: The host Zips scored three second-half goals to hand Eastern Michigan (0-8-1, 0-2-0 MAC) its fifth straight shutout loss. (Details)
Spartan Invitational: Michigan freshman Kristen Dodge won the Draw B title in her first collegiate competition. (Details)