Monday, March 9, 2015

UC Davis duo falls in semis of Pacific Coast Doubles

Brett Bacharach plays in the qualifying event of the
Sacramento Challenger last fall. Photo by Paul Bauman
   Brett Bacharach and Bryce McKelvie of UC Davis lost to Nicolai Ferrigno Olsen and Lucas Gerch of Oklahoma State 6-3, 6-1 on Sunday in the semifinals of the 126th Annual Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championship in the San Diego suburb of La Jolla.
   Both teams were unseeded.
   Ferrigno Olsen and Gerch then beat top-seeded Thibault Forget and Roberto Quiroz of USC 6-3, 6-4 for the title.
   Forget is the son of former French Davis Cup player and captain Guy Forget, and Quiroz is the nephew of 1990 French Open champion Andres Gomez.
   No. 70 UC Davis def. Villanova 7-0 in La Jolla. Records: UC Davis 11-3; Villanova 2-7.
   Sacramento State def. Southern Utah 7-0 in Sacramento. Records: Sac State 4-6, 2-0 Big Sky Conference; Southern Utah 0-1, 0-1.
   No. 51 Saint Mary's def. Penn 5-2 in Tempe, Ariz. Records: Saint Mary's 6-6; Penn 5-3.
   No. 62 Fresno State def. Sacramento State 4-3 in Fresno. Records: Fresno State 10-3; Sac State 6-7.
   No. 73 UC Santa Barbara def. UC Davis 4-3 in Davis. Records: UCSB 6-6, 1-0 Big West Conference; UC Davis 5-9, 3-4.
   Pacific def. Cal Poly 4-0 in Stockton. Records: Pacific 7-3; Cal Poly 1-8.
   San Francisco def. Santa Clara 5-2 in San Francisco. Records: USF 6-4, 1-0 West Coast Conference; Santa Clara 2-6, 0-1.

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