Coming off of one last win before its first Big Ten match, the Ohio State’s men’s tennis team has its sights set on more familiar opponents, possibly in unfamiliar conditions.
Eleven of the No. 8 Buckeyes’ final 15 matches are part of Big Ten play, with the first conference match coming Friday against Penn State in State College, Pa.
“All the teams are really used to each other because they’ve played so many times,” redshirt-junior Chris Diaz said. “It’s definitely a different atmosphere (than non-conference play).”
Winning the Big Ten Championship is a primary goal for OSU, and the Buckeyes are ready for the fight it will take, Diaz added.… Read more