SEATTLE - (April 9) Sunday's home match vs. Grand Canyon ended in disappointment as the Redhawks fell 7-0 to the Lopes.

Michael Schoettler and John Stormans came close to securing a win in doubles no. 2 but could not get over the hump as they fell 6-4. 

Grand Canyon controlled singles play from start to finish as they took all six games from Seattle U.

Head coach Adam Reeb acknowledged the disappointing results in conference play, but feels it's not too late for his team to close the season out with some positive momentum.

"Tough match today, Grand Canyon is a well coached team and plays with a lot of energy," said Reeb.

"I know our guys and the coaching staff were hoping for better results in conference play, but we have been close in many of the matches.

We've got to take this feeling and put it into working as hard as we possibly can the next few weeks.

We're still waiting to put it all together, and we're optimistic that will happen at the WAC Tournament. The guys will take a much needed day off tomorrow and then we're back at it on Tuesday.

We're looking forward to finishing out the regular season at home on Thursday with Senior Day."

SU closes out their regular season next Thursday, April 13, as they host Puget Sound at 5:00 p.m. The match is scheduled to take place outside at the Seattle U tennis courts.

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