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Men's Tennis - Tue, May. 26, 2015

COSTA MESA, Calif. - The 2015 Men's Tennis season has come to an end, but the award keep trickling in. Vanguard University has three Lions represented on the NAIA All America Teams. Stefan Kilchhofer (JR/Basel, Switzerland), Roger Muri (SR/Zurich, Switzerland), and Fabio Silva (JR/Dracena, Brazil) receive First Team recognition. 

 
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Men's Tennis - Fri, May. 15, 2015

MOBILE, Ala. - The 3rd ranked Lions were bested in the Semifinal round 5-0 by the second seeded Embry-Riddle (Fla.) This loss marks the final competition for the Pride in tennis. Vanguard set a school record with 27 wins and only two losses this season.

 
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Men's Tennis - Thu, May. 14, 2015

MOBILE, Ala. - The third ranked Lions (27-1) battled in the high and were pushed to the limit, but beat #6 Xavier (13-7) to head to the Semifinal Round tomorrow. Vanguard won 5-4 including the final decisive set by Daymon Johnson (JR/Bakersfield, CA).

 
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Men's Tennis - Wed, May. 13, 2015

MOBILE, Ala. - The 3rd seeded Vanguard Lions march into the quarterfinals for the seventh consecutive year. The 5-0 win over Bethany (Kan.) improves the Prides record to 26-1 on the season. 

 
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Tennis - Wed, Apr. 22, 2015

COSTA MESA, Calif. - The 2015 All Golden State Athletic Conference Tennis Teams presented by Under Armour were annouced with nine Lions being represented. Additionally, Stefan Kilchhofer (JR/Basel, Switzerland) takes home his third straight GSAC Player of the Year award and Mattias Johansson wins his eight Coach of the Year.

 
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Men's Tennis - Wed, Apr. 22, 2015

CLAREMONT, Calif. - Riding high on a 25 game win streak, the Lions played on extra match in between the GSAC Tournament and NAIA Nationals. Claremont-Mudd is a top ranked NCAA Division III team, who downed the Lions (25-1) by a score of 7-2.