Badger Sports Roundup, Jan. 29

MacLeod training for Canadian National Team; men's tennis wins

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Badgers exorcise Blue Demons

The men's tennis team defeated DePaul 4-3 at home Wednesday for its second win of the season.

UW earned the doubles point after junior Alex Kasarov and senior David Hippee, ranked No. 8 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, defeated DePaul junior Mark Henderson and junior Sam Davidson 8-6. Senior Scott Green and sophomore Alex Conti picked up a 9-7 win over sophomore Eric Huffman and sophomore Radek Guzik. Sophomore Ward Bortz and freshman Lachezar Kasarov lost in a tiebreaker to junior Robert Kotroczo and freshman George Wang 9-8.

In singles action, Alex Kasarov defeated Henderson 6-3 and 7-5, Hippee took down Kotroczo 6-4, 4-6 and 1-0 (6) in a tiebreaker, and Green easily knocked off Guzik 6-1 and 6-2. Lachezar Kasarov also picked up a win, defeating Huffman 6-4 and 6-4. Bortz dropped his match to Davidson, losing 5-7, 6-3 and 6-4 while Conti lost to Wang 6-3 and 6-3.

MacLeod to attend selection camp

Junior defender Carla MacLeod is attending the 2004 Canada National Women's Program Selection Camp, which is in progress in Calgary, Alberta. The camp serves as final precursor for the 20-player 2004 Canada National Women's Team, which will participate in the International Ice Hockey Federation World Women's Hockey Championship in Nova Scotia March 30-April 6. MacLeod has two goals and 10 assists with the Badgers this season.

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